Press release from E! Entertainment, July 29, 2015:
E! is bridging the gap from this realm to the next with the new series “Hollywood Teen Medium” (working title). Following the life of 19-year old Tyler Henry, the series explores the world of this self-proclaimed clairvoyant medium as he balances his unique abilities with trying to be a regular teenager. Formerly of a small-town and now living in the big city, Tyler has quickly become one of Hollywood’s top mediums, bringing messages from the heavens and profound visions to today’s hottest stars. “Hollywood Teen Medium” (working title) is an eight-episode, hour-long series.
“This series adds a new layer of mystery and intrigue to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood that our audience is so passionate about,” said Jeff Olde, Executive Vice President, Original Programming & Development, E! “Tyler’s innocent charm puts celebrities instantly at ease, and viewers will see him deliver messages of hope, closure and forgiveness to some of today’s biggest stars as they open up about their lives.”
Following his grandmother’s death in 2006, Tyler began having strong intuitive hunches that would later turn into overwhelming visions that proved to be true. After a series of life changing events (including a near death experience), Tyler recognized that his passion, calling and life purpose is to bring clarity, closure and evidence to those he is privileged to read.
With one foot in the supernatural world and one in Hollywood, viewers will follow Tyler as he goes from reading to reading with some of today’s most popular celebrities. Through intuition, visions and a wide range of feelings that come to him prior to each reading, Tyler delivers rational and comforting information to his clients, offering messages of hope, closure and forgiveness.
“Hollywood Teen Medium” (working title) is produced by 44 Blue Productions and Corbett-Stern Productions in association with Mortar Media. Michael Corbett, Stephanie Noonan Drachkovitch, Larry Stern, Cameron Kadison and Sarah Skibitzke serve as Executive Producers.