Watched the season finale for Medium, and came away sorely unimpressed. If you don't want anything given away, quit reading while I kvetch...
The whole series is based on a real-world person, Allison DuBois, who helps the police solve crimes by giving them evidence gained from visions she experiences in her dreams. In the season finale, a reporter reveals to the world that Allison DuBois (the television show Allison DuBois) helps the police solve crimes by giving them evidence gained from visions she experiences in her dreams. The world is shocked--shocked, I tell you!--and she becomes a pariah. One character refers to her as "toxic."
Problem is, this is a series based on a real person who purportedly does this in the real world. And she's respected, successful, an author of several popular books, and a woman who--get this--has a television series inspired by her life. Scarcely a toxic pariah, huh?
Makes the whole season finale seems overly melodramatic and pointless, doesn't it?