Last year, I thought this was one of the better series on television. The writing was superb, the acting terrific, and the fact that one of the lead characters was an autistic boy spoke volumes about how far fictional TV wanted to distance itself from reality shows like the Kardashian family. Anyone have some inside scoop or rational conjecture as to what may have happened?
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I agree with your opinion about Kiefer. (Even though his character in Touch is almost as "superhero" as Jack Bauer.)
You've given this much thought, and I certainly appreciate the wonderful effort. Thank you for pointing out several key points, one of which addressed Kiefer Sutherland being stereotyped as a strong character in a prior series. Aloha!
Hi, Bill! A lot of the stuff on television is garbage, but every now and then, a good series comes around that has me dazzled with the talented writing. Touch was my pick last year; Hannibal is my pick this year. Good for you for being TV-less! Aloha