Fox announces 24: S6 DVD release

Credit: Fox Home Entertainment



Seven-Disc DVD Clocks In December 4th From Fox Home Entertainment With Hours of Bonus Features Including Exclusive Season 7 Preview, Over 25 Minutes of Deleted Scenes, Alternate Season Finale, Webcast Diaries, Mobisodes, Cast/Crew Commentaries,
On-The-Set Featurettes & More!

CENTURY CITY, Calif. Battered. Bloodied. Barely alive…After twenty months in a Chinese prison, Jack Bauer returns home to be thrown back into the fire to experience one more nail-biting, adrenaline-fueled day, racing against the clock and countless intense situations to save the country from a series of nuclear bombs slated to detonate. Continuing to deliver stellar network ratings each week and nominated for two Emmy Awards this year, “24” Season Six explodes onto DVD December 4th from Fox Home Entertainment, just in time for the new season premiere in January.

Always innovative and utterly addictive, the thrilling sixth season of “24” picks up twenty months after last season’s shocking season finale and features even more unthinkable and shocking plotlines that take place in another heart-stopping 24 hour period. Nominated for his sixth consecutive Best ActorDrama Series Emmy Award, Kiefer Sutherland continues to ignite the screen as the rugged hero Jack Bauer, along with gripping performances from the series returning ensemble cast, including Mary Lynn Rajskub (“Chloe O’Brian”), James Morrison (“Bill Buchanan”), Jayne Atkinson (“Karen Hayes”), Roger Cross (“Curtis Manning”), Eric Balfour (“Milo Pressman”), Carlo Rota (“Morris O’Brian) and DB Woodside (“Wayne Palmer”) taking over the reigns as the new President. Season Six also welcomed several new actors to the series, including Rick Schroder (“NYPD Blue”), Peter MacNicol (“Ally McBeal”), Powers Boothe (“Deadwood”), Marisol Nichols (“Blind Justice”), Kari Matchett (“Invasion”), Regina King (Miss Congeniality 2), Harry Lennix (“Commander in Chief”), Rena Sofer (“Heroes”) and Emmy Award-nominee James Cromwell (“Six Feet Under”) as the introduction of Jack’s father.

The seven-disc “24” Season Six DVD set includes all 24 one-hour episodes plus is packed with hours of special features including an exclusive Season Seven preview, over 25 minutes of deleted scenes, numerous cast/crew episode commentaries, more than 20 behind-the-scenes webcast diaries, “Day Six Debrief” mobisodes, several on-the-set featurettes and more. The “24” Season Six DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $59.98 U.S. / $89.98 Canada.


After twenty months in a Chinese prison, Jack Bauer is suddenly returned to the United States. But instead of being free, Jack’s release is part of a secret deal: his life in return for the location of Hamri Al-Assad, the leader of a terrorist organization that has unleashed a wave of terror across the country. A broken man, physically and mentally, Jack agrees to the exchange. But when he learns that his new captor, Abu Fayed, is actually the man behind the attacks and that his own sacrifice is meaningless, Jack lashes out and escapes. Now he must convince the President and CTU that the man they are trying to kill may be the only man who can end the rapidly escalating violence.

DVD Special Features:

The “24” Season Six DVD is presented in widescreen format with English Dolby Digital 5.1 and Spanish Dolby Surround audio with English, French and Spanish subtitles. Individual disc content as follows:

Disc One

· 6:00AM 7:00AM including 3 branched deleted scenes
· 7:00AM 8:00AM including 2 branched deleted scenes
· 8:00AM 9:00AM
· 9:00AM 10:00AM including 2 branched deleted scenes

Special Features:

· Commentary by Executive Producers Kiefer Sutherland and Howard Gordon on 6:00AM 7:00AM

· Commentary by Co-Executive Producer Manny Coto and actor Adoni Maropis on 7:00AM 8:00AM

Disc Two

· 10:00AM 11:00AM including 2 branched deleted scenes

· 11:00AM 12:00PM

· 12:00PM 1:00PM

· 1:00PM 2:00PM

Special Features:

· Commentary by Executive Producer/Director Jon Cassar and Production Designer Joseph Hodges on 12:00PM 1:00PM

· Commentary by Executive Producer Evan Katz and actor Carlo Rota on 1:00PM 2:00PM

Disc Three

· 2:00PM 3:00PM including 1 branched deleted scene
· 3:00PM 4:00PM including 1 branched deleted scene
· 4:00PM 5:00PM including 1 branched deleted scene
· 5:00PM 6:00PM including 3 branched deleted scenes

Special Features:

· Commentary by Editor Scott Powell and actor Eric Balfour on 2:00PM 3:00PM

· Commentary by actors Jayne Atkinson and Powers Boothe on 5:00PM 6:00PM

Disc Four

· 6:00PM 7:00PM

· 7:00PM 8:00PM

· 8:00PM 9:00PM

· 9:00PM 10:00PM including 2 branched deleted scenes

Special Features:

· Commentary by actors Gregory Itzin and Jean Smart on 6:00PM 7:00PM

· Commentary by actors James Morrison and Marisol Nichols on 7:00PM 8:00PM

Disc Five


· 10:00PM 11:00PM

· 11:00PM 12:00AM including 1 branched deleted scene

· 12:00AM 1:00AM including 2 branched deleted scenes

· 1:00AM 2:00AM including 1 branched deleted scene

Special Features:

· Commentary by Co-Executive Producer David Fury and Director Bryan Spicer on 10:00PM 11:00PM

· Commentary by Composer Sean Callery and actor Adoni Maropis on 10:00PM 11:00PM

· Commentary by Story Editor Matt Michnovetz and Staff Writer Nicole Ranadive on 11:00PM 12:00AM

· Commentary by actor Mary Lynn Rajskub and Co-Creator/Executive Producer Joel Surnow on 12:00AM 1:00AM

Disc Six


· 2:00AM 3:00AM

· 3:00PM 4:00AM

· 4:00AM 5:00AM

· 5:00AM 6:00AM including 1 branched deleted scene

Special Features:

· Alternate Ending

Disc Seven Special Features

· “24” Season 7 Preview

· Extended / Deleted Scenes (with optional commentary by Co-Executive Producer Stephen Kronish, Co-Producer Paul Gadd and Editor Scott Powell)

· Master Illusionist: 24’s Special Effects Make-up featurette

· “24” Season 6: Inside the Writer’s Room featurette

· “24” Season 6: Opening with a Bang featurette

· Deleted cameo scene with Ricky Gervais

· Webcast Diaries

· Inside CTU

· Stunts / Special Effects

· The Mix

· The Sets

· Helicopter Explosion

· Poor Man’s Process

· Storming Fayed’s Apt.

· Background Talent

· The 1st AD’s

· Prop Department: Weapons

· Prop Department: Shoot Outs

· Watching Paint Dry

· The Editor’s Cut

· Location Lighting

· Editing Episode 617

· Wardrobe Part 1

· Wardrobe Part 2

· Casting Part 1

· Casting Part 2

· Filming Scene 2209

· Set Decoration

· “Day Six Debrief” Mobisodes

· Public Service Announcement from Kiefer Sutherland

· DVD-ROM Exclusive: The Technology of “24” featurette

· Easter Egg: 24 Minutes: Jack Bauer on The Simpsons

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Street Date: December 4, 2007

Pricing: $59.98 U.S. / $89.98 Canada

Total Running Time: 1012 minutes

U.S. Rating: NR

Closed Captioned: Yes

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