After three weeks of the entertaining, all access series, the final episode of ‘24/7 aired on Sunday.
This very well may have been the strongest episode of the brief season as it featured a number of notable moments including a candid interview with recently departed Maple Leaf defencemen John-Michael Liles shortly after he received the news that he had been dealt to Carolina, a look inside the apartment that Phil Kessel and roommate Tyler Bozak share and, of course, the the long-awaited Winter Classic.
Three weeks in and the show is still appointment viewing for many.
— Tasneem Dasoo (@dasootas) January 6, 2014
— Lindsay Smale (@lindsaysmale) January 6, 2014
— Kayla Belic (@kaylbelic) January 6, 2014
In what may have been the highlight of the entire episode, Kessel and Bozak took the HBO crew inside their apartment and gave them a glimpse of what their life is like off of the ice. Spoiler alert: they watch a lot of TV.
Might have to start hanging out a Marble Slab so me and @PKessel81 can become best friends and I can laugh at him cause he's hilarious #24/7
— Emma Crawley (@crawley73) January 6, 2014
— Jessica Burden (@Jessica__Burden) January 6, 2014
bozak and kessel are too funny on 24/7
— ally (@allyhodder_) January 6, 2014
— Angelo Colosimo (@AColosimo95) January 6, 2014
Then there was the big event, the Winter Classic. For those lucky enough to be in attendance of the winter spectacle, this episode gave them a chance to relive the memories.
— Devon Neudorf (@neudorf96) January 6, 2014
— Olga Constantopoulos (@olgieiscurious) January 6, 2014
Ah memories, this goal was when some classy Red Wings fans started throwing snowballs at us. #24/7 #winterclassic
— Nadia Ali (@Nadia_Axo) January 6, 2014
— Robert Crocker (@HockeyNutz22) January 6, 2014
watching this 24/7 winter classic game is bringing a tear to my eye #takemeback
— Teresa (@teresazita) January 6, 2014
Watching 24/7 red wing leafs road to winter classic is giving me chills just watching it, being there was priceless.
— Lucas (@LucasWF_) January 6, 2014
Overall, the series seemed to be a success, leaving viewers wanting more.
— Laura (@laurawhitakerr) January 6, 2014
— Isabella Dagher (@IsabellaDagher) January 6, 2014
— Ken Abescoro (@KenJA24) January 6, 2014