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Ghost Whisperer: The Complete Series (2010)

Jennifer Love Hewitt , David Conrad  |  NR |  DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Jennifer Love Hewitt, David Conrad, Camryn Manheim, Christoph Sanders, Jamie Kennedy
  • Writers: John Gray
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 29
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: October 12, 2010
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003VJTGNO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,865 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Ghost Whisperer: The Complete Series" on IMDb

Special Features


Season One Disc:

- Cast and Crew Commentary
- Additional Scenes
- "Can You See Me: First Season of Ghost Whisperer" Featurette
- "Second Sight: The Clairvoyants of Ghost Whisperer" Featurette
- "A Tour of Grandview"
- "Ghost Whisperer Mythology"
- Blooper Reel

Season Five Disc:

- "Celebrating 100"
- "A Triple Threat"
- "A Season of Changes"
- "The Other Side IV Webseries"
- "Ghost Town"
- "Ghosts of Rockland Memorial"

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Product Description

Melinda Gordon communicates with earthbound spirits, ghosts who cling to the living because they have unfinished business that prevents them from moving beyond the familiar plane of existence that we call life. Inspired in part by the work of famed medium James Van Praagh and of Mary Ann Winkowski, a real-life communicator with spirits, Ghost Whisperer explores the spiritual side of life and death as Melinda navigates among the dead and the living in her sometimes chilling, sometimes heart-rending and sometimes amusing attempts to act as an intermediary between the ghosts and those they haunt. Jim, her husband, worries about the emotional toll this work is taking on his wife as they embark on a new life together. Melinda recently has revealed her gift to her new friend, Delia Banks, a single mom who works in Melinda's antique shop. However, Melinda fears the consequences of drawing Delia into this unconventional world. Melinda also shared her secret with quirky Professor Rick Payne, an expert in occult beliefs and history who thrives on helping her gain insights into the more baffling paranormal phenomena she encounters. For her part, Melinda accepts her unique abilities as a blessing and sometime curse, but always helps her clients, alive or dead, find emotional closure.

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Season One

Ghost Whisperer is not a show for cynics (or anyone who hates everything with the word "whisperer" attached to it). Though half of the show aims to make your flesh creep, the other half works just as hard to make everything warm and fuzzy. Ghosts walk into Melinda Gordon's life the way snappy dames walked into Sam Spade's office, hitting her up for aid with a hard-luck story and a whole lot of strings attached. Her job is to help them untie the emotional knot that's keeping them earthbound--which usually involves, in one way or another, telling a still-living friend or relative how much the dead person loved them. Whether it's a Vietnam vet who never met his son, a standup comedian who committed suicide, a bride who died on her big day, or a poltergeist child, in the end Melinda--assisted by her hunky paramedic husband Jim and vaguely useless best friend Andrea--will find a way to lead them to the light. (Ghost Whisperer is evasive about its theological implications, but Melinda's black-hatted nemesis from the season's end has a distinctly devilish air.)

Keeping a foot in both worlds as Melinda is Jennifer Love Hewitt (Party of Five, Garfield), an actress who doesn't seem entirely natural; between her cartoonish physical dimension (the show isn't shy about displaying her bosom), her fake eyelashes, and the seemingly molded contours of her face, she's like a life-sized doll. Unfortunately, this quality lends a similarly plastic feel to her telegenic smile and earnest looks of compassion. The scripts are strictly middle-of-the-road tv fare, with obvious turns of plot and heavy-handed emotional crises, but the special effects conjure some eeriness. Extras include docs on the show's development, the lovely opening credits (based on the art of Maggie Taylor), and the paranormal investigators whose work inspired the show, along with a handful of episode commentaries and deleted scenes. Fans will not feel cheated. --Bret Fetzer

