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Starring Emmy® and Golden Globe® winner Kiefer Sutherland, and returning for a sophomore season, Touch is the uplifting global hit drama from creator and writer Tim Kring (Heroes) and executive producers Peter Chernin (New Girl) and Katherine Pope (New Girl). In season two, the story setting shifts from New York to Los Angeles, where Martin and Jake are on the run from the mysterious and possibly sinister research facility Aster Corps, which had shown tremendous interest in exploiting Jake’s precognitive abilities. After arriving on the West Coast, the father-son team met distraught mother Lucy Robbins (Maria Bello) and now are determined to help find her missing – and equally gifted – daughter Amelia (Saxon Sharbino). During their search for Amelia, their paths will cross with Aster Corps’ mathematical genius Calvin Norburg (Lukas Haas), who’s rumpled exterior masks his true colors, as well as a complicated and intense religious zealot, Guillermo Ortiz (Said Taghmauoi).
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEvent Horizon||Season Two of “Touch” picks up right where Season One left off – with Kiefer Sutherland’s character, Martin, on the run with his son, Jake (David Mazouz). Martin is determined to keep Jake safe from those who want to exploit his supernatural abilities, but Jake is on a mission of his own – to find the elusive Amelia (Saxon Sharbino). When Jake leads Martin to Los Angeles and to Amelia’s mother, Lucy Robbins (Maria Bello), these three form an ad hoc family, searching for the girl who may be the key to understanding Jake’s abilities. Factoring into the unfolding equation is the genius of Aster Corps., Calvin Norburg (Lukas Haas), who’s on the verge of making a career-defining discovery, as well as the extreme religious zealot Guillermo Ortiz (Said Taghmaoui), who stops at nothing to attain his vision. As ominous connections appear, Martin remains determined to uncover a global conspiracy in order to protect his family and save the lives of the innocent.||44:42||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCloser||Season Two of “Touch” picks up right where Season One left off – with Kiefer Sutherland’s character, Martin, on the run with his son, Jake (David Mazouz). Martin is determined to keep Jake safe from those who want to exploit his supernatural abilities, but Jake is on a mission of his own – to find the elusive Amelia (Saxon Sharbino). When Jake leads Martin to Los Angeles and to Amelia’s mother, Lucy Robbins (Maria Bello), these three form an ad hoc family, searching for the girl who may be the key to understanding Jake’s abilities. Factoring into the unfolding equation is the genius of Aster Corps., Calvin Norburg (Lukas Haas), who’s on the verge of making a career-defining discovery, as well as the extreme religious zealot Guillermo Ortiz (Said Taghmaoui), who stops at nothing to attain his vision. As ominous connections appear, Martin remains determined to uncover a global conspiracy in order to protect his family and save the lives of the innocent.||43:13||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEnemy of My Enemy||Martin’s mission to uncover clues and expose the potentially sinister Aster Corps has global consequences when an Aster Corps employee is crossing the border in Pakistan. Meanwhile, ruthless religious zealot Guillermo continues to track down the “36” Righteous Ones, and Jake leads Lucy to a woman with alarming connections to her missing daughter Amelia.||43:59||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPerfect Storm||Unforeseen developments at Aster Corps force Martin to make a nail-biting decision and strike a deal with someone unexpected. Meanwhile, Lucy visits the police with new information about Amelia’s kidnapping and Avram (guest star Bodhi Elfman) spots Guillermo in New York and warns Martin and Jake that he’s on the hunt for them.||43:59||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoEye to Eye||A race against time is triggered after Jake contacts Amelia with coordinates to a meeting location and both manage to escape their supervision. As Martin and Lucy desperately search for their gifted and determined kids, they uncover some critical details about Calvin’s brain-damaged brother. Meanwhile in Mexico, Guillermo confesses his sins to a priest and faces a brutal decision.||43:27||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBroken||After three years of searching for Amelia, Lucy’s frustration and fury peaks. When she takes matters with Calvin into her own hands, he offers an unthinkable deal for Amelia’s return. As Martin and Jake search for Lucy, they enlist Trevor (guest star Greg Ellis) at Breakwire to help. Meanwhile, Guillermo is reeling from his recent sins in Mexico, and he makes some life-changing decisions after running into a defeated man hiking through the Arizona desert.||43:53||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGhosts||During a rare rainy Los Angeles evening, Martin and Jake head to Breakwire to enlist the help of his old friend Dutch (guest star Keith David), a grizzled ex-Navy Seal. When the lights go out in the building, the storm is suspected, but all hell breaks loose when Guillermo enters the premises. As the intensity ratchets up and people turn up dead, Jake’s ability to communicate with Amelia proves to be critical in defending his life.