"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy." You have to approach "Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead" with that attitude, or you'll hate it. Lisa, like Allison Dubois in Medium, sees and hears dead people. She's a real person (as is Allison) with a British accent, punk hairdo, sunny attitude and a husband and family.
I don't have any idea how much the show is edited, but what appears on television is very interesting indeed, showing a strangely practical and paradoxically down to earth woman doing matter of fact, accurate readings for strangers on the street and others by appointment. How often she misses the mark, how many questions she asks, we don't know, again, because we don't know how much of the show is edited.
Nevertheless, thanks to Lisa herself, this is a highly entertaining show, sometimes very touching and always fascinating. I have seen several episodes and then lost track of it. I hope Lifetime gets it on a set schedule.
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