5 Real edge of your seat stuff. A great night in.DaveFaz | 22/03/2008 | See all DaveFaz's reviews (182)Top 100 Reviewer Top 10 DVD Reviewer Top 100 PC Reviewer The season starts with the disturbing news that terrorists are to strike a massive blow against the US and Jack is launched in to another hectic 24 hours. The story is a bit far fetched at times, not least of all is what happens to Jack's daughter. While Jack is busy trying to save the planet, she is "coincidentally" launched into 24 hours of completely unrelated mayhem. Come on, really. What are the chances of that? Anyway, it takes a little while to get into this story, and there is no doubt that the first half a dozen episodes of season two are not as addictive as season one, but season two gathers pace as it goes along and by about hour six you are well and truly hooked. The pace is faster and the twists more frequent. A bit complicated for some, perhaps, but it kept me on the edge of my seat all the way through. Once again, it's just made for DVD, so you can view the episodes back-to-back so you don't lose any of the tension. One minor warning, the ending is a minor cliff hanger, and you will buy season three, so you might as well order it at the same time! Disc seven is full of extras, which are great too. At it's current price, it's an absolute bargain. If you are even slightly in to political thrillers, buy it, you won't regret it.