||43:16||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoReunions||Following an exhausting turn of events at Breakwire, Martin, Lucy, and Jake track down Calvin outside Tony Rigby’s house. After Martin collars Calvin into helping him locate Amelia, they head to Calvin’s loft where he explains Aster Corps’ motivations connected to Amelia, while Jake attaches himself to a revealing brain scanner. Jake’s scan provides more information about Amelia’s whereabouts as well as a final piece to the puzzle for Calvin to communicate with his brain-dead brother. Armed with leads to Amelia’s location, Martin, Lucy and Jake put their lives on the line when they attempt to infiltrate an Aster Corps desert facility.||43:33||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoClockwork||As Martin tracks down Philip Green (guest star Paul Vincent O'Connor), a man that Jake led him to, he learns that Mr. Greene was Dr. Teller’s first patient and is on death row for the triple murder of Aster Corps employees. With the execution in a matter of hours, Martin rushes to the prison to look for answers, but Mr. Green won’t reveal anything unless he is reunited with his estranged daughter – Dr. Kate Gordon (guest star Wersching). Will the numbers add up when time is of the essence and lives are at stake.||43:59||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTwo of a Kind||As Jake uses a cipher to locate Amelia, Martin tracks a bloody path to Guillermo, who is stalking Dr. Nell Plimpton (guest star Samantha Whittaker), someone we’ve seen before and one of the righteous “36.” Meanwhile, Calvin Norburg meets with Nicole Farington (guest star Fisher), the uber-competent CEO of Aster Corps, who introduces him to the first quantum computer in an attempt to woo him back to the company. When different roads lead to the same location, lives are lost as shocking events unfold.||43:33||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAccused||Martin rolls the dice with the authorities when he attempts to clear his name and spill the beans to a skeptical Detective Lange (guest star Mykelti Williamson). As a result, Det. Lange escalates the investigation and issues an APB on a key player. Meanwhile, unforeseen events unfold when Jake leads Avram (guest star Bodhi Elfman) on a mission to a possible member of the “Righteous 36.” Following Calvin Norburg’s recent meeting with Aster Corps executive Nicole Farington (guest star Frances Fisher), their nefarious mission accelerates and it’s up to Martin to stop it.||43:38||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFight or Flight||With the Aster Corps quarterly report just days away, executive Nicole Farington (guest star Frances Fisher) becomes increasingly desperate and the pressure is on for Calvin Norburg to deliver results from the company’s ongoing study of the “Righteous 36.” Following an intense encounter with Aster Corps enforcer Tanner (guest star Sweeney), Martin schemes alongside Trevor Wilcox (guest star Greg Ellis), who puts it all on the line to go undercover and prevent the company’s distressed executives from harming innocent test subjects in the name of corporate greed.||44:03||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLeviathan||As Aster Corps closes in on the completion of the number sequence that could catapult them to the top of the global economy, determined executive Nicole Farington (guest star Frances Fisher) stops at nothing with her two new test subjects. Meanwhile, Martin and Trevor are on an intense mission of their own to interrogate Aster Corps heavy Tanner (guest star D.B. Sweeney) for answers. As Jake and Amelia remain at the epicenter of these critical events, it’s a race against time for Martin to save them before Aster Corps changes the world forever.||43:41||$0.99||View in iTunes|
I just watched the first episode of season 2 and I can't understand why anyone would take a unique and wonderful show and turn it into some run of the mill suspense drama. I loved Season 1, because it showed the interconnectedness of us all, telling different stories in different parts of the world, about different people, and how each one effects the other. It may have been a bit contrived, but it was hopeful and well done. I loved how different characters would sometimes reappear in other episodes, showing an intricate, interwoven fabric of existence. I loved how the boy had to set everything right, and his father helped him do it.
I hope this first episode is not how the entire season will go. It was nothing but darkness and suspense. The main characters of father and son were the same, and the boy still led his dad places, but everything else was different from Season 1. Unfortunately, this episode was very much the same suspense, cruelty, and darkness that is indicative of many trite,soap operatic, suspense dramas.
Best Show Ever
This is by far the best TV show I have ever seen - I have a 40,000 title video library, and I have never written a review or rated a show - but this was worth breaking my mold
So glad to see this come back for a second season. The show is amazing! Very few networks are willing to gamble on a thought provoking series, in which the viewer actually is able to use their brain. Not all of us are willing to be held captive to "reality" tv, myself included. Thank you to the writers, as well as FOX, for giving me a reason to watch.