Medium: Season 7 (2010 - 2011)

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Episodes

Air date: Sep 24, 2010

After having the same dream about the subject of a recent case, Allison and Bridgette swap personalities

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Air date: Oct 1, 2010

As she probes a spate of slayings, Allison begins noticing bizarre symbols materializing above folks' heads and concludes the floating figures could be a mechanism to match people up with their soul mates. Elsewhere, one of Joe's employees files a sexual-harassment suit against a colleague. Tony Hale and Lana Parrilla guest star.

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Air date: Oct 8, 2010

Dreams of his late brother haunt Scanlon, causing Allison to be concerned about her colleague; Ariel has visions of missing young women.

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Air date: Oct 15, 2010

During a murder investigation, Allison experiences more friction with Scanlon; Ariel deals with her siblings' reactions to her leaving for college.

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Air date: Oct 22, 2010

When Allison gets a skin graft on her hand after it is burned, she wonders why the hand acts with a mind of its own; Bridgette keeps her role on the soccer team a secret from her parents.

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Air date: Oct 29, 2010

When Allison has flashes to a specific time in the future, she feels powerless to stop a catastrophic event from happening.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2010

Following a dream, Allison discovers she's unable to understand the spoken word. This sudden communication breakdown causes cracks to form in her marriage to Joe, so Allison reaches out for support and forms a fast friendship with a linguist.

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Air date: Nov 12, 2010

Allison's dreams revolve around a woman trapped in a fire and they could help crack a red-hot case involving puzzling blaze-related deaths. Meanwhile, Devalos considers running for mayor, which prompts Allison to mull over the next step in her career.

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Air date: Nov 19, 2010

Allison's neighbors grow enraged when a convicted sex offender moves into the neighborhood, yet Allison's psychic visions cast doubt on the man's guilt. Meanwhile, a business opportunity comes Joe's way, but the opening could create friction with Allison's career goals. Laura San Giacomo guest stars.

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Air date: Dec 3, 2010

After a man is struck by a train, Allison's dream foreshadowing a similar murder assures her that it was a homicide. Meanwhile, Joe has a hard time dealing with his mother's diagnosis.

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Tv Season Info

Family members, both living and dead, figure prominently in the seventh and final season of this paranormal drama: Alison (Patricia Arquette) is concerned about her brother (David Arquette, stepping in the role originated by Ryan Hurst) after she dreams about him; Joe (Jake Weber) visits his ailing mother (Kathy Baker) in the hospital; Ariel (Sofia Vassilieva) communicates with her late grandfather as she prepares to head off to college; and Scanlon (David Cubitt) is troubled by a recurring dream about his deceased brother. The series finale features both a seven-year flash-forward and a 41-year jump in time.

