Az ember génjeibe van kódolva az ismeretlenhez való vonzódás, s így mindannyiunk számára megmagyarázhatatlan kötődést jelentenek a természetfeletti erők. A témához kapcsolódó filmek és sorozatok éppen ezért mindig nagy népszerűségre tesznek szert. A médium című misztikus krimi-sorozat kulcsfigurája a Patricia Arquette által megformált Allison Dubois. A valós személy által ihletett jogászhallgatónak furcsa álmai vannak: élethű víziók, melyekben valamilyen bűntény vagy annak előjátéka történik meg. Allison férje egy nap elküldi felesége néhány álom-leírását a kerületi ügyészségre, hátha ott ráismernek néhány régi bűntényre. És így is történik. Ám ezek nem lezárt, hanem jelenleg is aktuális, megoldatlan ügyek, így Allison rövidesen az ügyészségnek kezd dolgozni. Őt hívják az olyan ügyekhez, melyeket hagyományos úton nem lehet megoldani, s Allison a különleges adottságával segíti a nyomozók munkáját.
Joe tries to prove that Allison's dreams are stress related by sending descriptions of them to law enforcement agencies. However, when one of her dreams matches a homicide in Texas, his attempt is thwarted.
Megérzés és bizonyosság
Allison questions her powers when her old boss asks for her help in selecting a jury that will reinstate the death penalty for a murderer/rapist. This causes Allison to suspect that she has helped put the wrong man on death row.
A Couple of Choices
Allison has a dream of a husband and wife committing a murder/suicide. D.A. Devalos introduces her to a friend of his, Detective Lee Scanlon, who's sister and brother in-law's deaths were also ruled a murder/suicide, and sees a connection. After learning about Allison's methods of investigation, Scanlon decides he doesn't want her help.
Night of the Wolf
Allison tries convincing Devalos that she heard a witness misinforming a police sketch artist, making them look for the wrong man. Meanwhile, 6-year-old Bridgette's new playmate indicates that another member of the family can see the dead.
In Sickness and Adultery
Allison seeks Catherine's (the psychic she talked to in "Pilot") help after learning that Joe has scheduled a biopsy exam. The psychic gives her a strange message that later comes back to haunt Allison. A case about the homicide of a police officer takes a shocking turn when Allison dreams where the murder weapon is located and is then called to the stand to testify how she obtained the information. Meanwhile, Allison fears that Joe is having an affair when he repeatedly comes home late from work.
Allison runs into the man who kidnapped her daughter in one of her dreams at the District Attorney's office. She learns that he is a "Good Samaritan" who witnessed a robbery and is fully cooperating. After learning that he has kidnapped multiple young women, Allison reaches a roadblock in her investigation that leads her to yet another unbelievable breakthrough in the case. Meanwhile, Joe tutors Ariel in math, which in turn brings Allison to another shocking discovery.
Allison investigates the supposed suicide of a girl who was dating D.A. Larry Watt's son Greg. When the girl's body is found in a ravine, new evidence is presented that implicates the defense attorney. Meanwhile, Joe is concerned about one of his colleagues after Allison has a premonition of the colleague having a heart attack.
After Alison has a terrible dream of her soldier brother dying, she gets a surprise at her front door. Meanwhile, Allison and Devalos work on an arson case and Allison has trouble getting information from the ghost of a young girl who died in the fire.
Allison's daughter Ariel dreams that she is a young girl named Sarah being held captive by an ogre in a castle. While Joe agonizes over the possibility that both of his daughters have inherited their mother's psychic abilities, Allison tries to help Ariel and interpret the dream. However, Allison's advice provokes Ariel to run away from a field trip in order to follow up a clue.
The Other Side of the Tracks
Allison's recurring dream about two young boys racing a train is analyzed by Dr. Leonard Cardwell, but Allison soon learns that he's involved. Devalos investigates the case of a 14-year-old who confessed to murder.
