If the Oscars won't appreciate his work, maybe the Emmys will!
We're currently living in a world where every show that has ever aired is now guaranteed a reboot at some point in time, as is the case for FOX's hit 24.
The real-time crime drama originally aired for eight seasons from 2001 to 2010 before coming back as the mini-series Live Another Day in 2014, and the show was actually just granted yet another revival in the form of the pilot 24: Legacy.
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The only difference, however, is that Kiefer Sutherland won't be part of the new season at all!
Taking over the leading role will be Straight Outta Compton's Dr. Dre, AKA Corey Hawkins, with a soon-to-be-determined female lead alongside him.
We're just happy to see some diverse casting news, even if it is from the world of TV and not film.
Are U at all interested in another 24 revamp??
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