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Touch: Season 1

01 April 2013

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Touch: Season 1

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Kiefer Sutherland’s return to TV sees him play a man whose mute son can predict future events. From Heroes creator Tim Kring, Touch reheats that show’s elements (global interconnectivity, fate etc.), but in a far more episodic fashion. Sutherland is decent, but it all gets repetitive quickly.

Reviewed by James White


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Released: 01 April 2013
A few deleted scenes and two featurettes (Fate’s Equations, Touch The World) which could have been rolled into one.

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two stars too many

I managed tgo get through 5 episodes of this before giving up on it. Kiefers sons is ridiculously annoying for a kick off and its very repetitve story wise week on week. To top it off the network renewed this donkey for a second season and cancelled Alchatraz (which in imho was a much more interesting premise and was going somewhere story wise) ... More

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