Netflix Life After Death: Tyler Henry’s Show Proves That “our loved ones never really leave us”

Netflix Life After Death: Tyler Henry’s Show Proves That “our loved ones never really leave us”

In a long list of shows based on real people, Netflix has added yet another show. Not a crime drama this time, Tyler Henry’s new show, Life After Death is a healing show. The show follows the famed psychic as he reads others people’s future and guides them in the right direction. Tyler is extremely famous in the Hollywood circuit. He has used his gifts before to help Hollywood stars like Modern Family’s Sofia Vergara, The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Nene, and many more. 

What is the Netflix show Life After Death About?

The creators are touting the show as a spiritual healing drama that “proof that there is more to this world than what we see and that our loved ones never really leave us”. The American medium has around 300,000 people in his waiting list, waiting for him to read their futures. In the Netflix show, Life After Death, we will follow Tyler as he travels from state to state reading peoples’ palms. This will be nine-episode series having a run time of 45 minutes. It will be entirely unscripted. 

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“I am so excited and grateful for this show. It has given me the opportunity to bring answers and healing to so many people around the country,” he admitted. As the show progresses we will also get to peel off the layers of the clairvoyant. Moreover, there’s also Tyler’s family history that needs unraveling. “It allowed me to truly change people’s lives. I also had no idea I would be exploring a family mystery of my own,” he described. As we watch him using his gift to do some good, we will also find out what it is like to live with such a wonderful gift.

Where to watch the show?

The show will arrive on the streamer on March 11. Tyler found the experience rewarding,  “I am so excited and grateful for this show. It has given me the opportunity to bring answers and healing to so many people around the country.”

This is not his first stint on Television, the American medium has been part of E! Entertainment show, Hollywood Medium before. The show garnered good viewership ratings during its run and then ended after four seasons. 

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