I Married a Mind Reader
Allison gets sick and entertains herself by watching a '60s sitcom called "I Married a Mind Reader." The male star was convicted of killing his wife, the female star. Allison's dreams take her back to the '60s, which for her end up being a time of deceit, lies, and secrets.
A Priest, a Doctor and a Medium Walk into an Execution Chamber
The girlfriend of a convicted drug lord is killed on the night of his execution. The drug lord's ghost is seen at the crime scene, and Allison is brought in to investigate. Also, Allison discovers a dark secret about the mother of a boy that Ariel has a crush on.
Being Mrs. O'Leary's Cow
Evidence shows that a pilot is indeed guilty of his wife's murder. However, in Allison’s dream, when the pilot is put in jail, there is a plane crash where hundreds of people are killed. Should Allison put forth the evidence to land this guilty man in jail, or let him go free in order to save hundreds of innocent lives?
In the Rough
When a case from ten years is re-opened, Allison finds herself in a chaotic situation. Things continue to get messier when Allison finds out that the convicted man is innocent, and that someone she knows and trusts may have been involved in his framing.
Penny for Your Thoughts
Allison encounters a psychopathic doctor who raped and murdered numerous teenage girls years ago. After learning that an evil soul has been possessing people, she sets forth to stop it before a new victim is found. Meanwhile, Ariel's math teacher accuses her of cheating and Joe steps up to her defense.
When Push Comes to Shove (1)
After somehow seeing Capt. Kenneth Push in a vision at a murder scene, Allison calls upon his assistance to find a serial killer. However, the only way Capt. Push can help is by literally putting his life on the line.
When Push Comes to Shove (2)
While Capt. Push lingers between life and death, Allison struggles to decipher confusing messages from the other side in an attempt to stop a serial killer before he claims his next victim.
The Song Remains The Same
All outside noise is drowned out as a popular song is continuously played very loud, and only in Allison's head. The song gives Allison clues to the whereabouts of a missing coed.
Time Out of Mind
Allison dreams that she's a woman who's been committed to a mental institution in 1959. After viewing taped sessions from the clinic, Allison discovers that the woman from her dream had made claims of being Allison DuBois, living in 2005.
Allison's recent habit of sleepwalking keeps landing her in dangerous situations. This leaves her exhausted while she hurries to solve a kidnapping case before it's too late.
Allison is having dreams about an old high school friend and decides to find her. Meanwhile a man seeks the district attorney's help in finding his daughter who has been missing for a week.
Allison helps the district attorney put away a murderer whose lawyer is also using a psychic....
Judge, Jury & Executioner
Joe serves his jury duty on a case against a man accused of murdering his rich wife. Allison starts having visions about the man but D.A. Devalos orders her not to work on the case because of a conflict of interests.
Too Close to Call
Allison has a vision that could jeopardize D.A. Devalos' chances for re-election. Meanwhile, Joe runs into an ex-girlfriend from college.
Allison is lead to an art gallery where she encounters the art of a popular artist. While looking at some of his paintings, 3-dimensional images emerge that make her believe that the artist is somehow involved in a crime. Joe gets a job offer from a former co-worker. This episode is partly in 3-D.
Allison dreams about hitting a girl with her car and a woman who's house is haunted. She finds out that the woman killed herself. Now Allison is trying to put all the pieces together.
Method to his Madness
Allison can't get a psychotic murderer out of her head which makes Joe worry about his daughters' well-being.
The spirit of the doctor from episode 1-15 is back and after Allison's daughter Ariel.
Allison helps with the location of a missing child. Afterwards she gets a vision about the child's future and is not sure anymore what she should do to help the child.
A Changed Man
Allison gets a minor concussion when slipping in the bathtub. When she goes to get an MRI she has a strange vision about a man she just met.
Sweet Child O' Mine
Allison has problems with staying impartial about a case when she develops maternal feelings for a teenage boy who is accused of killing his former boss. Bridget finds a stray dog and want's to keep it.
