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Ghost Whisperer - Season 1

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Melinda Gordon inherited her 'gift' - the ability to see and talk with the spirits of dead people - from, and was coached in its use by her grandmother. Ever since she was a young girl, Melinda Gordon has been able to see and talk to dead people, earthbound spirits who have yet to cross over to the other side and who seek her help in communicating and resolving unfinished business with the living. Melinda sometimes has a hard time accepting her 'gift,' especially now that she's a newlywed and looking forward to starting her new life with her husband, Jim Clancy, a paramedic.  
44 min
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New York Daily News
If TV really wants a success built around this actress, someone in Hollywood should pay attention to her chameleonic and comedic role in "Heartbreakers," and give her a role that plays to those strengths, instead of something this translucent.
September 23, 2005
If restless spirits and Hewitt's more tangible assets can animate this rickety formula, then CBS' crystal ball is clearly working magic.
September 23, 2005
San Francisco Chronicle
It's laughably ridiculous.
September 23, 2005
Los Angeles Times
There are some potholes along the way, as the script sacrifices sense to sentiment.
September 23, 2005
New York Times
Neither Ms. Hewitt nor her series are malevolent forces, and the producers can feel as good as they choose about a cloying job well done.
September 23, 2005
Boston Globe
At times during ''Ghost Whisperer," the sentiment is so thick you might want to go away from the light -- the light from the TV set, that is.
September 23, 2005
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The problem is a lack of depth; "Joan of Arcadia," the series this is replacing, had heartfelt moments and significant emotion behind its storylines. Whereas this has Love telling ghosties to head for the light.
September 23, 2005
There's no bottom to this show's sentimentality.
September 23, 2005