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Jennifer • Dec 15, 2009 • News

Sure, it’s getting near Christmas, but on the “Ghost Whisperer” set, it’s been more like Halloween. The series company has been engaged in shooting its 100th episode this past week, with star Jennifer Love Hewitt as director. With this year’s storyline moving toward a confrontation with supernatural forces from the dark side, she has her hands full, to say the least.

“I don’t know what I’m allowed to say, but it’s serious,” the show’s Camryn Manheim lets us know. “Let’s just say pyrotechnics. A lot of pyrotechnics. Let’s say it’s one of those episodes where, going in, everyone says, ”Don’t make any plans. We’re going to be around for a long time.””

The Emmy-winning actress admits she hasn’t been so sure about some of the dramatic moves taken by the “Ghost Whisperer” writer-producers over the last couple of seasons. In particular, “I was skeptical about the huge leap of Jim dying and then taking over someone else’s body,” she says, referring to David Conrad”s character, the husband of Hewitt’s Melinda Gordon.

“I wasn’t sure people would stick it out, but they have. In fact, the popularity of the show has increased. The viewers are smart. They do want to be challenged. They are willing to work harder to follow a new storyline.”

Indeed. This year moved “Ghost Whisperer” ahead five years, making Melinda and Jim’s baby, Aiden (Connor Gibbs), into a young child with even more powerful — and dangerous — abilities than his mother’s.

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