Season Finale May 25
I'm starting this thread a whole week early because there is so much speculation to get through. Here are the previews so far. I will keep adding as I find more stuff.
Jack is faced with a horrible dilemma as he and Chase chase down the virus, and Tony could face the death penalty for failing to maintain national security. Source: FOX
he and Chase "chase" down the virus- who writes this stuff?
As Jack Bauer's third long day comes to an end, the question is how many more lives will also? Although the last courier of the virus is contained in Jack's ordered lock down of the subway station, the deadly messenger still has the vial in a crowd of hundreds. And he can be identified only by Saunders, who gives a prophetic warning should the man elude capture. After an understaffed CTU experiences a snafu, Tony gets a temporary reprieve to rejoin the case, and Chase and Jack come to a final excruciating and gruesome decision with, of course, the clock ticking down. Source: TV Guide Online
Things are going to get pretty rough for Chase, he'll survive, but won't be as "handy" anymore.
Here's the bad news- FOX is moving 24 to Monday nights and won't start the new season until January according to TV Guide Online:
A NEW HOUR: It looks like Jack Bauer is about to get a much-needed break. Fox, which announces its fall sked tomorrow, may follow ABC's lead with Alias and delay the launch of 24's fourth season until January, Variety reports. What's more, the network is toying with the idea of moving the real-time thriller from Tuesday to Monday to make room for the new medical drama House. Fox may also shift The O.C. to Thursdays at 8 pm opposite CBS's Survivor and NBC's Joey/Will & Grace combo. The network's logic here is pretty straightforward: Short of bringing Oliver back, this was simply the fastest way to kill the show.
I'll have more hidden text later