Cast

Patricia Arquette
as Allison DuBois
Jake Weber
as Joe DuBois
Miguel Sandoval
as DA Manuel Devalos
Sofia Vassilieva
as Ariel DuBois
Maria Lark
as Bridgette DuBois
David Cubitt
as Det. Lee Scanlon
Madison Carabello
as Marie DuBois
Gary Weeks
as Lance Corporal Miller
Miranda Carabello
as Marie DuBois
Tina DiJoseph
as Lynn DiNovi
Rob Botts
as Corporal Kapler
Dean Norris
as Paul Scanlon
Judy Reyes
as Jane Livingston
Brian F. O'Byrne
as Clark Kerwin
Clancy Brown
as Rob Walcott
Tracey Walter
as Walter Durant
Kathy Baker
as Majorie DuBois
David Arquette
as Michael Benoit
John Glover
as Carson Churchill
Carlos Jacott
as Gary Durant
David Burke
as Gavin Finch
Jessica Hecht
as Judy Bennette
Rena Sofer
as Dr. Natalie Salem
Laura San Giacomo
as Susannah Collings
Raul Esparza
as David Ostrowski
Linda Callahan
as Dr. Tramble
Enrique Murciano
as Luis Amenabar
Matthew Glave
as Dr. Heath Timlin
Gina St. John
as Reporter No. 2
Brian Schwary
as Robert Edward Lowell
Roger Bart
as Dennis Caruso
Dylan Minnette
as Cameron Berkley
Frank Whaley
as Gabe Helling
Bruce Gray
as Joe's Dad
Angela Paton
as Mrs. Halstead
Mark Webber
as Blond Man/Man in Fireproof Suit
Roxanne Hart
as Lily Devalos
Mitch Pileggi
as Dan Burroughs
Lesley Boone
as Justine Godrich
Gregg Henry
as Coach Swanson
Tony Hale
as Gil Bureli
Rick Gifford
as Booth Guard No. 1
Carlos Gomez
as Benito Velez
Sasha Pieterse
as 14-Year-Old Marie
Lee Reherman
as Jason Bumgarner
Blake Gibbons
as Lawrence Raymond/Shirtless Man
Matthew Arkin
as Doctor Chapman
Lana Parrilla
as Lydia Halstrom
Tom Wopat
as Sheriff John Guillory
Marc Vann
as Wayne Lundgren
Brian Howe
as John Claybourne
Aaron Hendry
as Jerry Thornton
Ron Orbach
as Ken Corrigan
Amir Arison
as Man in Blazer
Stoney Westmoreland
as Russ O'Toole
Zahn McClarnon
as Alex Keeswood
Jason Beghe
as Frank Davenport
Royana Black
as Mrs. Hudson
Michael Gladis
as Dave Anderson
Katherine Sigismund
as Coach Amy Gabler
Jacob Vargas
as Eduardo Garcia
Angela Pierce
as Samantha Coakley
Elizabeth Rice
as Caroline Krueger
Teri Reeves
as Monica Janeway
Suzanne Cryer
as Joanna Spencer
Nicole DuPort
as Elena Haas
Jennifer Chang
as Secretary
Max Baker
as Dale Oleck
Matt McKenzie
as Managerial Type
Lily Knight
as Judge Malone
Tom Schmid
as Cameron's Dad
Griffin Cleveland
as Young Lee Scanlon
Caroline Kinsolving
as History Teacher
Abbie Cobb
as Stacey McKay
Michael Hyatt
as Cameron's Attorney
Jayne Taini
as Heavyset Woman
Samantha Droke
as Charlotte Spencer
Bellina Logan
as Miss Alpert
Stan Egi
as Surgeon
Seri DeYoung
as Rebecca Coakley
Don Fischer
as Josh Whitman
Emily Kuroda
as Morgue Attendant
Melissa Bickerton
as Female Neighbor
Gabriel Salvador
as Alberto Ruiz
Elizabeth Ann Roberts
as Melinda Sully
Jodi Fleisher
as Art Teacher
Rob Mayes
as Young Fireman
Ruby Lewis
as Female Victim
Andy Umberger
as Principal Brand
Michael Manuel Torres
as Booth Guard No. 2
Amanda Leigh Cobb
as Mrs. Raymond
Yolanda Lloyd Delgado
as Neighbor No. 2
James Budig
as Third Man
Mary Garripoli
as Mrs. Lundgren
Bernardo De Paula
as Wilfredo Soto
J. Paul Boehmer
as Attorney No. 1
Candice Azzara
as Elderly Woman
Jack Harding
as Goateed Man
Michelle Diaz
as Ingrid Martinez
Greg Felden
as Consultant
Lisa Ross
as Well-Dressed Woman
Bill Seward
as Reporter No. 1
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Critic Reviews for Medium Season 7

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (4)

Seven seasons is a good run, and Medium made the most of it, so let's it bury and praise it all at once.

Aug 17, 2018 | Full Review…

Fortunately, Caron's team had sufficient warning that the end was nigh to write a fitting finale. This is one deceased show that's worth investigating.

Aug 14, 2018 | Full Review…
Top Critic

It didn't take a medium to predict that there would be tears.

Aug 10, 2018 | Full Review…

Medium was able to use its tricks to deepen its emotional pull by threatening to force you to consider a world in which that family was broken up.

Apr 25, 2014 | Full Review…

Medium has always excelled at the creepy and grotesque.

Aug 17, 2018 | Full Review…

Thanks also to Glenn Gordon Caron for creating these exceptional characters and for keeping it fresh the whole time.

Aug 10, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Medium: Season 7

  • Feb 15, 2016
    MILD SPOILER: I will always be pissed about the ending. It honestly ruined my opinion of all 7 seasons.

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