Allisons helps the District Attorney trying to find a missing brother of a close friend. She becomes paranoid about antiterrorist agents from the government. Joe gets uneasy when he suspects that Bridget might be communicating with a dead author.
Lucky in Love
Allison dreams that her brother was involved in a local bank robbery. Her suspicions grow when he unexpectedly shows up in town and gets involved with a con woman.
Allison investigates apparently random killings, endangering her family in the process. Bridget has to do a class presentation about her mom's job.
Three girls are found murdered. Allison's visions connect Det. Scanlon with the case.
The Darkness is Light Enough
Allison repeatedly dreams about a woman who is being watched by a stranger in her bedroom.
Death Takes a Policy
Allison is busy investigating the death of a local doctor when a man claiming to be "Death" begins appearing in her visions, causing her to worry that maybe her time on this world is nearly over.
Twice Upon A Time
Allison dreams of the life she could have had if she'd become the attorney she originally wanted to be.
Four Dreams (1)
Allison's old flame, Clay Bicks, appears at her doorstep moments after dying, unaware that he is dead. When he accepts the fact that he's dead and will never get to be with the woman he loved, he decides he's going to stay in Allison's house so he can at least be close to her. This upsets Joe, and Allison decides that something must be done to get rid of Clay. Meanwhile, Allison shares a bunch of odd dreams with Bridgette, except Bridgette's dreams keep coming to her in the form of cartoons for some reason.
Four Dreams (2)
Allison and Bridgette continue having the same odd dreams as Allison comes closer to figuring out what the dreams mean and how they relate to a series of shootings/killings. Clay still won't leave Allison's house, but his purpose eventually becomes clear and Allison's opinion of him changes. Meanwhile, Devalos' health is evaluated after a rush hospital visit and Scanlon's relationship with the mayor's liaison Lynn takes a turn for the worst.
Be Kind, Rewind
Allison dreams about the same day over and over again. Each time she finds more important clues. Joe tries to get affection from Allison. Ariel has problems at school.
A serial killer from the past begins to possess people so he can kill again. Allison races against the clock to save his next victim, but she becomes a target in the process.
Ghost in the Machine
Allison gets Joe a camcorder for his birthday. But soon she starts seeing disturbing images through it that may or may not be connected to a murder.
Profiles in Terror
Allison helps famous FBI Profiler with a serial killer case. Joe gets concerned when Marie starts to watch static on TV.
Mother's Little Helper
Allison and Ariel are starting to have dreams about a crime. They are dreaming about it from different perspectives, which reveals two suspects.
The Whole Truth
Allison is called to help Devalos investigate the shocking death of a well-respected assemblyman, but for some reason she has visions of a young boy trapped in a well mixed in with her visions of the assemblyman. She must figure out what the dreams of the young boy mean because the dreams of the assemblyman alone aren't enough for her to solve the assemblyman's death.
Better Off Dead
Allison dreams about a strange friendship between two recently murdered ghosts. When she tries to help one of the ghosts solve his murder, she is surprised when he declines her help.
Very Merry Maggie
Allison has unsettling visions about a father abusing his young son (Bryce Robinson), who in turn seeks comfort in a talking doll that may be delivering sinister messages to the child. Meanwhile, health issues rattle Joe as he takes on a looming project deadline.
Arliss Howard reprises his role as Texas Ranger Kenneth Push, who returns to Allison's life when he experiences unnerving visions about a Phoenix-based slaying. Meanwhile, Joe tells a little white lie---and suffers the consequences.
The One Behind the Wheel
Waking up from a dream that allows a mysterious woman calling herself Sandra to take possession of her body, Allison is freaked out and sneaks out of the house. Joe seeks Scanlon's help when her new identity refuses to leave her body.
Allsion had a dream that takes place about 20 years in the future in which Marie dies of leukemia. Upon waking up Allison is determined to keep Marie safe no matter what needs to be done. Joe strongly disagrees with Allison's actions, and tries to convince her to stay rational. Meanwhile Scanlon investigates the sudden death of a close friend.
