Ahead of the Spring 2012 premiere of Touch, starring Kiefer Sutherland and created by Tim Kring of Heroes, Fox released the first look preview of the new series that follows Sutherland in the role of a single father who struggles to connect with his son who has the ability to see patterns and various events before they happen.
In the new Fox preview of Touch, fans get to see the TV return of Kiefer Sutherland as he tries to connect with his son and understand his special ability. Interestingly, Touch poses various questions about life. What if fate was a formula? What if coincidence is a calculation? What if our lives are part of a pattern? Touch also stars Clea Hopkins and Danny Glover.
Check out the first look preview of Touch with Kiefer Sutherland below:
Touch – Spring 2012 on Fox
TOUCH, a new drama series starring Emmy and Golden Globe winner Kiefer Sutherland, is created and written by Emmy-nominated Tim Kring (Heroes) and will join the FOX schedule in the spring of 2012. TOUCH is a distinctly uplifting drama in which science and spirituality intersect with the hopeful premise that we are all interconnected, tied in invisible ways to those whose lives we are destined to alter and impact.
At the center of TOUCH is MARTIN BOHM (Sutherland), a widower and single father, haunted by an inability to connect to his mute 11-year-old son, JAKE (David Mazouz). After multiple failed attempts at keeping Jake in school, Martin is visited by CLEA HOPKINS (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), a social worker sent to evaluate Jake’s well-being. Everything changes when Martin discovers that Jake possesses the gift of staggering genius, the ability to see things that no one else can and the patterns that connect seemingly unrelated events. Jake is indeed communicating. But it’s not with words, it’s with numbers. Martin meets ARTHUR DEWITT (Danny Glover), a professor and an expert on children who possess special gifts when it comes to numbers. Now, it’s up to Martin to decipher the meaning and connect the numbers to the cast of characters whose lives they affect.