24: Season 6

Day 6 2007
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  • 2007-01-15T02:00:00Z on FOX
  • 45m
  • 18h (24 episodes)
  • United States
  • English
  • Drama, Action, Adventure
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The sixth season is set 20 months after season five. Over the last 11 weeks before Day 6, the United States has been targeted coast-to-coast in a series of suicide bombings. A man named Abu Fayed agrees to give the U.S. the location of Hamri Al-Assad, the supposed terrorist mastermind of these attacks, in exchange for former CTU Agent Jack Bauer with whom he has a personal grudge.

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24 episodes

Season Premiere

2007-01-15T02:00:00Z

6x01 Day 6: 6:00 A.M.-7:00 A.M.

6x01 Day 6: 6:00 A.M.-7:00 A.M.

  • Season Premiere

    2007-01-15T02:00:00Z45m

A new U.S. President has negotiated Jack's release from a Chinese prison so Jack can stop a series of terror attacks... with his life.

Can Jack and an unlikely ally stop a suicide bomber and track the architect of these acts of terror?

Jack and former terrorist leader turned peacemaker, Hamri Al-Assad, track a suspicious man to a self-storage facility.

While Jack has problems with Curtis, CTU discovers a nuclear threat and raids a terrorist warehouse, and a shocking explosion shakes LA.

Four more "suitcase nukes" are out there, and Jack's only lead takes him to the home of his brother.

Jack finds himself confronting his father while the lead terrorist needs help if he's to explode the remaining bombs.

Family troubles: Jack with his brother and father while Morris worries about his own brother.

The President meets with a known terrorist, while Jack searches for Morris, Fayed seeks a trigger, and Tom Lennox makes a choice.

Jack looks for a Russian national as his father plots with shadowy patriots. Meanwhile, the President and the Constitution may be in danger.

While Jack looks for Gredenko and tries to save Josh, White House intrigue deepens.

Jack's search takes him to the home of an old enemy, while a bomber slips into the White House.

Jack's search takes him to the Russian Consulate, while the Vice President contemplates a sweeping executive order.

The search for Gredenko finds Jack hunted inside the Russian Consulate and a former President calling on his ex-wife.

CTU's satellite tracking system is compromised as a bomb-carrying drone heads toward an unknown city. Meanwhile, US forces prepare for a nuclear retaliation on the Middle East.

Jack enlists the help of an autistic man in the search for Gredenko, and Sandra Palmer makes a fateful decision.

Jack baits Fayed with Gredenko, while the President faces a challenge to his office.

To find the remaining suitcase bombs, both Jack and the President set up bluffs.

The Chinese want Jack to give them Russian nuclear technology, and the President wants the Vice President's resignation.

Jack goes rogue to save a woman, and the White House needs a fall guy for Fayed's success.

A missing computer circuit board: the Russians get wind of Chinese espionage, the White House must find a leak, and CTU interrogates an unlikely witness.

Russian ire worries the White House, while the Chinese take on CTU, and the damaged circuit board is in surprising hands.

Russia presses the White House, while Jack must try to thwart the Chinese and his oldest antagonist simultaneously.

In order to prevent a war with Russia, the White House orders a trade of Jack's nephew for the circuit board, and puts Jack in custody so he cannot stop the exchange.

Jack rushes toward his nephew and his oldest antagonist, as a Chinese sub and F-18s race for the same destination. Chloe faints. Can Jack find any peace?

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