We Had A Dream
The psychic killer from "S.O.S." escapes from prison, where Allison helped put him, and goes after Allison in her own house.
The Boy Next Door
Allison has recurring dreams of her past, causing strange and shocking changes to her current life. Her dreams of the past threaten her life in the present as she tries to stop a predator before he strikes.
Whatever Possessed You
Devalos is investigating the death of one of his close friends and gets help from Allison, who's been having disturbing dreams about a young woman who appears to be possessed. Meanwhile, Joe talks with his boss to see if he can lead the company's next big project.
Joe Day Afternoon
Time is of the essence when a disgruntled worker with nothing to lose takes Joe and three others hostage. Allison and Ariel are plagued by an overwhelming feeling of dread, as police mobilize to bring the hostage situation to an end.
Allison investigates the case a woman's murdered husband. Meanwhile, her brother Michael gets a job as a telephone hotline psychic which leads him to visit a distressed customer in Arizona - the same customer whose case Allison is investigating.
No One to Watch Over Me
Allison has recurring dreams of her being out in the snow, where she eventually finds a young woman's body. Joe meanwhile returns to work for the first time since the shooting, still trying to deal with the repercussions of the tragedy.
Allison is confused when her dreams of a man murdering his wife keep occurring, even after she helped Devalos convince the jury of the suspected killer's guilt. Through her troubles she manages to make a new friend named Debra. Meanwhile, Joe is frustrated by the therapy sessions that his job enrolled him in, and can't express his feelings to Allison because the recent hostage situation he was in is still greatly affecting him.
Heads Will Roll
The investigation of the murder of Walter Paxton's wife continues, as it is now determined that a serial killer is on the loose. While helping Devalos and Scanlon with the case, Allison discovers that her new friend Debra is the next victim. Allison goes to great lengths to protect Debra, but is shocked to find that her new friend isn't who she thought she was. Meanwhile, Joe debates being part of a lawsuit against Aerodytech, the company he's been loyal to for years.
Everything Comes To A Head
In the third season finale, Allison's life, along with the lives of her family, is uprooted as her psychic abilities are revealed to the public. Allison must now find a way to catch the "recapitator" serial killer on her own, as she can no longer turn to Devalos or Scanlon for help.
Now that Allison's special abilities have been revealed to the public, everyone's lives have been turned upside down. Allison starts to have dreams about a boy who was kidnapped from a toy store, but is unable to turn to Devalos or Scanlon for help. She decides to call the company hired by the missing boy's family and makes an unusual deal with the company's investigator, Cynthia Keener.
But for the Grace of God
Allison tries to help investigator Cynthia Keener find a missing teenage girl. Meanwhile, Ariel dreams of Allison's high school days from the 80's after being asked out to a concert without any chaperones.
To Have and to Hold
Joe brings a reluctant Allison with him to a party at a prospective employer's house. Later on, the employer's daughter disappears, leading Allison to connect her recent dreams about Paris to the disappearance. Now it's up to Allison to save the daughter, which coincidentally will also secure Joe a job.
Do You Hear What I Hear
A young deaf girl is kidnapped, causing Allison to completely lose her hearing. With Allison at a loss, Joe decides to help her and Cynthia Keener investigate the kidnapping.
Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble
Larry Watt, a defense attorney who has caused trouble in Allison's past, asks Allison to be a consultant for him. Low on money, Allison accepts his offer. She later has a dream that his client murdered his wife.
Devalos tries to reclaim the D.A.'s office. Allison's support of Devalos is tested when she has visions of Senator Jed Garrity, Devalos' strongest political supporter, involved in a horrible conspiracy.
Burn Baby Burn (1)
Joe's mother pays a surprise visit, which worries Allison because she hasn't seen her since her psychic abilities became public knowledge. Meanwhile, Cynthia Keener tries to push Allison's dreams towards outstanding cases and Devalos and Scanlon are reunited with Allison in an unexpected way after an arson-related murder.
