New 24 is OK. The show is done with the same plot style and production quality of the old 24. The only thing I'm holding back on here with a minus star is Kiefer's political social meddling again, like Designated Survivor, and plot shenanigans. Kiefer Sutherland is again trying to get me to buy into premises that are a little stretchy, like the new main character. We have a black rogue military guy weaving his way in and out of main stream government policing and terror. He also has a brother that is a major criminal drug kingpin, and is being considered for employment at CTU. OK, I'll buy a dozen of that?! Why can't these producers just make great TV and bypass the social commentary with trying get me to believe what they hold dear?
The plots are all very similar to the old CTU's terror trackdowns. So if you remember any of the previous 8 season of 24, the plot twists are little more than rehashing old twists. Which, by season 8, they were already doing that in the old one. We know the same plots are coming and watch them all the same. The actors are giving it their all on screen, and as I said, the production values are top notch. I remember watching the old episodes more than once, but I'm not getting any jonesing to watch any of the 24 Legacy episodes again. Now that Kiefer is a big time producer, his political agenda is hitting me upside the head too often, instead of wowwing me with believable, logical, or ingenious plots.
Like Kiefer's Designated Survivor, his political/social viewpoints are getting a little much for me. Entertain me, not indoctrinate me.
All in all, there are worse shows to watch, and this one is still entertaining, but remember to keep suspending those disbeliefs.