TVGuide.com's Michael Ausiello reports that the Commander in Chief on next season's revamped 24 will likely be a woman. Sources confirm that casting could begin any day now on the sure-to-be-plum part. A show rep, however, cautions that, "Nothing about next season has been absolutely decided as of yet."

Coincidentally, 24's lady prez would be in office just as Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House kicks into high gear. The show is also adding a female FBI agent to the mix. As Ausiello previously reported, 24 - in an effort to reclaim some of the creative and ratings steam it lost last season - is shaking things up in a big way during Season 7. For the first time in the show's history, CTU will be MIA as the majority of the action shifts to a city other than Los Angeles; New York, Washington D.C. and London are among the new locales being considered.

Additionally, of last season's cast, only Kiefer Sutherland and Mary Lynn Rajskub are shoo-ins to return.

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