2:00 pm EDT, July 14, 2014

’24’ season 9 finale airs tonight: End of days

The 24 season 9 finale airs tonight. Everybody has decisions to make as the clock ticks down for potentially the final time.

For only 11 hours, it’s felt like quite a long day. This season Jack has rescued Chloe, saved a President here or there and made his love Audrey’s husband look like such a little wimp. Now Jack has 13 hours to finish things off in “10:00 p.m. – 11:00 a.m.”, but sadly we as viewers only have one.

It seems impossible but the final episode of 24 season 9 will strive to cram 13 hours of Cheng-finding, country-saving action into one little hour (minus 16 minutes or so for commercials).

24: Live Another Day has been far more enjoyable that it had any expectation to be as a nine-year-old franchise, and there’s no indication that the final hour will be any different.

If this really the last hurrah for Jack Bauer and 24 (and that seems likely) then let’s enjoy every terrorist-finding, country-saving, logic-defying, flat out fun minute tonight.

Official synopsis for ’24: Live Another Day,’ season 9 finale, “10:00 p.m. – 11:00 a.m.”

In the highly anticipated season finale, the clock ticks toward the final seconds of Jack Bauer’s most heroic day. As the world teeters on a terror plot of mass proportions, Jack and the team reunite one last time to avert an imminent international crisis. With little time left and the fate of the free world on the line, Jack is faced with an unthinkable and grave decision. Lives will be lost and the American administration will grapple with the day’s most devastating news as the clock stops in the all-new “Day 9: 10:00 PM – 11:00 AM” Event Series Finale episode of 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY

Videos from ’24: Live Another Day’ season 9 finale show Jack in action one last time

How to watch ’24: Live Another Day’ online

Fox offers full episodes of 24 on its official website. However, they typically aren’t up for several days.

A quicker option is to set your DVR or watch the episode OnDemand through your cable provider. They’re usually OnDemand the following day of the premiere date.

iTunes also offers a season pass for $31.99 or individual episodes for $2.99.

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