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What is the future of Ghost Whisperer? Despite being that chimera known as a solidly performing Friday night network drama, CBS is said to be pondering a Friday night reshuffle.
Interestingly, as Ghost Whisperer is co-owned between CBS Studios and ABC Studios, the upshot might be that Ghost Whisperer might drop off of CBS’s schedules and resurface on ABC’s, resulting in a strange echo of last season’s Medium network switcheroo.
The ratings have sunk this season, but the fact is that none of the broadcast networks is doing well on Friday nights this year, and Ghost Whisperer is pulling in okay if unremarkable ratings. There seems to be less of a chance that Ghost Whisperer will be canceled outright, than that CBS will rethink Fridays and leave the show without a berth.
Ghost Whisperer, currently in its 5th season and on the far side of its hundredth episode, is doing well in domestic and international ratings and continues to pull a following, as does its brand-made Medium, but given its longevity and success in reruns, it wouldn’t be difficult for network execs to decide it has run its course. Medium, wholly owned by CBS Studios and normally keeping all of its Ghost Whisperer lead-in, is slightly more likely to stay on the CBS network, but if CBS decides to shake up Fridays, it’s likely both shows will be closed out.