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Touch: Season 2 (2012)





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Season 2 of "Heroes" creator Tim Kring's drama finds Martin Bohm (Kiefer Sutherland) and his son, Jake (David Mazouz), in California, where they help Lucy Robbins (Maria Bello) search for her daughter Amelia (Saxon Sharbino), a young girl believed to share Jake's gift for numbers. But also like Jake, Amelia's abilities are coveted by the sinister Aster Corporation, and the company will do whatever is necessary to make sure they have sole access to them. Meanwhile, disgruntled Aster Corporation's resident genius Calvin Norburg (Lukas Haas) hopes to make a significant discovery to help a family member; and religious zealot Guillermo Ortiz (Said Taghmaoui) concentrates on his self-appointed, worldwide path to punish blasphemers. Guest stars in Season 2 include Greg Ellis, Frances Fisher, Mykelti Williamson and Keith David.


Kiefer Sutherland
as Martin Bohm
David Mazouz
as Jake Bohm
Maria Bello
as Lucy Robbins
Lukas Haas
as Calvin Norburg
Said Taghmaoui
as Guillermo Ortiz
Gugu Mbatha-Raw
as Clea Hopkins
Greg Ellis
as Trevor Wilcox
Isabella Acres
as Soleil Friedman
Frances Fisher
as Nicole Farington
David Hoflin
as William
Ray Santiago
as Ruben Santiago
Samantha Whittaker
as Nell Plimpton
Leland Orser
as Dr. Linus
Sanjay Chandani
as Nazim Farzat
Sumalee Montano
as Nurse Liz
Scott Klace
as Ben Miller
John Prosky
as Lawrence Pearl
Annie Wersching
as Dr. Kate Gordon
Bernard White
as Dr. McCormick
John Lacy
as Jerry Woods
David de Lautour
as Simon Plimpton
Bill Parks
as Philip
Ravil Isyanov
as Motel Manager
Adam Campbell
as Tony, Tony Rigby
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Critic Reviews for Touch: Season 2

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (3)

The show still has some interesting things happening, and there are worse things on TV than a fast-paced action drama. But making it into "Son of 24" doesn't feel like the right touch.

February 7, 2013 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

Whoopee! Jack -- er, Martin is back and on the attack. Touch feels a little more like "Punch."

February 6, 2013 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
Top Critic

Touch is a very unique show; unique in its storytelling and especially in its overall positive outlook. Yes, its theme of interconnectivity is mushy and fluffy, but it really is a welcome change.

February 10, 2013 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

The intricacies may make it harder for new viewers to crack the show without doing some catch-up watching, but they also make it far more absorbing.

February 7, 2013 | Full Review…

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