Looking for a Job? ’24: Legacy’ is Now Hiring

Looking for a job in the film industry? If so, we have some good news for you. Fox’s new 24 reboot is now hiring film crew in Atlanta, Georgia.

According to the Georgia Help Wanted Hotline, Fox’s producers are looking for crew workers to work on the upcoming TV series as it films in the ATL.

In case you haven’t heard, the reboot of the iconic action series has cast Straight Outta Compton breakout Corey Hawkins in the leading role. Taking over for previous series star Kiefer Sutherland, Hawkins will play an entirely new character named Eric Carter in 24: Legacy. “Strong and smart, Eric came from a very rough background and turned his life around in the Army Rangers,” reads the official description. “Now back home in Virginia with his wife Nicole, he’s pulled back into action as his past comes looking for him.”

Carter will team up with the Counter Terrorist Unit to try and prevent an attack on American soil. None of the original 24 cast is expected to appear in the new version, which Fox ordered to pilot earlier this month.

 

Unlike the first version of the series, where Jack Bauer (Sutherland) was basically a lone wolf lead character for nine seasons, the new 24 also has strong features a female co-lead role. If given a series order, 24: Legacy will also play looser with the show’s original “real time” format, which 12 episodes instead of 24.

It’s important to point out that Hawkins is no stranger to Atlanta, Georgia as the actor previously worked on the hit Atlanta filmed TV series The Walking Dead.

To apply send your film crew resume to: 24legacyresumes@gmail.com