Nuclear Crisis Gets Final Season of ’24’ Pulled From Japanese TV

Apr 4, 2011  •  Post A Comment

The reality of the tragedy in Japan has affected the airing of the final season of Fox’s "24" on TV Tokyo, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The plot involves the fear of radiation and that’s just too close to the real-life concerns of the people in Japan in the aftermath of the tsunami.

According to a TV Tokyo spokesperson, "With the many victims of the current disaster in Japan, and ongoing concerns about radiation leaks from the nuclear power station, TV Tokyo has decided not to show the planned final season and show season five instead."

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