Tyler finds a happy Medium

Herald Sun - Switched On - - ON THE BOX -

Tyler Henry jokes he saw it com­ing when his hit real­ity se­ries, Hol­ly­wood Medium, was re­newed for a sec­ond sea­son.

The 20-year-old psy­chic to the stars (above) can laugh about the run­away suc­cess of his E! se­ries, even if he now has lit­tle time to watch him­self back on the show that has made him a star.

“The funny thing is I will film all day and do read­ings and then when I come home, the last thing I want to do is turn the TV on,” he tells Switched On.

Henry’s TV pro­file – mak­ing cos­mic con­nec­tions be­tween celebrity clients and their late loved ones – has sent his pri­vate medium busi­ness into the strato­sphere, build­ing up a wait­ing list for Skype, phone and per­sonal read­ings of 85,000-plus.

The raw emo­tion of read­ings in the lat­est sea­son – which features Kris Jen­ner and singer Moby – is what Henry be­lieves will con­tinue to drive in­ter­est. His con­nec­tion to Moby’s late mother was es­pe­cially re­ward­ing.

“He ba­si­cally went into it not know­ing what to ex­pect and left know­ing with­out a shadow of a doubt his mother had com­mu­ni­cated with him.

“To see that elec­tric ex­pe­ri­ence, right be­fore your eyes, was in­tense for me and I left with my head buzzing. It took a cou­ple of days to come down from that be­cause you could see how much he got out of that ex­pe­ri­ence.”


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