Two more "24" alums have been locked in for the highly anticipated new season, "24: Live Another Day."
In the new FOX TV series "Touch," Kiefer Sutherland is Martin Bohm, a widower and single father whose son, Jake, can predict events.
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"Extra's" Terri Seymour caught up with Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler, Randy Jackson and Kiefer Sutherland at FOX's TCA press tour. Newly engaged Tyler addressed the recent rumors about Ryan Seacrest leaving "American Idol" to do the "Today" show, and said, "You know, what he's doing next year, who knows... this year, he's with us. We got him."
Lopez chimed in, "See, I don't even know about this rumor, so that's why I feel like, 'Where have I been?'"
FOX has ordered 13 episodes of the new drama series "Touch," starring "24" star Kiefer Sutherland.
Created and written by Tim Kring ("Heroes"), the series follows Sutherland's character, a widower and single father, haunted by an inability to connect to his mute 11-year-old son.
Everything changes when Martin discovers that Jake possesses the gift of staggering genius -- the ability to see things that no one else can and the patterns that connect seemingly unrelated events.
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"Touch" is scheduled to premiere spring 2012. Become a fan of the series on Facebook and follow the series on Twitter at @TOUCHFOX.
Ashton Kutcher's recent move back to television was a lucrative decision for the actor, as he now earns a whopping $700K per episode on "Two and a Half Men."
Although it's significantly less than what Charlie Sheen used to take home ($1.2 million), Kutcher is now crowned the highest paid TV actor, according to TV Guide.
The network prime-time series stars are generally paid up to $125K per episode, with some cable networks going as high as $150K. "Times that by 22, [and] you can maintain a pretty good lifestyle based on what you were making in features, but now you're not," said an industry executive.
"Extra's" AJ Calloway caught up with Kiefer Sutherland in NYC, where they chatted about what should happen to Jack Bauer in the "24" movie.
Kiefer said, "I want to see Jack do a lot of things that are representative of the show. I want him to be able to take his life back, and I think that's going to be a large aspect of the film."
"Extra's" AJ Calloway talked with actor Kiefer Sutherland, who said the "24" movie is on target to start shooting in 8 months.
"It's a very difficult thing to take something you've done for eight years, almost two hundred episodes, and try to find a story that's going to be unique and yet service the history of the show as well," Sutherland said.