Medium

Medium TV series on CBS canceledNetwork: NBC, CBS
Episodes: 130 (hour)
Seasons: Seven

TV show dates: January 3, 2005 — January 21, 2011
Series status: Cancelled

Performers include: Patricia Arquette, Miguel Sandoval, Maria Lark, Jake Weber, Sofia Vassilieva, David Cubitt, Miranda Carabello, Tina DiJoseph, John Prosky and Kendahl King

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TV show description:
Allison DuBois (Patricia Arquette) is a devoted wife, mother, and law student who learns that she has the ability to speak to dead people and to see the future in her dreams.

With the help of her loving aerospace engineer husband, Joe (Jake Weber), she gets a handle on and learns to use her special gift. She’s eventually able to convince her boss, District Attorney Devalos (Miguel Sandoval), and others like Detective Lee Scanlon (David Cubitt), to trust her abilities.

As time goes on, it becomes apparent that Allison’s gift has been passed down to her three daughters; Ariel (Sofia Vassilieva), Bridgette (Maria Lark), and Marie (Madison and Miranda Carabello).

Series Finale:     
Episode 130 — Me Without You
Joe is returning from a business trip to Hawaii and calls Alison to tell her that he’ll be early. His plane hits some turbulence and crashes in the ocean. Seven years later, Alison starts having dreams leading her to believe that her beloved husband is still alive. Complete last episode synopsis.
First aired: January 21, 2011.

  

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13 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. says

    Yes! DONT cancel this show you morons!

    ‘Medium’ is the only vaguely intelligent and entertaining drama on TV period, everything else is utter pants.

  2. Zeno says

    Are they gonna show Medium reruns on WGN America, Hallmark Channel, KDOC Los Angeles/I.E.,KCAL 9 Los Angeles, ABC Family, or Starz Kids and Family on 2012?

  3. Mary Beth Maumus says

    Since the cancellation of Medium, I have been watching the early seasons on DVD. Though I watched this show since the beginning, I didn’t realize how consistently great this series really is! Though it’s been months since the last tearful episode, I have realized that no other program on TV can even come close to the quality and family values brilliantly portrayed on Medium. As of April 1st, Netflix has made seasons 1-6 available for viewing, though it also makes me miss new episodes even more. There is a petition fan can sign at http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/medium-petition/ which also encourages fans to write CBS. I encourage fans to not give up and sign this petition and contact CBS. Though I am sure that Jake Weber and Patricia Arquette have moved on (they are such highly talented actors), but the least we may be able to hope for is a remake of the tragic finale and maybe the completion of Season 7. Hopefully, faithful viewers do matter.

  4. Arlene D. says

    Medium was my favorite show. I can’t believe it was cancelled. I guess it wasn’t violent enough for the sponsors??

  5. Marie says

    I just found out the show was cancelled. I just thought it was off the past couple of weeks. I’m bummed, I thought the show was great. I hope you will consider bringing the show back.

  6. Maria says

    This show was the best ever. Everyone was magnificent and brilliant. Please consider bringing the show back with all of them.

  7. Stella says

    WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY? THIS SHOW IS FANTASTIC,INTELLIGENT AND EXTRAORDINARY! JUST BRING IT BACK!
    ALLISON CAN DREAM IT BACK!

  8. joan farrar says

    The reason I loved Medium and watched it all these years was the loving family relationship displayed on this show. The cast did a great job. I will miss watching it every week.

  9. Ruth and Gene says

    Why was this wonderful show cancelled? It was always entertaining – the acting top notch – the family dynamics always interesting – We looked forward to seeing it every week.

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