Jake wont be happy. Touch wrapped its first season with soft numbers in last night’s two-part finale.
The Kiefer Sutherland series averaged 4.65 million total viewers across its two-hour run, scoring a 1.3 demo rating.
This is some 23 percent down from the show’s previous installment, which, it should be mentioned, had the boost of an American Idol lead-in.
Touch returns with a second season this fall on Fridays, with a lot more Maria Bello and hopefully a lot less exasperation from Martin. The series has the honor of leading in the final season of Fringe.