NBC Sees Renewal For ‘Medium’

May 7, 2007  •  Post A Comment

NBC has renewed psychic drama “Medium” for a fourth season, the network announced Monday.
“‘Medium’ is a quality show with an outstanding star that has always delivered a very loyal audience,” said Kevin Reilly, president, NBC Entertainment. “We are pleased to know that we can look forward to more of its unique storytelling next year under executive producer Glenn Gordon Caron’s superb creative vision.”
“Medium” has experienced a ratings downturn since moving to its 10 p.m. Wednesday night time period this season, where airs up against ABC’s “Lost.” The show has averaged a 3.0 rating among adults 18 to 49, according to Nielsen. But renewal makes sense for fourth-place NBC, which could give the show a less competitive time slot in the fall.
“Medium” is produced by CBS Paramount Network Television, Picturemaker Productions, Inc. in association with and Grammnet Productions. Glenn Gordon Caron is creator and executive producer.

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