Parents' Guide to

Life After Death with Tyler Henry

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Emotional psychic series talks violence, has cursing.

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Community Reviews

age 16+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 18+


The more this man is given time on tv and in books the more people who are greiving and desperate to know if there loved one is there.the more people he can con .I’m shocked these people are still allowed to carry on the way they do and earn big money conning’s a shameful scam.and absolutely not real.he’s just clever.terrible
age 13+

Personally I let my 9 year old watch this and she was fine as long as you kids are mature enough I think it is a great series

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

The emotional series features Tyler Henry, known as the "psychic to the stars," conducting readings with non-celebrities to help them connect with loved ones who've passed. His approach is respectful and compassionate, the people he meets with are enthusiastic, and even the most difficult conversations end on a heartwarming note. The additional insight Henry offers into his own journey as a medium -- including the spiritual and physical toll it takes on him -- adds to the drama. Skeptics aren't going to buy into it, but Life After Death does attempt to create a broader interest by spending part of each episode focusing on Henry's family narrative, and the research into how his mother, Theresa Koelewyn, ended up being raised by a woman with a dark past who is not related to her. It's unlikely that folks who reject the notion of communicating with the dead will want to tune in, but those who have in interest in the paranormal will find Life After Death with Tyler Henry entertaining enough.

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