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  • 1966


  • 1996

    • 1996: He had recurring roles in five episodes of Star Trek: Voyager in 1996, and in the first four episodes of the sixth season of 24. - Raphael Sbarge, Wikipedia.

  • 1997


  • 2000


  • 2001

    • 2001: 2001 Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2001: Kirshner also appeared in the first three episodes of 24 as the bisexual assassin Mandy in 2001. - Mia Kirshner, Wikipedia.
    • 2001: It was the highest number of viewers Fox has received for a primetime Thursday-night drama series premiere since 24 premiered in 2001. - Bones (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2001: 2001 Award for Best Drama Series - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2001: Since 2001, Sutherland is most widely associated with the role of Jack Bauer, on the critically acclaimed television series 24. - Kiefer Sutherland, Wikipedia.
    • November 6, 2001: Season One of the television series 24 was first broadcast from November 6, 2001 to May 21, 2002. - 24 (season 1), Wikipedia.
    • November 6, 2001: The series debuted November 6, 2001. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.

  • 2002

    • 2002: 2002 Award for Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series – Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2002: 2002 Nomination for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series – Stephen Hopkins - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2002: 2002 Nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2002: 2002 Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series – Sarah Clarke - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2002: 2002 Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2002: 2002 Nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series – Dennis Haysbert - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2002: 2002 Nomination for Best Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2002: 2002 Nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie – Dennis Haysbert - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2002: She began working in television in 2002 as an assistant to the producers on 24. - Anne Cofell Saunders, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: He began working in television as a writer for 24 and wrote a single episode of the first season in 2002. - Virgil Williams, Wikipedia.
    • 2002: In an interview with IGN in 2002, Sutherland revealed, "[24's] success in England was phenomenal. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • October 28, 2002: Season Two of 24 (aka Day 2) was first broadcast from October 28, 2002 to May 20, 2003. - 24 (season 2), Wikipedia.

  • 2003

    • February, 2003: Viewership increased midway through its second season when the mega-hit American Idol became the lead-in to 24 starting in February 2003. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2003: 2003 Nomination for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series – Ian Toynton - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2003: 2003 Nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2003: 2003 Nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2003: 2003 Nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2003: 2003 Nomination for Best Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2003: 2003 Award for Best Drama Series - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.

  • 2004

    • 2004: 2004 Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2004: 2004 Nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2004: Also in 2004, van Buuren remixed the 24 theme song into a trance hit. - Armin van Buuren, Wikipedia.

  • 2005

    • January, 2005: To ensure a nonstop season, a trademark of the show since the start of its fourth season in January 2005, the season was postponed a full year until January 2009. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • January 9, 2005: Season Four, also known as Day 4 of the television series 24 premiered on January 9, 2005 and aired its season finale on May 23, 2005. - 24 (season 4), Wikipedia.
    • 2005: 2005 Nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2005: 2005 Nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2005: Central) while it aired the show in consecutive weeks, beginning in mid-January of 2005. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2005: 2005 Nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2005: 2005 Nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie – Shohreh Aghdashloo - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2005: 2005 Nomination for Best Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2005: In comparison to its 2005 season, 24 in 2006 was up 16% in overall viewers and 14% in viewers of the advertiser-friendly 18 –49 age demographic. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.

  • 2006


  • 2007

    • January, 2007: Modi appeared in the first four episodes of the sixth season of 24 as Ahmed Amar, a teenage terrorist. - Kalpen Modi, Wikipedia.
    • February 7, 2007: Jeph Loeb, co-executive producer of Heroes and the other creators compared Heroes to 24, stating that, like 24, each season would conclude and the next season would introduce a new plotline. - Heroes (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2007: 2007 Nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2007: 2007 Nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series – Kiefer Sutherland - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2007: 2007 Nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series – Jean Smart - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2007: 2007 Nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2007: Dylan West on Strong Medicine and Mike Doyle on the 2007 season of 24 worked to cement that perception with the viewing audience. - Rick Schroder, Wikipedia.
    • 2007: At CES 2007, Fox Home Entertainment announced the complete first season of 24 would be released on the Blu-ray disc format in early 2007[46] although this never came to fruition. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2007: He was also nominated for Best actor in a Drama Television Series in the 2007 Golden Globe Awards for 24. - Kiefer Sutherland, Wikipedia.
    • 2007: Ellingson had a recurring role on the sixth season of TV series 24. - Evan Ellingson, Wikipedia.
    • September 19, 2007: The same set was released on August 20, 2007 in Region 2, two weeks before the Region 1 release, and on September 19, 2007 in Region 4, which also contained the season premiere of 24's sixth season. - Prison Break (season 2), Wikipedia.
    • October, 2007: The television series 24 was scheduled to film at El Toro but it was cancelled due to the October 2007 California Wild Fires. - Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, Wikipedia.

  • 2008

    • January 13, 2008: The seventh season, originally scheduled to premiere on January 13, 2008, was postponed in the wake of the 2007-08 Writers Guild of America strike. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • February 12, 2008: Surnow quit his role in production of 24 February 12, 2008. - Joel Surnow, Wikipedia.
    • May 20, 2008: A special edition of the first season was released on May 20, 2008. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2008: 2008 Award for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a TV Series - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2008: Empire magazine ranked 24 as the sixth greatest television show of all-time. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2008: The television movie 24: Redemption was released on DVD in Region 1 on November 25, 2008 and in Region 2 on December 1, 2008. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • November 23, 2008: Redemption is a television movie which aired on November 23, 2008, bridging the gap between the sixth and seventh seasons of 24. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • November 23, 2008: To help offset the strike-induced delay, the show returned on November 23, 2008 with a feature-length TV movie, 24: Redemption, that takes place nearly four years after season six and sets up the story that launched season seven. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • November 24, 2008: The movie aired on November 24, 2008 on Sky1 in the UK and on December 5, 2008 on the Seven Network in Australia. - Portal:24/Article/3, Wikipedia.
    • November 24, 2008: The movie aired on November 24, 2008 on Sky1 in the UK and on December 5, 2008 on the Seven Network in Australia. - Portal:24/Article, Wikipedia.
    • November 24, 2008: In the United Kingdom, the film premiered on November 24 on Sky1, one day after first airing in America. - 24: Redemption, Wikipedia.
    • November 24, 2008: In Australia, Redemption aired on November 24, 2008 on the Seven Network. - 24: Redemption, Wikipedia.

  • 2009


  • 2010

    • February 9, 2010: Fox announced plans to produce a feature length film set in Europe. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • February, 2010: He will appear as Russian mobster Vladimir Laitanan in three episodes of the eighth season of 24. - Callum Keith Rennie, Wikipedia.
    • 2010: As of 2010, it is unknown whether or not the film will be released after the eighth season as Kiefer Sutherland had stated that he and Fox are open to make a ninth season of the series. - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.
    • 2010: 2010 Award for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a TV Series - 24 (TV series), Wikipedia.






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