Fox announces limited return of '24'

Fox announces limited return of '24'

LOS ANGELES, May 13 (UPI) -- Kiefer Sutherland is to star in a 12-episode limited run of his canceled U.S. political thriller series "24," starting in May 2014, Fox announced Monday.
Former 'Game of Thrones' star Sean Bean gets new TNT series

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Oscar winner Ang Lee to direct FX drama pilot, 'Tyrant'

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'24' movie in the works

'24' movie in the works

LOS ANGELES, March 29 (UPI) -- Howard Gordon, a producer of the U.S. television series "24," said a big-screen version of the show is in the works.
Fox cancels '24' after eight seasons

Fox cancels '24' after eight seasons

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'24' producer hints at end of series

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Script work to delay '24' filming

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Sutherland signs big deal with Fox

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Howard Gordon
Executive producer Howard Gordon arrives at the television show 24's DVD season five launch party in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on December 4, 2006. (UPI Photo/Gus Ruelas).

Howard Gordon (born 31 March 1961) is an American screenwriter and producer.

Gordon was born in Queens, New York, New York. After graduating from Princeton in 1984, Gordon came to Los Angeles with fellow filmmaker Alex Gansa to pursue a career in writing for television. Both broke into the industry with single episodes of ABC's Spenser: For Hire. Their Spenser work turned industry heads, and the pair joined the Emmy-nominated series Beauty and the Beast as staff writers, and were later named producers.

In 1990, the Gansa-Gordon team was signed to a two-year deal with Witt-Thomas Productions, during which they produced several pilots. One was an ABC project called Country Estates, which caught the attention of famed producer Chris Carter.

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