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Monica the Medium 

The series follows Monica, a college-aged medium , as she connects people on earth to their loved ones who have crossed over. At 21, Monica grapples not only with managing her unusual gift, but also struggles with the issues that all college-aged young women face, homework, roommates and finding Mr. Right.
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The series follows Monica, a college-aged medium , as she connects people on earth to their loved ones who have crossed over. At 21, Monica grapples not only with managing her unusual gift, but also struggles with the issues that all college-aged young women face, homework, roommates and finding Mr. Right.

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Hey Monica (Theme Song)
Written by Steve Rokosh and Kari Kimmel
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"Entertainment"
6 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

Monica the medium is perhaps the worst show to come out of the channel. It's beyond awful, with poor acting that makes me cringe beyond belief, it's amazing how people honestly fall for the psychic medium crap, (one being the other reviewer of the program here on IMDb). It's incredible how people think this garbage is real, and even if it is real it's just some 20 something year old claiming to speak with the dead (with no evidence of this) to take advantage of some poor suckers who had lost someone close to them. This show is just written to make money, it was made by some out of touch corporate bigwigs who think the psychic fad is still around.


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