Rescue Mediums follows the trials and tribulations of two acclaimed and quirky International psychics, as they ask ghostly spirits to leave. Hauntings are more frequent than we like to ... See full summary »
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Rescue Mediums follows the trials and tribulations of two acclaimed and quirky International psychics, as they ask ghostly spirits to leave. Hauntings are more frequent than we like to admit, and the Ladies communicate with those that have shuffled off this mortal coil, get the spirits to tell them their stories and show themselves. Then they research the information given by the ghost(s) to back up the information that has been relayed to them. But sometimes these spirits don't want to depart this earthy plane. Written by Anonymous

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So much wrong
19 August 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There is so much wrong with this program that I don't know where to begin. The narrator is desperately bad. He has an insanely nasally voice, it grates firstly at your patience, then at your sanity.

As if these absurd television mediums weren't bad enough, this program adds the element of having to rescue the souls. What a ridiculous concept. Why would 2 very middle aged women be of any help to dead people from across the world? The fact this program even exists is irritating in itself.

They assert themselves with such confidence in their farcical abilities. As quoted by the great Carl Sagan: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence". The claims presented here are very extraordinary indeed, however the evidence is non existent. These 2 women are as far from Sagan as you can get.

To top it off they sometimes end the episode with a 'joke'. The episode I just watched had one of these 'jokes', which was actually a riddle. But they acted as though it was a joke. What on earth were the writers thinking!

Truly, astonishingly, breathtakingly bad. If I ever had doubts that the death of television is nigh, they have been well and truly concreted after seeing the torturous cesspool that is 'rescue mediums'.


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