Touch: Season 1 (2012)

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Season 1
Touch

Critics Consensus

Touch is a welcome return to television for Keifer Sutherland, but although it presents a lot of intriguing ideas, it occasionally overdoses on sentimentality.

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Critic Ratings: 28

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User Ratings: 65

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Episodes

Air date: Jan 25, 2012

After widower Martin Bohm discovers that his emotionally impaired 11-year-old son can predict the future, he meets with a social worker and a professor who may be able to unlock the boy's mind.

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Air date: Mar 22, 2012

A widower and his son try to understand how a robbery at a pawn shop triggers a sequence of events that impacts people all over the world.

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Air date: Mar 29, 2012

Martin meets a homeless man who shares Jake's obsession with numbers; Teller (Danny Glover) visits Jake's board-and-care facility.

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Air date: Apr 5, 2012

Martin comes across a man who has a history with his late wife; a couple that has an instrument-repair business works with an Iraqi band; the band's teenage fan wants to share his comedic talent with a U.S. soldier.

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Air date: Apr 12, 2012

Martin becomes involved in a young woman's quest for vengeance; Teller tries to repair his relationship with his estranged daughter.

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Air date: Apr 19, 2012

Clea and Martin uncover a shocking development; Teller gets into trouble when he visits Jake; a plane crash survivor tries to find a purpose in life.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2012

Martin searches for Teller's workshop and ends up helping another professor win at poker; a man creates a viral video to track someone down; a man learns a lesson from a horse while visiting his late father's ranch.

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Air date: May 3, 2012

Following Jake's numbers, Martin helps a Frenchwoman find her biological mother and twin sister; when an astronaut loses contact with Earth, his superstitious wife frets.

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Air date: May 10, 2012

Martin exposes a corrupt parole officer; a Brazilian street musician wins a beautiful woman's heart with his guitar; Jake bonds with another mute; Clea and Martin get information about one of Teller's patients.

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Air date: May 17, 2012

Martin involves himself with a heist crew in an effort to win back a dock worker's job; an Israeli boy and a Palestinian boy fight for their relationship; Clea finds documents about Jake; Martin and his wife's sister make a decision.

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Tv Season Info

Cast & Crew

Kiefer Sutherland
Martin Bohm

Actor
Gugu Mbatha-Raw
Clea Hopkins

Actor
David Mazouz
Jake Bohm

Actor
Danny Glover
Arthur Teller

Actor
Maria Bello
Lucy Robbins

Actor
Catherine Dent
Abigail Kelsey

Guest Star
Bodhi Elfman
Avram Hadar

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Titus Welliver
Randall Meade

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Deidrie Henry
Maggie Miller

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Rob Benedict
Walt King

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David de Lautour
Simon Plimpton

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Roxana Brusso
Sheri Strepling

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Tamlyn Tomita
Kazuko Osugi

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May Miyata
Miyoko

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Satomi Okuno
Izumi

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Jackson Davis
Zack

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Sundra Oakley
Thomas Becko

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Jude Ciccolella
Arnie Klepper

Guest Star
Jonathon M. Smith
Young Jamir

Guest Star
Patrick Weil
Tourist

Guest Star
Tim Kring
Executive Producer
Francis Lawrence
Executive Producer
Peter Chernin
Executive Producer
Katherine Pope
Executive Producer
Kiefer Sutherland
Executive Producer
Suzan Bymel
Executive Producer
Carol Barbee
Executive Producer
Carol Barbee
Screenwriter
Robert Levine
Screenwriter
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Critic Reviews for Touch: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Touch: Season 1

  • Apr 23, 2021
    muito bom, gostei mesmo
  • Nov 09, 2019
    The show is very intriguing and the idea of the show is deep.
  • Jan 05, 2019
    Sutherland's acting...his panting...everything is off.
  • Aug 08, 2018
    Jake is 10 years old and has never spoken a word in his life. Still, his father keeps yelling "Jake!!" 20 times every episode, followed by exasperated breathing by Kiefer Sutherland. Soooo annoying, because I like the concept and story line.
  • Nov 07, 2016
    A kid that doesn't speak and a father that loves him deeply, I was hooked.... Until the sadistic social worker steals the child, placing him in a care home and insisting the 11yr old child names the animal a moo comes from. This social worker snatching the child's red car because she wants eye contact from the kid screams abuse. These scenes suggested a sticky red end for this social worker or simply the dreadful writing of another annoying character, to make the shows stars look great. Either way I can't watch grown-ups abusing innocents, unless it's the news.
  • Oct 29, 2016
    The first about four episodes are alright, but are very stand alone, and don't have an overarching plot. Every subsequent episode features that plot, which makes it a little better. I expected it to be handled more seriously, but it's not, which made it less interesting and almost boring, a big reason because it didn't add any tension or thrill you more. But I could have been ok with that if they had at least made them not feature random crap connecting for no reason. All of the episodes with that plot shouldn't have had that, because the plot is very interesting. I can tell this is from Tim Kring. This show seems like something from him, and another person that wants to be family friendly and boring. Kiefer Sutherland is great, obviously. The big problem is not mixing two different genres well, but Kiefer makes it all better, and by the end you're more hooked.
  • Sep 20, 2016
    Poor premise, bad science, lots of new age psychobabble
  • Oct 14, 2015
    While having a promising premise, Touch tries too hard to be a drama-fied 24.
  • Aug 31, 2015
    Intrigue, exciting, fear, curiosity. This series has it all, and a series of events connected between them that makes this a fan-deserve series. Great acting, maybe overrated Kiefer Sutherland and overexploting 9/11, but deserves five stars, great series.
  • Jan 30, 2014
    Such a terrible show, got cancelled for good reason!

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