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Set in Washington, DC, for the first time, the season opens four years after Season Six with CTU dismantled and Jack on trial for all his "misconduct" at CTU. Jack's day takes an unexpected turn when someone threatens the government and his expertise are needed again.


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  • Actors: Kiefer Sutherland
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby TrueHD)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: May 19, 2009
  • Run Time: 1050 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,415 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0015QWZ8S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,106 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "24: Season 7 [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

24 is one of the best TV shows ever made.
It is great to watch all these 24 seasons, one after another without any commercials and without waiting a week for the next episode.
If you like action and suspense with constant twists and turns, this series is for you.
Brenda Crook

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73 of 82 people found the following review helpful By H. M Pyles on June 8, 2009
Format: DVD
I have watched every season of 24 the same way: wait for it to come out on DVD, start it on Friday night, and finish all 24 episodes by Sunday night. I end up exhausted, sore, and somewhat addled, having missed -- like Jack -- a few critical phone calls, several meals, and almost all emotional connection with my fellow human beings . . . but with at least some sense of how poor Jack must feel when he punches out at the end of a workday only a superhero can handle. It's really the only way to do it.

Season 7 was a rollicking good time, restarting the adrenaline drip that ran somewhat dry last season. I'm a big fan of Cherry Jones and am still grousing about how she lost the movie role in "Doubt" that she so sublimely played on stage. With the shadow of Mother Aloysius hanging over things, I spent the first few hours wondering whether Ms. Jones was miscast as Madame President. Where was the edge, the certainty, the petulance? But after a couple of terrorist attacks the cussing started, she was in her groove, and we were finally treated to a President whose grim grit even a testy nun could respect.

It's hard actually to discuss the story arc of a season of 24 without running into the spoiler alert problem. Suffice it to say that season 7 is in a new town with some new characters and some returning friends and foes. But the grander messages carry on from earlier seasons. Terrorists never sleep, so neither may heroes. There are many good people in government, but they just can't seem to keep the hatches battened down on their security systems, their classified information, and the whereabouts or plottings of their families and friends.
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60 of 71 people found the following review helpful By C. Higginbotham on May 18, 2009
Format: DVD
Just got finished watching this on TV and yes I am one of those "stupid people" who will go out and buy this tomorrow. And I will watch it again as soon as I do because that's just how great this show really is. I cant understand why people who are supposed to be such big fans of the show are actually angry they are releasing the dvd early. Wouldn't that be what you want?

But anyway...on to the show....

24 Season 7 will go down as one of the premiere seasons in the shows history. Maybe, from start to finish, the best since Season 1. After a lackluster Season 6, I think it was safe to say that the writers and producers of the show had a clear opportunity to start over and start fresh. And they did. What we got was a smart, tight, and extraordinarily acted season with the same raging action and plot twists but still with a different feel to it. By relocating out of L.A and into D.C. we got the chance to see Jack Bauer out of his element for the first time. At first I was skeptical of this, as many were. But after the first episode of the season I realized that my skepticism was for nothing. The move to D.C. was perfect and it brought so much to this season. And as we progressed from twist to twist, from villain to villain, the one thing that stayed apparent was that this season was absolutely brilliant. Nothing will ever compare to the originality of Season 1. And the show's creators know that. But they weren't trying to replicate that. Instead they were trying to bring us a season that we will remember, instead of tossing away like we did with season 6. Season 7 was a triumph and it's just another example of why we keep watching.
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64 of 79 people found the following review helpful By kem on May 22, 2009
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I've noticed all of the reviews mainly focus on the season itself and not the essentials of the whether the blu-ray transfer of this season was good or not. So I've decided to add my two cents in. And remember everyone we are all entitled to our opinions so feel free to disagree. O.K. First of all I think season 7 was pretty good. I would give it 4 stars overall. It was better than the mess of season 6 and came close to the greatness of season 5. Of course nothing has come close yet to season 2 in my opinion. That was the standard that will be used to measure all action series for years to come. Anyway, yes there were some uneven moments and plot holes this season at times but when you look at the big picture after watching the entire show the writers explained it well enough to satisfy my curiosity. The acting was great as usual with plenty of new characters getting a chance to flex their muscles and of course Jack barking his way through the day as usual. I liked the dialogue between him and agent Renee Walker and how Jack finds some of his humanity in the process by the time the show draws to an end but Renee ends up somewhat losing her's. Those who have seen the finale know what I mean. And I can't say enough about Jon Voight. His acting was superb. I felt the show really hit a new gear when he took center stage as the main enemy. And yes there are a few moments where the story will make you scratch your head but in the end the writers do a good job of tying everything up and entertaining you in the process. For example, who cares why Jack is fighting someone when you get to see him kill a guy with a screwdriver through the chest and then use that same screwdriver to start-up a truck. A true classic Jack Bauer moment :) You'll even get to see Kim become a mini jack near the end.Read more ›
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Blu Ray worth it?
Depends on your TV.
My experience - it's not worth it, if you're paying extra $10 or more for the bluray, otherwise, stick to bluray.
I can't tell for sound - my speakers are not adequate to be the judge, but the picture is not what bluray is capable of - by far. It is not consistent, some scenes... Read More
Aug 12, 2009 by Alexander |  See all 2 posts
Any shows similar to 24???
For me, the next best series on TV is The Shield, agreed with Sleeper Cell...good, and MI 5...not so much, apart from that no series comes to mind of an espionage type hero, if you´re into reading, check out Mitch Rapp series by Vince Flynn, Mitch is Bauer but more hardcore as he´s not restricted... Read More
Aug 26, 2010 by Hang Ten |  See all 7 posts
Why do people crave depictions of Torture/Murder?
Are you referring to the depiction of "24" in Alex Gibney's award-winning "Taxi to the Dark Side", an expose of the torture that went on for years at Guantanamo Bay. I would say that it would be more socially irresponsible to make torture a taboo subject at a time when our... Read More
May 20, 2009 by Neil Kambeaze |  See all 12 posts
The official Fox press release says :

Audio : English, French and Spanish in Dolby Surround

Subtitles : English, French and Spanish

This applies for the DVD and Blue Ray formats.

I don't know if the 12 commentaries, and the extras on disc 6, are subtitled.
May 18, 2009 by PAUL |  See all 8 posts
release date?
You can per-order it now, but there is no release date.
Feb 9, 2009 by Kathy L.Hall |  See all 3 posts
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