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The Ghost Whisperer canceled Jennifer Love Hewitt moves on

Posted by on June 28, 2010 at 4:16 PM EST

jennifer love hewittGhost Whisperer which premiered in September 2005 and ran for 107 episodes, was recently canceled by CBS, Jennifer Love Hewitt moves on with new projects.

ABC (which co-produced the show) was considering picking up the Ghost Whisperer, but later passed.  “Ghost Whisperer is now officially over after five seasons.

Executive producers Kim Moses and Ian Sander released a statement that said: “After five wonderful seasons and over 100 episodes, we are disappointed to announce ‘Ghost Whisperer’ will not be returning for a sixth season. We’ve had an incredible experience and owe a debt of gratitude to everyone involved. We continue our relationship with ABC Studios and look forward to developing many more successful projects together in the future.”

“Ghost Whisperer” was based on the life of Mary Ann Winkowski, a paranormal investigator who can see and talk to ghosts who have not yet crossed over. She was also the consultant to the CBS hit television series created by John Gray.

Jennifer Love Hewitt starred in the lead role of Melinda Gordon, a young woman living in the town of Grandview, where she owns an antique shop and has the ability to see and talk with ghosts that need help “crossing over.”  Hewitt also directed and starred in the 100th episode of “Ghost Whisperer” titled “Implosion”.

Jenifer Love Hewitt is set to star in her next role as Samantha Horton, a prostitute in the upcoming Lifetime movie, “The Client List”, airing Monday, July 19 at 9 p.m.

With “Ghost Whisperer” coming to an end for Hewitt, it doesn’t mean it’s the end of her career. According to E! ONLINE, Jennifer said: “I’m looking at possibly doing Broadway. To be able to sing and dance will be fun.”

“The Client List” is set to air on LIFETIME, Monday, July 19 at 9 p.m.



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