Season Two

The second season of Ghost Whisperer--that cornucopia of spookiness, warmhearted crescendos, and cleavage-emphasizing outfits--strengthened the show's basic formula with tighter writing and engaging new characters. After an opening episode that resolves the first season's cliffhangers (with a black-hatted baddie and a beloved "earthbound spirit" in peril), our heroine Melinda Gordon (Jennifer Love Hewitt) launches forward with three new friends: Dr. Rick Payne (Jay Mohr, Jerry Maguire), a prickly, sarcastic professor of the occult; Delia Banks (Camryn Manheim, The Practice), a skeptical but warmhearted realtor who helps Melinda run her antique shop; and Delia's son Ned (Tyler Patrick Jones), a rebellious but goodhearted scamp. More significantly, the ratio of creepy thrills and beatific resolutions has been recalibrated to crank up the thrills. Which is good news--while helping ghosts find the light may be Melinda's reason for being, those happy endings are more satisfying when preceded by scary special effects and what-will-happen-next chills. On top of that, the show's creators carefully weave in a season-long story arc that culminates a three-episode conclusion (which, naturally, leaves plenty of questions open for the third season to investigate) involving a rival ghost whisperer whose motivations are not so selfless as Melinda's. Clearly, the show's fans were hungry for more of Melinda's stoic, hunky husband Jim (David Conrad); not only does he get many more opportunities to be unflinchingly supportive, he gets haunted by a supermodel and has a best friend who starts dating Delia. Stories range from a vengeful cheerleader to a phantom dog to an old boyfriend of Melinda's, who even in death hasn't gotten over her winsomeness. Most often people are haunted by family members and lost loved ones, who--though they knock things over, possess the living, and generally raise a ruckus--are almost always seeking forgiveness or to pass on sage advice. Through it all, Melinda summons her pluck and marches into danger wearing what seems to be an endless supply of flowy coats and low-cut party dresses. Ghost Whisperer is a love-it-or-hate-it show, and those who love it do so passionately. The show's creators reciprocate with an abundance of extras, ranging from earnest episode commentaries and behind-the-scenes docs to a series of "webisodes" of an internet serial about a bicycle delivery guy learning to cope with death to a peculiar "Jennifer Love Hewitt Speed Painting Video." --Bret Fetzer

Season Three

The first thing you'll notice about the third season of Ghost Whisperer: More special effects! In the opening episode, a street collapses into a black, yawning crevasse. Eternally dewy Jennifer Love Hewitt stars as Melinda Gordon, who speaks to the dead with a firm glint in her eye and an abundance of cleavage (though the costume department is a tad more discreet this time around). With the assistance of her hunky husband (David Conrad), her skeptical best friend (Camryn Manheim, The Practice), and a wisecracking professor of the occult (Jay Mohr, Saturday Night Live), Melinda helps ghosts cross over to the other side. But woven through the entire third season is Melinda's investigation into her own family secrets (featuring Martin Donovan, The Opposite of Sex, as Melinda's mysterious father), culminating in a high-stakes season finale that's much more satisfying that season two's fairly forced conclusion. Mind you, this season is unlikely to convert viewers who prefer their ghost stories without warmhearted resolutions (almost every ghost just needs to tell someone how much he/she love him/her), but there are some clever twists and setups: A dead photographer creates pictures from the afterlife; a mother actively cultivates being haunted by her dead son because she's afraid he's too young to cross over on his own. Several episodes reveal how the town of Grandview is built on the ruins of an older city, which is--surprise!--full of unhappy ghosts. This gesture towards cultivating a mythology smacks a bit of Buffy the Vampire Slayer or The X-Files, but who doesn't like a haunted underworld? The more the show leans towards spookiness and sprinkles the earnestness on lightly, the stronger it is. Fans will be pleased with the abundance of extras, which include commentaries, webisodes, making-of documentaries, backstory about Melinda, and an entertainingly snarky interview with Mohr. --Bret Fetzer


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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Show!! December 14, 2010
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Take it from someone who watched this show and was there from the very beginning up to the very last episode, this show is PHENOMENAL. First, they could not have chosen a better cast. Jennifer Love Hewitt plays Melinda Gordon, the lead character, and yes, the ghost whisperer. She plays her part perfectly; she will have you cheering, crying, and laughing right along with her. Even when she doesn't say anything, she exudes both confidence and innocence, exactly what this show calls for. David Conrad was also an amazing cast as Melinda's husband Jim Clancy. He portrays the strong yet sensitive husband, and very believably. He has his own story to share, but is always there when Melinda needs him. Together Conrad and Hewitt make the perfect couple, the one that everyone longs to become.

