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Medium: Season 2 (2005-2006)





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In Season 2 of the paranormal drama, time plays tricks on spiritual medium Allison DuBois (Patricia Arquette) as she has many dreams involving the past, as well as dreams in which incidents from the past result in an altered present. But first, the second season picks up with the conclusion of Season 1's final episode: Capt. Push (Arliss Howard) is still in a coma and Allison is trying to decipher confusing messages to help stop a serial killer. Soon after, Allison starts having dreams set in the past, including one that takes place in a mental institution in 1959. A woman committed to the institution claims she is Allison DuBois, living in 2005. Then Allison flashes back to her high-school days, when a friend was seeking fame as a model, and she connects these visions to a present-day missing-person case. Allison later dreams of the unborn son she miscarried 15 years earlier, and imagines what life would be like if he had lived. She also envisions an alternate life in which she becomes the lawyer she originally set out to be. Allison's dreams about her current job working for DA Devalos (Miguel Sandoval) include a disturbing recurring one in which the office staff is murdered. When Devalos runs for reelection, Allison dreams that a murder will ruin his chances. At home, Allison must talk to her daughters about what she does for a living after Bridgette (Maria Lark) inquires about her mom's job for a school assignment. Allison's work continues to affect her family, such as when the spirit of a doctor (who was seen in Season 1) returns and targets daughter Ariel (Sofia Vassilieva). Season 2 guest stars include David Carradine and Kelsey Grammer, who is one of the series' executive producers. In Allison's visions, Grammer appears as the Angel of Death, and in her waking life he's a shady businessman.


Patricia Arquette
as Allison DuBois
Jake Weber
as Joe DuBois
Miguel Sandoval
as DA Manuel Devalos
Sofia Vassilieva
as Ariel DuBois
Maria Lark
as Bridgette DuBois
David Cubitt
as Scanlon
Molly Ringwald
as Kathleen Walsh
Tina DiJoseph
as Lynn Dinovi
Alicia Coppola
as Lauren Church
Aleksa Palladino
as Lyla Gallagher
Conor O'Farrell
as Larry Watt
Natasha Gregson Wagner
as Beverly Waller Boyd
Arliss Howard
as Capt. Kenneth Push
David Barrera
as Father Santiago
Mark Sheppard
as Charles Walker
Jessy Schram
as Young Allison
James Frain
as David Calley
John Getz
as Stuart McCallister
Harry Groener
as Andrew Stam
Reiley McClendon
as Todd Gromada
Jeanette Brox
as Amanda Staley
James Eckhouse
as Doctor Gromada
John Shea
as David Morrow
Brian Kerwin
as Nathan Bradley
Dyllan Christopher
as Todd's Friend
Gina Marie Fields
as Uniformed Female Officer
Perrey Reeves
as Karen Herzfeld
Bruce Gray
as Joe's Dad
Susan Santiago
as Inez Soto
Annabelle Milne
as Cathy Croshaw
Monnae Michaell
as Aisha Morton
Walker Howard
as Clyde Morton
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Medium is one of network TV's relatively unheralded gems, a well-acted, atmospheric drama that manages to create an intriguing mini-drama each week, as well as show domestic life in all its turbulent, messy beauty.

August 17, 2018 | Full Review…

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