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"Ghost Whisperer" Gets Picked Up

jlovehewitt.jpgThe main character of "Ghost Whisperer" may talk to the dead, but it's the audience who is listening. That's why ABC News says that CBS is picking the freshman drama up for a second season.

Everyone's favorite connection to the afterlife, James Van Praagh, is very pleased. And why shouldn't he be? As consultant and executive producer, he is getting a piece of the extra season's worth of pie, which means he shouldn't be reading palms for quite some time.

The show stars Jennifer Love Hewitt as Melinda Gordon, a just-married woman who aids the newly dead with wrapping up their earthly loose ends.

"Ghost Whisperer" airs every Friday at 8:00 p.m. (EST) on CBS. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on April 3, 2006 7:55 PM
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I am a Watcher of the ghost whisperer. My brother has been living in a house that he and his fiancee and kids been living in. They heard in the middle of the night voices and a car driven towards the driveway, my brother looked out and saw nothing. He will often feel cold drafts and will see from two different rooms a dark mass and it moves and is not there. I am willing to have someone to either reply or come up to experience the dilemna. I am looking forward to a reply. Thank You! Lisa

-- Posted by: Lisa Beacraft at April 20, 2006 5:55 PM

I Love this show!!

-- Posted by: m at May 7, 2006 8:14 PM

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