Jennifer Love Officially Thanks ‘Ghost Whisperer’ Fans, