Medium: Season 3
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Top Customer Reviews
But "Do you believe in ghosts?" seems to be a popular perennial topic. People love arguing over the afterlife and what shape it will take. Interestingly enough, at the same time MEDIUM was airing, GHOST WHISPERER was already in development at another network. GHOST WHISPERER focuses more on relationship-driven plots, but does occasionally deal with crime victims.
From the very beginning, though, MEDIUM was all about the crimes. Think of it as CSI with ghosts. Court TV also offers PSYCHIC DETECTIVES, a reality-based recreation of criminal cases that were solved, or at least investigated, by real psychics. There is plenty of interest in the subject, and the market doesn't appear to be nearing saturation yet.
In fact, the show is based - somewhat - on the real life of Allison DuBois, a practicing psychic who once interned at the district attorney's office in Glendale, Arizona. The character Allison DuBois, portrayed so charmingly by Patricia Arquette, is also a wife and mother of three daughters. Haunted by her dreams and contacts with the afterlife, Allison is drawn to solving crimes. In the opening season, she was met with staunch resistance but eventually won a position in the district attorney's office.Read more ›
This is very good TV, well acted and well written, but as always, not a kid friendly show, but good for a late night scare!
Since season 1, my favorite Joe's appearance became increased and Alison getting chubby.
This is the great marketing by production because most house wives are far from "Desperate house wives" beauty but they (include me) need husband like Joe.
He listens to wife, took care of their kids, has lot of hair, even he makes coffee for them and gives good night kisses for kids!! What a perfect husband he is!
My favorite program was "Valentine's day" (am I correct?). Alison was someone's personality but Joe escorted (follow) wherever she goes. That theme music and Joe's sorry face was in my head for a whole and constantly made me cry at work. Gush!
I'll guarantee you you'll stock this show if you are 30 something or up. No offence, but don't waste your time at "Ghost wispier" like as I used to.
But this set, great show!
Patricia Arquette is breathtaking to watch. The scene in "Be Kind, Rewind" where she wakes up in a hospital bed to make a gruesome discovery sets the hair standing on end on my arms. In "The One Behind the Wheel" Arquette takes on a different character of Sandra and totally plays the differences with astounding concentration.
Jake Weber's character endures a violent encounter in "Joe Day Afternoon" in an apparent homage to "Dog Day Afternoon." Weber's character stews in his subsequent depression to create a well-stirred sauce of self-pity and very real demands on his household.
Ariel played by now teen heartthrob Sofia Vassilieva has a great episode in a homage to the film "Carrie" where we see the same vat of blood poured upon her head. Maria Lark as Bridget is hysterical in the gag real as she pronounces her math teacher's name about 50 different ways.
The themes this season are also extremely heady. In "Second Opinion" we see the fears of families facing leukemia. In "The Boy Next Door," "Very Merry Maggie," and "The Whole Truth" we face predators & child abuse.
Neve Campbell's portrayal of the reporter who befriends and betrays Allison turned my stomach with such a brazen but reasonable character.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting and creative storylines. I love trying to figure out the outcome and I'm always surprised by each episode's ending.Published 14 hours ago by Lisa
Really enjoy this series. Mystery and intrigue plus realistic family relationships with a touch of the supernatural. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Lisa Kay
I really love this show it is entertaining and keeps me coming back for the next showPublished 6 days ago by Terri
Love medium. Huge fan. So happy Amazon has it now that Netflix dropped it.Published 6 days ago by lisa zolesi
Long time Medium fan! Started watching on Neflix and then they removed the show. I was super excited to see it on Amazon Video!Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
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