Follows Theresa Caputo, a normal mom from New York who balances a full family life with her ability to communicate with the dead. Each episode will show how this gift impacts her life and the lives of those around her.
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Series revolves around Theresa Caputo as she takes clients on an emotional and spiritual journey with the afterlife, including finding closure with recently departed loved ones and navigating the demands of her retired husband, 21-year-old son and somewhat skeptical 17-year-old daughter.Written by
I never heard of this show until I ran across it by accident. TLC was doing one of those things where they play one episode after another. I started watching and was absolutely hooked in just a few minutes. Theresa is the real deal. It's so obvious that she's telling people stuff that she never could have known except through a connection with "Spirit" as she calls it. The shock on people's face when she tells them stuff she could not have known or found out is evident and authentic. Aside from that, Theresa herself seems to be bursting with "joie de vivre." She's having a good time with her family, her life and the people in it and she's using her gift to help others. I highly recommend you give this show a chance. If you don't believe in mediums or spirits, it may just make a believer out of you. If it doesn't, I still think you'll enjoy watching Theresa and her family go along dealing with day to day life and factoring in her gift along with that.
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