Sensing Murder: A ‘crime against TV’ ?

I heartily dislike Sensing Murder, and believe it is a cynical example of the pursuit of ratings over responsibility, that TVNZ should be ashamed of themselves for commissioning it, that the psychics themselves prey on the grief of desperate families and that it is worth remembering that the show has never once solved a murder, says Steve Kilgallon.

In the week February 26 to March 5, the TV show which reconstructs a cold case, then invites psychics to solve said case was the ninth most-watched show on New Zealand television screens for all viewers over five; third best in the advertiser-friendly 25-54 demographic. Read more

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