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Medium is a NBC television show that is based around the life of a woman named Allison Dubois, she is played by the actress, Patricia Arquette. The series is based on the actual facts of things that have happened in the life of Allison Dubois in her real life stories. In this television show Arquette is a mother, a wife and she just happens to also by a Medium, yes she hears voices and yes she can see dead people.She is employed at the district attorneys office so that she can help the police to solve crimes with the visions that appear to her daily. The dead people come back to give her information about the crime of the case so that she can help the policemen solve their murder, or whatever it is that happened to them.

The husband Joe, who is played by Jack Weber, is a scientist on the show and he has to also be able to deal with being married to a woman with these supernatural abilities. Arquette also is the mother of 3 girls on the show and one of the girls seem to be developing similar supernatural abilities just like her mother. The three children are named Allison Dubois, Bridgette Dubois, and Ariel Dubois. The show is sometimes serious but at other times it is light-hearted, it also has its humorous episodes. She is using her gifts everyday for the good so that she can help the families, friends and officials to solve the cases which will enable the capture of the criminal and the deceased person can rest in peace because most of these cases are cold cases so they need to be resolved and thanks to Allison Dubois they will be.

Medium is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (133 episodes). The series first aired on January 3, 2005.

Where do I stream Medium online? Medium is available for streaming on CBS, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Medium on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV, Paramount+ online.

7 Seasons, 133 Episodes
January 3, 2005
Science Fiction Drama
Cast: Patricia Arquette, Jake Weber, Miguel Sandoval, Anjelica Huston, Amy Price-Francis
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  • When Allison becomes a lawyer and Joe starts a new job, the Dubois family is forever changed.

  • A man seeks Allison's help to determine the truth regarding his wife's disappearance. Meanwhile, Joe and Allison become concerned when Marie breaks down during a spelling test.

  • While Allison's dream raises suspicion regarding her brother Michael, Bridgette's abilities grab the attention of Devalos' campaign manager.

  • Allison dreams of a murder that involves a man being struck by a train and, when a man is killed just like in her dream, Allison is convinced it's a homicide. Also, Joe has difficulty handling his mother's diagnosis.

  • When a convicted sex offender moves into Allison's area, her neighbors are on the defense, but Allison's visions leave her questioning his guilt. Also, a potential career opportunity for Joe conflicts with his and Allison's professional goals.

  • A series of mysterious fire-related deaths may be tied to Allison's dreams of a blaze. Allison must also think about where her professional career is headed, as Devalos starts thinking seriously about running for mayor.

  • Allison becomes suddenly unable to understand spoken language, developing a friendship with a linguist along the way. The situation really tries Joe's patience, as he thinks about how many strange situations he's had to put up with during their marriage.

  • When Allison begins having flashes to a specific time in the future, her sense of dread increases as she anticipates a catastrophic event from occurring and is unable to do anything about it.

  • When Allison gets a skin graft on her hand after a burn, she is puzzled when the same hand acts with a mind of its own, gesturing uncontrollably. Also, Bridgette keeps her real role on the soccer team a secret from her parents.

  • While investigating a missing girl's murder, Allison experiences more friction with Scanlon after finding a possible link to his late brother. Also, Ariel deals with her siblings' reactions to her leaving for college.

  • Scanlon is haunted by dreams of his late brother, leaving Allison concerned about her colleague. Also, while making her final preparations for college, Ariel has visions of missing young women, past and present.

  • When they have the same dream about a missing homeless man who is the subject of Allison's most recent case, Bridgette and Allison swap personalities, causing mayhem at home, at school and with the investigation.

  • When Allison's brain tumor resurfaces, its aftermath could have life-altering consequences for her friends and family.

  • Allison's friendship with a pig could lead to the whereabouts of a missing animal rights activist. Meanwhile, Joe gets a special birthday gift from Marie.

  • Ariel somehow loses years of time in her life and must find a way to get back to the present.

  • After a neighbor is murdered, Allison's fears for her own family prompt her to install a high-tech talking burglar alarm, which she later suspects may be communicating with Marie. Also, Ariel meets a ghost who could help her get into the college of her choice.

  • Allison discovers that the stange girl from her and her daughters' dreams is the serial killer's next target, and she must protect the girl from danger.

  • Viewers get a look back at Allison and Joe's wedding, and how the growing strength of Allison's "powers" affected the soon-to-be-married couple.

  • Allison enrols herself in self-defense classes. Meanwhile, Devalos works on a teenager's rape case, as well as looking into a suspected murder involving a police officer.

  • Allison keeps seeing the face of one man in the faces of other people, including Joe, and must figure out why. Meanwhile, Ariel has a difficult time babysitting a mischievous boy.

  • When Bridgette is confused about feelings she has for a boy, Allison has a dream about a schizophrenic child. Allison sets out to meet the child and must act as a roommate of a a missing psychiatric patient in order to do so.

  • As the anniversary of Devalos' daughter's death come to pass, Devalos is haunted by memories of the traumatic event. Meanwhile, Allison has dreams of the extreme measures Devalos went to to put his daughter's killer in jail, and how Devalos' past actions may have future consequences.

  • The prime suspect in a serial killer case dies, leaving the police baffled. When the dead suspect contacts Allison, she learns that he's innocent. He asks Allison to help clear his name, while giving her information that may help with the investigation.

  • Allison's visions become a vital source of information to the authorities after samples of a deadly disease disappear. Meanwhile, Scanlon thinks he's ready to ask Lynn to marry him, but his plans don't go as smoothly as expected.

  • After strangely becoming sensitive to light, Allison wears a pair of sunglasses that display strange numbers which may be related to people's life expectancies. Meanwhile, Allison has a disturbing health-related dream about Joe's dad.

  • Allison suspects Ariel's new boyfriend of murder, and fears the worst. Meanwhile, Bridgette starts uploading videos on Internet where a man is embarrassing himself and it results in her in trouble.

  • Allison rents an SUV after her car gets damaged; she discovers that the SUV's satellite radio lets her hear other people's conversations.

  • Allison's nightmares put her in scenes from the classic movie Night of the Living Dead, and cause her to awaken with strange bite marks and cuts, as well as clues related to the murder of a funeral director

  • In the 100th episode, an infant is kidnapped from Allison's neighborhood, and she becomes so determined to find the child that Joe fears she may have become obsessed. Meanwhile, Bridgette attempts to learn how to play the clarinet, but it turns out Marie is a natural.

  • Allison believes she is having after effects from her recent brain surgery after experiencing strange symbols as visions. However, as the story plays out, it seems the symbols may be the key to uncovering the true identity of a serial killer.

  • When Allison's friend with cancer suddenly dies she suspects a hospital employee may be at fault. Meanwhile, Bridgette writes a story that closely follows what later happens at Joe's job interview.

  • When Ariel acts strangely, Allison becomes worried that her daughter might be possessed with the spirit of a murdered stripper who wants revenge on her killer.

  • Allison and her family deal with the outcome and possible lasting effects from her brain surgery. Also, the owner of a local television station asks Devalos and Scanlon to investigate the possible stalking of his sportscaster, who is also his wife.

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