Burn Baby Burn (2)
Allison tries to find the link between Ariel's prediction of a classmate's mother's death, dreams related to her case with Cynthia, and Devalos' murder case. She also must try to keep her mother-in-law Marjorie's secret hidden from Joe.
Wicked Game (1)
While working to locate a missing local girl, Allison learns about secrets from Cynthia Keener's past. Meanwhile, Joe's relationship with Allison is tested after Bridgette's science class project sparks his imagination.
Wicked Game (2)
A shocking and brutal conclusion awaits Allison and Cynthia as they delve into the decade-old case of the kidnapping and murder of Cynthia's daughter. Meanwhile, Joe tries to get funding for a new invention and Bridgette predicts good fortunes for her dad.
As Allison teams up with Scanlon to track down the dangerous "cougar" they believe is responsible for the murders of young men, she also has visions that Devalos' campaign is in jeopardy, with someone plotting against him.
Partners in Crime
When Joe presents his new solar power-based invention to an investment firm, he piques the interest of venture capitalist Meghan Doyle. Meanwhile, FBI profiler agent Edward Cooper claims his return to Phoenix is to track down another serial killer, but Allison's dreams tell her otherwise.
A Cure for What Ails You
Allison has visions of a friend of Scanlon and Lynn DiNovi dying in a home mishap. This causes her to struggle with connecting some recent "accidental" deaths, consequently putting her own health in jeopardy.
Allison meets Meghan Doyle, Joe's new business partner. Meanwhile, her old car stops working and Joe surprises her with a nice looking used car. The car ends up being the center of a horrible unsolved crime though.
Being Joey Carmichael
Allison has dreams that help Scanlon in his search to find out who killed a wealthy local drug dealer. Allison and Scanlon are dumbfounded when Allison's dreams lead them to a severely impaired man with a bullet stuck in his brain. Meanwhile, Joe's partnership with Meghan Doyle is put in jeopardy.
In the fourth season finale, Allison tries to help a young couple who thinks their house is haunted, but her efforts result in murder. Meanwhile, Meghan Doyle tries to sell her controlling interest in Joe's invention and Joe tries to save his own stake in it. Also, the election between Devalos and Tom Van Dyke takes place.
Delavos receives help from Allison when he investigates the murder of his friends sister. But the case is taken into an unexpected direction when when Allison's visions involves the friend's former husband and current spouse. On the domestic front, Bridgette finds herself in trouble at school when she is caught drawing pictures of her teacher in the nude.
Things to Do in Phoenix When You're Dead
Allison dreams of a ghost who was a witness to several murders. Meanwhile, Ariel has a strange reaction to an assignment in health class.
A Person of Interest
While working on a 17 year-old-crime, Allison exhibits unusual behavior that may be pivotal in solving the case, but at the same time puts her family at risk. Meanwhile, Joe's dinner invitation to a colleague yields surprising results.
...About Last Night
Allison wakes up under a freeway overpass, not knowing where she is or how she got there. Her lack of recent memory causes her to start thinking she may have killed someone with her car.
A Taste of Her Own Medicine
Allison is asked to help find a missing daughter and her visions seem to incriminate her father, but Allison believes this is wrong after a chat with the woman's mother. Meanwhile, Joe is suffering from sleep deprivation, while Scanlon and Lynn's relationship is severely tested.
A horrific apocalyptic dream has Allison shaken, as does the earthquake which follows. Convinced that the end is near, Allison seeks wisdom from her survival guru and purchasing provisions. Meanwhile, Ariel has a crush on a upperclassman who needs help with his geometry class
A Necessary Evil
Allison is visited once again by the ghost of Agent Cooper, who tries to help her figure out who the real murderer is in a confusing case. Allison begins to question Agent Cooper's motives though and is unsure whether or not she should heed his advice.
