TV News: 24: Legacy May Not Live To See Another Day

24 has run the gamut from being the best thing on tv during its initial run to being rebooted and raked over the coals with televised movies, shortened return seasons, and a new show, 24: Legacy, that lacks the presence of Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer altogether. With a brand new cast and a piss poor effort on the part of the writing staff of this soft reboot, ratings are not what was expected from the show. Kicking off after the Superbowl, 24: Legacy failed to capture its old audience and ratings have been dwindling since. 

According to Deadline, the head of FOX is a 'little sad' over what's happening to their reborn 24. With only 7-8 million viewers watching the show over a week long period, the numbers are not standing up to what's needed to make this show a success. They're currently holding out on the show's fate until May when they will make an official announcement about the show's status. 

At this point, I don't even think the return of Jack could save this sinking ship. 

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