A military hero who returns to the U.S. with a whole lot of trouble following him back. With nowhere else to turn, the man asks CTU to help him save his life while also stopping one of the largest-scale terror attacks on American soil.
When an attempt on U.S. Army Sergeant Eric Carter's life is made after his return home from a mission to kill terrorist leader Bin Khalid, he discovers that he and his fellow Rangers' identities have...
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Brandon Jay McLaren
After leading a mission to eliminate terrorist leader Ibrahim Bin-Khalid, Eric Carter returns to the U.S. and finds out that he and his squad mates are targeted for assassination in retaliation for Bin-Khalid's death. With nowhere else to turn, Carter asks CTU to help him save his life while also stopping one of the largest-scale terror attacks on American soil.
I am from India and 24 was the first television series I started watching. It was a hell of a ride. But this one.....I couldn't stand the first 15 minutes! It was utterly ridiculous and exasperating. As pointed out by many, this is more of a left-liberalist diversity propaganda rather than an engrossing thriller series. I am not white and even I can make out that they are trying to unnecesarily portray white people in a negative light, especially males. They should understand that Keifer Stherland wasn't successful because he was white. It was because he looked the part of a CTU agent to the T. The temperament he displayed convinced viewers that this is a man who'll break the rules if it gets the job done. This legacy stuff is non-sense. I wasn't able to make out whether they rebooted 24 or parodied it. This is SAD! They absolutely ruined it!
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