The series, according to Electus, will push the boundaries of the afterlife and redefine the paranormal genre using new technology. In each one-hour episode, Edward will randomly read a group of families looking to connect with their lost loved ones. To help these families find healing and closure, Edward and his grief team will provide them with the opportunity to see and speak to their loved ones using exclusive technology. A premiere date has not been announced.
“John Edward redefined television and created an entirely new genre with Crossing Over, and we are thrilled to work with him on his next project,” said Chris Grant, CEO of Electus. “One Last Time will move the genre forward by combining the paranormal with the latest technology; audiences everywhere will be surprised, moved, and completely captivated by this series.”
Edward is best known for connecting hundreds of families with their lost loved ones on the popular show Crossing Over With John Edward, which aired from 1999-2004, and was picked up in international syndication. Recently, Edward has been reading celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Anderson Cooper, and Dr. Phil. A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Edward’s works have been translated in five languages and sold in more than 16 countries. Edward is represented by Gina Rugolo at Rugolo Entertainment and Marc Chamlin at Loeb & Loeb.