Nicole is in danger on 24 Legacy season 1 episode 7 6:00 PM-7:00 PM. However, Eric’s actions to ensure her safety could harm someone else.
Eric Carter (Corey Hawkins) enlists the help of Andy Shalowitz (Dan Bucatinsky). The computer expert is the only one who can recover data from a corrupted flash drive. Jadalla Bin-Khalid ( Raphael Acloque) demands the sleeper cell list in return for Nicole’s (Anna Diop) life.
The sneak peek at 24 Legacy season 1 episode 7 reveals Andy’s fear for their safety once they enter enemy territory. Alas, it appears Eric himself has his doubts about it as well.
24 Legacy Season 1 Episode 7 Synopsis
The synopsis for 24 Legacy season 1 episode 7 reveals Andy will help Carter retrieve crucial evidence. In addition, it reveals CTU needs help interrogating a suspect who is unwilling to talk, Spoiler TV posted.
“Carter turns to Andy for help, in order to get crucial evidence back in their possession. Meanwhile, Rebecca calls in someone from the outside when CTU’s regular interrogation techniques lead them to a dead end in the all-new “6:00 PM-7:00 PM” episode of 24: LEGACY airing Monday, March 13 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX.”
Carter’s dilemma puts Andy in serious danger. Fans might recall the recent demise of Ben Grimes (Charlie Hofheimer). The fellow former army rangers reunited on the February 27 episode to get information on the location of terrorists.
It would appear Andy might be in a similar situation. Yet chances are Eric could have a plan to secure their safety and more importantly, his wife. Meanwhile, the CTU is at a dead end as it tries to get a confession out of Henry Donovan (Gerald McRaney).
Hence, Rebecca Ingram (Miranda Otto) has no other choice than to use enhanced interrogation techniques. The CTU lets Henry go. However, his freedom is short-lived as an ambush leads him straight to former CTU national director Tony Almeida (Carlos Bernard). It would seem CTU is confident Tony can get Henry to talk.
Chances of 24 Legacy Renewal
FOX head Dana Walden expressed disappointment over the ratings for 24 Legacy to date. The action drama series earned an impressive 6.10 demo rating in the 18-49 category and 17,576 million viewers when it premiered.
However, its current average after five episodes is not where the network hopes it would be. Hence, Walden’s mixed feelings about the show which currently averages 7 to 8 million viewers.
While Walden would want nothing more than to bring back 24 Legacy, the final decision comes in May once all the information is in, Deadline reports.
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