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‘24: Live Another Day’ has started filming in London; Pics of Kiefer Sutherland

Filming has finally started on Fox’s ‘24: Live Another Day.’ Yes, friends, Jack is back! According to E! Online on Jan. 22, the 12-episode miniseries started production in London and we have the photos to prove it. There are spoilers ahead so read on at your own risk!

Crash scene on set
Crash scene on set
Photos by Fox Promotional
‘24: Live Another Day’ has started filming in London; Pics of Kiefer Sutherland
Photos by Fox Promotional

Kiefer Sutherland is back as Jack Bauer and from the looks of the photos things will be as intense as they ever were. He can be seen in the pictures covered in dirt. Nearby there are flipped over cars ablaze. Standing near a red telephone box, Bauer is talking to a woman.

The series will pick up four years after the end of the 2010 series. Jack is still a fugitive on the run. According to executive producer Manny Coto, "He is hunted and he is still hunted when the show begins." What brings Jack out of hiding? Sutherland discussed that a bit. The president on the show will be travelling to London for a summit. Jack will come into some information that "that lets him know something very bad is going to happen there that I can't tell you about," Kiefer said.

Other cast members include Mary Lynn Rajskub reprising her role of Chloe and Chuck vet Yvonne Strahovski as a CIA agent on Jack’s trail. Tate Donovan will portray White House Chief of Staff Mark Boudreau. William Devane, Giles Matthey, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Michael Wincott and Judy Davis are also set to appear.

“24: Live Another Day” premieres Monday, May 4 at 8:00 p.m. on Fox.

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