StlSluggers wrote: CNN.com wrote:
Aside from Sutherland, "24" will return with a new cast (some old favorites might return in different roles) and a new, non-Los Angeles location, with the producers even contemplating telling the story from two locations.
Sweet. They seemed to run low on ideas this year.
Hopefully, some new settings will help them stir the creative waters.
Yeah, this season felt rather drab, but then again, I haven't been paying full attention to the show this season for some reason. I suppose the writers had their work cut out for them to top Season 5, which was arguably the best season of 24.
Besides, what's with all the terrorists always ganging up on L.A. in the first place?
On a side note, I'm still trying to figure out how to get from anywhere in Los Angeles to Santa Clarita in 10 minutes. If 24 thinks it's possible, well then it must be bloody true.
Also, this caught my eye as shows they've signed on for next season:
...the "Terminator"-themed sci-fi drama "The Sarah Connor Chronicles."
Hardly catches my imagination. All you have to know is that John Connor's compatriot in the future traveled back to 1984 to knock up Sarah Connor and alas, John Connor is given to the world.