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On the Set: Kiefer Sutherland Returns to TV in Touch

HollywoodNews.com: KIEFER SUTHERLAND is returning to TV with Touch. Launching March 18 in a unprecedented global rollout premiering in over 100 countries worldwide, it is sure to take audiences by storm.

On the Set: Kiefer Sutherland Returns to TV in Touch
by David Hochman

Inside his trailer on the set of his new Fox series Touch, Kiefer Sutherland can’t stop thinking about numbers: 12,000,000… 318… 100…

“It boggles the mind,” he says. “It’s become a huge part of my life.”

No, Sutherland hasn’t become obsessed with patterns like his son on the show. Touch tells the story of Martin Bohm (Sutherland), a once promising journalist who’s now a widower unloading baggage at JFK. His 11-year-old special-needs son, Jake (David Mazouz), scribbles strangely prescient numbers into notebooks but has never uttered a word. In each episode of the drama, Jake connects those numbers to seemingly unrelated people and situations all over the world in ways that totally freak out his dad and his social worker. Meanwhile, Jake loses it if anyone touches him or his book of numbers.

TV Guide Magazine has the complete interview with Kiefer Sutherland and creator Tim Kring in this week’s issue, on newsstands today.

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