Kiefer Sutherland to make more 24
Kiefer Sutherland has confessed he'd be more than happy to make another series of '24' following the success of '24: Live Another Day' but admitted he'd not been approached about it yet.
Kiefer Sutherland would consider making another series of '24'.
The 47-year-old star reprised his role as Counter Terrorist Unit agent Jack Bauer in TV mini-series '24: Live Another Day' earlier this year after the original series came to an end in 2010 and he's now revealed he would be happy to return to the character again.
He confessed: "I'm missing Jack already, I love playing him. I can never say never, the role is in my blood.
"My biggest fear about brining Jack back was, can we produce the standard that the fans have been used to?
"I still feel there are more stories to tell and lots of directions we can take."
'The Lost Boys' actor - whose character is seen handing himself over to the enemy to save the life of his friend Chloe O'Brian (Mary Lynn Rajskub) in the final episode of 'Live Another Day' - admitted that although he'd like to make another series, nothing is in the works as of yet.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "Hand on my heart there are no discussions about a new season at the moment, but I'm sure there will be at some point."
Meanwhile, viewers have been left wondering what's happened to Jack Bauer - who was last seen getting into a helicopter with a group of Russian thugs.
A source revealed: "Fans are desperate to know what happened to Jack once they got him back to Russia.
"Does he escape? Do the Americans send someone in to save him or does Chloe go on a one-woman freedom mission.
"There are so many options for another series."