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CBS has already renewed Ghost Whisperer for a fifth season. So, everything´s good for Ghost Whisperer!

Gotta say it… what a great development league turned out to be Party of Five, right?

Ghost Whisperer is an Emmy Award-nominated American television series created by John Gray. It first premiered on CBS on September 23, 2005. Currently in its fourth season, the show was renewed for a fifth season consisting of 24 episodes, which are expected to begin airing in September. The series follows the life of Melinda Gordon, a young woman from Grandview, New York, who has the ability to see and communicate with the dead. Melinda lives with her husband Jim, and is the owner of an antique shop. Ghosts seek Melinda’s help in relaying a message to the ghost’s loved ones or completing a task that will put the spirit to rest, and allow them to “cross over” into The Light, a metaphor presented by the show as its conception of Heaven.

What is Ghost Whisperer About? – Plot

Ghost Whisperer is based on the work of “Spirit Communicator” James Van Praagh, who is co-executive producer and constantly updates a blog about the show through CBS. The stories are also said to be based in part on the work of “Spirit Communicator” Mary Ann Winkowski. Development of the show dates back to at least two years before its premiere.

The show is currently produced by Sander/Moses Productions in association with CBS Paramount Network Television (originally CBS Productions in season one) and ABC Studios (originally Touchstone Television in the first two seasons).

The show is filmed on the Universal Studios back lot in Hollywood. One area on the lot is Courthouse Square from the Back to the Future trilogy, though it has been drastically modified to portray Grandview. For example, the clock tower present in Back to the Future has been completely covered up. Cast and crew members also believe that the set gets visits from real spirits.

Sound effects are completed at Smart Post Sound. Visual effects for the pilot and some season 1 episodes were completed at Flash Film Works. Visual effects for nearly the entire series have been created at Eden FX.

The hair stylist for the show’s protagonist, Melinda Gordon (played by Jennifer Love Hewitt), was five-time Emmy Award-nominated hair designer Michael Reitz.

Are you happy that Ghost Whisperer gets renewed for a new season by CBS?