Where to watch Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry in Australia
Stream the first two seasons of the lifestyle show and get ready for brand new episodes starting March.
Tyler Henry is a familiar name to reality show enthusiasts. Hollywood’s go-to medium has had psychic abilities ever since he was 10. In recent years he decided to really put his gift to work and moved to Los Angeles to better serve his clients. While the medium used to “read” his classmates during his teens, his clientele is currently strictly high-brow. Demand for his services increased so much that the young medium now showcases his work with well-known celebrities via his very own reality show.
In 2018, Tyler Henry is back and ready to make season three of Hollywood Medium his best season yet. Tyler not only contacts spirits of the deceased and sees into the future but is also able to read people's health and detect problems they may have. Follow him as he brings messages from beyond to Hollywood stars and delivers jaw-dropping readings to celebrities looking for advice. Notable figures seeking guidance in season three include Megan Fox, Chad Michael Murray, Jim Parsons, Iggy Azalea and Lucy Hale.
Where to stream Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry
The first two seasons of the hit reality series are already on hayu, with new season three episodes scheduled to arrive this March. At only $6.99/month, hayu is a streaming service exclusively for reality shows, featuring thousands of episodes of lifestyle content. Entire seasons are available to binge, with episodes of popular series premiering the same day as the US. That’s also the case for Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry. The first season three episode drops on hayu on 1 March, right after it premieres in the States.
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hayu is available on a variety of platforms, including computers, mobile devices, Telstra TV, Apple TV and Fetch TV. You can take advantage of the one-month free trial for new clients to figure out if the service is right for you.
Alternatively, you can follow Hollywood’s favourite medium with Foxtel Now. Episodes will premiere on E! on 5 March and then be available on demand. To watch with Foxtel’s streaming service you need to subscribe to the Lifestyle pack, which is $10/month. Besides E!, the Lifestyle Pack also brings you content from Lifestyle, Lifestyle Home, Lifestyle Food, Arena and TLC. You can watch these channels live or catch up with content on demand.
Foxtel Now is available on computers, mobile devices, PS4, Chromecast/Airplay, Telstra TV and the Foxtel Now Box. The service offers a 10-day free trial.
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