Truth Be Told
Allison has a dream about a game show that can detect lies, and upon waking up she hears a buzzer in her head whenever someone tells her a lie. Allison's new talent is put to good use during a murder investigation.
All In the Family
Allison investigates when a brother and sister report the disappearance of their mother. Meanwhile, Joe's sister moves in with Joe and Allison after walking out on her husband Ryan, but Joe's father has advice from beyond the grave about her relationship.
Allison and Devalos are shot and Allison awakens in 2004, five years earlier and now nine months pregnant with her third child, Marie. Allison's dreams informs her about an innocent man who will be convicted of murder, and she works to clear his name.
The Devil Inside (1)
Allison comes face-to-face with her stalker from her dreams. He believes he is doing God's work and must stop her. Allison and her family must remain under house arrest until they capture him. Meanwhile, Joe agonizes over whether or not to make a big gamble that could potentially save his company.
The Devil Inside (2)
Allison’s possessed stalker, Lucas Harvey, continues to torment her by infiltrating her dreams and causing her to be less than reliable to Devalos and Scanlon during an investigation of serial killings. Meanwhile, Joe tries to use Marie's new gift of picking the right stock as a way to save his company.
How to Make a Killing in Big Business (1)
Allison leaves her job at the D.A.'s office after she's recruited to work for the Lydecker Corporation by another psychic who works there. While enjoying her new job, Allison still regrets leaving the D.A.'s office so suddenly, and has dreams about a serial killer running loose in Phoenix. Meanwhile, extenuating circumstances cause Ariel to start taking pills.
How to Make a Killing in Big Business (2)
While at her new job at the Lydecker Corporation, Allison shares the dreams she's been having of the serial killer in Phoenix with Devalos and Scanlon. Her new boss finds out though, and tells her that her dreams belong to him and she must stop sharing them with others.
How to Make a Killing in Big Business (3)
Allison struggles with her decision to switch jobs. When continues to have visions about a serial killer she is forced to choose between honoring the contract with her new job and sharing her information with the police.
The Man in the Mirror
After falling into a coma during an investigation, Allison's spirit finds it's way into the body of a man named Todd Emory. Joe and the kids have to adjust to living with Allison's spirit in the body of Todd, who insists on living with them.
The First Bite is the Deepest
Allison turns to Cynthia Keener (who is now in jail) when she starts dreaming of a former kidnap victim who Cynthia had once rescued.
The Talented Ms. Boddicker
While Allison is coping with Joe's job relocation to San Diego, she dreams about and then subsequently meets a bank teller named Mrs. Boddicker who predicted a robbery at her bank.
Bring Me the Head of Oswaldo Castillo (1)
Allison finds out she has a brain tumor and must get surgery to get rid of it, but then has a dream that the surgery will take away her dreams after dreaming that Castillo is going to kill Joe and the girls.
Deja Vu All Over Again
Allison and her family deal with the outcome of her brain surgery and its possible lasting effects. Also, a local television station owner asks Devalos and Scanlon to look into the possible stalking of his sportscaster, who is also his wife.
Who's That Girl?
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.
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.
The Medium is the Message
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.
On the 100th episode of Medium, an infant is kidnapped and Allison investigates the disappearance. But when she becomes too obsessed with the infant, Joe starts to get worried about her. Meanwhile, Bridgette and Joe are surprised after Marie manages to play the clarinet without any issues even though she hasn't attended any classes, while Bridgette is struggling to play.
The film "Night of the Living Dead" gets Allison nightmares where scenes from the movie are put in her mind. It results in her getting cuts and bite marks and even clues that lead to hear funeral director's killer.
When Allison's car is wrecked, the SUV she rents turns out to have some unusual features, including a satellite radio that allows her to hear other people's conversations.
Once in a Lifetime
Allison fears the worst about Ariel's new boyfriend when she suspects him of murdering a man. Also, Bridgette posts embarrassing videos of a man on the Internet and gets into trouble.
