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Recommended TV Shows on Psychic Mediumship

March 3, 2019


There are many television programs that showcase psychic and mediumship gifts. Some favorites include The Long Island Medium, The Hollywood Medium, and Medium, which is a fictional series based on real-life medium, Allison Dubois. There are a few programs that dig a little deeper into psychic and mediumship phenomenon which are lesser known but perhaps stronger examples of the variation of psychic gifts.

Psychic Kids was an A&E series that ran from 2008 through 2010 and followed a psychic-medium and a clinical psychologist in their efforts to help psychic children and their families cope, validate, empower and understand psychic abilities. It was a glimpse into how psychics and mediums first experience their gifts as children and how to reduce fears of communicating with the dead. This series is available on Amazon Prime and I highly recommend it for psychic mediums who are revisiting their gifts after they have been dormant for a significant amount of time or for people who have children who are exhibiting psychic gifts.

Another interesting series and my personal favorite, The Dead Files is a popular Travel Channel show that follows a psychic medium and a retired homicide detective as they investigate hauntings and other destructive psychic phenomenon ( Amy Allan and Steve DiSchiavi are partners lending a research-based lens to an otherwise paranormal investigation plot. This series has been running for several years and is currently in it's 11th season. Although it is definitely creepy, this show is a remarkable glimpse into how mediums pick up and read lower frequencies and how historical research and interviews with families impacted by phenomenon can be supports to psychic medium efforts rather than an attempt to discredit these gifts.

Check out these shows if you're interested in something a little darker and a little more fast-paced than the mainstream television offerings. You won't regret it;)




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