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Entertainment 28 Dec 2012   »   by TheWhatItDo

touchTOUCH, the critically acclaimed adventure drama series starring Emmy Award winner Kiefer Sutherland (“24”), will launch its anticipated second season with a special action-packed two-hour premiere on Friday, Feb. 8 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

In Season Two of TOUCH, the dramatic action shifts from New York to Los Angeles, where single father MARTIN BOHM (Sutherland) and his gifted son, JAKE (David Mazouz), are on the run. Their critical mission is to help distraught mother LUCY ROBBINS (Maria Bello, “ER”) find her missing – and equally gifted – daughter AMELIA (newcomer Saxon Sharbino). When it’s discovered that they are all targets of the mysterious and possibly sinister corporation, Aster Corps., the desperate search for Amelia intensifies. Factoring into the unfolding equation is the genius of Aster Corps., CALVIN NORBURG (Lukas Haas, “24”), who’s on the verge of making a career-defining discovery, as well as the extreme religious zealot GUILLERMO ORTIZ (Said Taghmaoui, “G.I. Joe: The Rise of The Cobra”), 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.

TOUCH is a production of Chernin Entertainment and Tailwind Productions, in association with 20th Century Fox Television. Tim Kring created the series and wrote the pilot. Kring, Carol Barbee (“Jericho”) Peter Chernin (NEW GIRL, BEN AND KATE), Katherine Pope (NEW GIRL, BEN AND KATE), Kiefer Sutherland and Suzan Bymel (“The War at Home”) are executive producers. Francis Lawrence (“Water for Elephants”) directed the pilot. “Like” TOUCH on Facebook at Follow the series on Twitter @TOUCHonTV and join the discussion at #touch.

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*photo credit: Brian Bowen Smith/FOX

  • WadeWWilson87

    I’ve been looking forward to
    season two for a long time now. It will be cool to see the shift from east
    coast to west coast, too. Most of my coworkers at DISH were Sutherland fans
    long before me, but Touch has convinced me of his talents. Normally, I’d have
    to delete most of my saved shows to make room for this and the rest of my
    returning lineup, but now I have a DISH Hopper that stores up to 2,000 hours of
    entertainment; my TV life is much more enjoyable when I don’t have to worry
    about running out of memory half way through a season.

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