The Future's So Bright
Odd things occur for Allison, starting with her new sensitivity to light and the fact that the sunglasses she wears shows mysterious numbers that can tie into people's life expectancies. Like that wasn't enough, Allison has a dream about Joe's dad, causing Joe to begin taking better care of his health.
You Give Me Fever
Samples of a lethal viral disease vanish, a dire development that pushes Allison to tap into her extrasensory ability to foil a possible large-scale bioterrorism attack. Meanwhile, Scanlon prepares to pop the big question to Lynn (Tina DiJoseph), but Bridgette's visions indicate that their relationship could meet an ill-destined end
An Everlasting Love
Allison teams up with a dead man to help solve a case, only to realize she's been hoodwinked.
Allison wrestles with a particularly disturbing dream, all while trying to figure out why a recently paroled convict is so intent on destroying her boss.
Allison believes that a paranoid schizophrenic girl was framed for her parents' murder years ago. Meanwhile, Bridgette suffers through the agony of her first crush on a guy friend.
Will The Real Fred Rovick Please Stand Up
With everyone caught up in the sensational trial of luscious young Gloria, accused of the murder of her 93 year old husband, Allison begins seeing the face of a man named Fred everywhere she goes.
How To Beat a Bad Guy
After Allison is mugged, she decides to take charge by enrolling in self-defense classes. Also, Devalos investigates a teenager's rape and an undercover cop's possible murder, and the suspect may have very close ties to Scanlon.
Allison Rolen Got Married
It's 1993, and a pregnant Allison is about to marry Joe. But when she has a premonitory dream about one of the wedding guests, and Joe treats the incident with awkward disbelief, Allison gets a bad case of cold feet just as the wedding march starts to play.
There Will Be Blood...Type A
Allison and her daughters dream of the same mysterious girl who may be linked to the bizarre serial murders of entire families. Joe and his boss find themselves at odds while working on a major project.
There Will Be Blood...Type B
Allison bonds with the mysterious girl from her dreams who she now must protect when the serial killer eyes the girl as the next target.
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.
Time Keeps on Slippin
A distressed Ariel begins to lose hours and then years of time in her life and must look to her future self to find out how to get back to the present.
When an animal rights activist working undercover at a farm goes missing, Allison befriends a pig that could hold the key to the woman's whereabouts. Also, Joe's special birthday gift from Marie leaves him wondering how she was able to obtain it.
It's a Wonderful Death
When Allison's brain tumor resurfaces, its aftermath could have life-altering consequences for her friends and family, on the sixth season finale of MEDIUM.
Bring Your Daughter To Work Day
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.
The Match Game
While investigating a rash of murders, Allison sees floating symbols above people's heads, signs that she thinks could match them with their perfect mate. Also, Joe is put in a tough situation when one of his employees accuses another of sexual harassment.
Means and Ends
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.
How to Kill a Good Guy
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.
Talk to the Hand
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.
Where Were You When...?
When Allison begins having flashes to a specific time in the future, her sense of dread grows as she feels more and more powerless to stop a catastrophic event from occurring.
Suddenly unable to understand the spoken word, Allison's marriage shows signs of strain and she develops an unexpected friendship with a linguist. Unable to communicate with his wife, Joe reaches the limits of his patience being married to a woman who is a slave to her visions.
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.
The People in Your Neighborhood
Allison's visions about the convicted sex offender new to her neighborhood have her questioning his guilt, even though her neighbors are furious about him moving in. Plus, Joe's potential career opportunity doesn't mesh with Allison's professional future.
Blood on the Tracks
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.
Only Half Lucky
Allison's dreams question her brother's recent good fortune; the Devalos campaign sees Bridgette as an asset.
A man wants Allison to help discover how his wife disappeared; Marie's breakdown in school causes concern for the Dubois parents.
Me Without You
When Allison becomes a lawyer and Joe starts a new job, the Dubois family is forever changed on the series finale of Medium.