Along with Conrad and Hewitt, there is also Aisha Tyler (as Andrea Marino, seasons 1-2), Jay Mohr (as Rick Payne, seasons 2-4), Camryn Manheim (as Delia Banks, seasons 2-5), Jamie Kennedy (as Eli James, seasons 4-5), Christoph Sanders (as Ned Banks, seasons 3-5) and, of course, the cute little Connor Gibbs (as Aiden Lucas, season 5). Each and every one of them brings their own story, their own drama and even their own sense of humor.

The stories and writing are original, creative, and fantastic. Even if you don't believe in ghosts, spirits, or people who can talk to them, these stories will make you believe. It will make you believe in the strength there is to be found after losing someone. Believe in the hope just one person can give an entire community. And believe that love truly never dies.
To put it short, if you want a real show, one that brings light into your life and one that will inspire you, then watch Ghost Whisperer. Follow its many ups and downs, and feel a little better off for it.
And if you don't believe me, go to Ghost Whisperer's fan pages and read what people have to say about this show. Trust me, you won't be dissappointed.

~Ghostlight
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good to have now that it's gone December 9, 2010
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Having GW on DVD is good now that's it's been cancelled. This is one show in which I don't mind seeing reruns. The behind the scenes and interviews are fun to watch.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Show! December 14, 2010
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I usually don't watch much TV, but I happened to catch a couple of re runs of this show and was so impressed, I just had to have the complete set on DVD. My experiences are limited to vivid dreams of loved ones who have passed on, but this show will make you at least consider the possibilities of what could be. I am currently on the 4th season with one more season to go and I just love every episode so far. Buy this set! You won't be sorry!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love It! May 30, 2011
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What is there not to love?! The series was extremely entertaining, season five may not be the best but all the seasons beforehand make up for it :). Great quality.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars ghost whisperer pack October 21, 2011
By yahweh
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Happy to have recieved the ghost whisperer complete series pack. Was dissapointed that they where not compatable to our new dvd players. Have to use older player because the region code is not compatable, never had this problem with other dvds i have bought from amazon.Thought that was taken care of when country was put in. Anyway still able to watch them on one dvd player. michael
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome!!!! December 1, 2010
By kdm91
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I love it!! It was definately worth the money this is a great show that I will watch over and over again with
my family
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy way to make someone happy November 2, 2011
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I surprised my wife with the Ghost Whisper collection for her birthday. I was going to purchase one season at a time as they are pretty pricey, but on Amazon I found the whole 5 year collection for what two seasons would cost in any other store. My wife loves the series, it is an entertaining program and something to keep you busy on stormy days or weekends.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Ghost Whisperer February 12, 2011
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I enjoyed Ghost Whisperer because it shared a little girls story of how she could see ghosts of the people that died, at first she was scared of them until her Grandmother told her that she had the power to see them also. Her Grandmother helped them to take care of their unfinished business then go into the light.

The end of the series was great because her son Aiden help bring the shadows out of her. He helped save her because she was his hero and he didn't want anything to happen to her. I was just sorry that was the end of the series, I would liked to have seen more of Ghost Whisperer.
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How many seasons are included?
5 seasons. The show only has 5 seasons.
Aug 27, 2010 by Kenny_Chisholm |  See all 2 posts
Does this dvd has spanish subtitles?
I was wondering the same thing ... I look for it as the ghost whisperer spanish and found 2 seasons with subtitles, season 1 and 5 but apparently... This DVDs will not play on most DVD players sold in the US or Canada [Region 1]. This item requires a region specific or multi-region DVD player... Read More
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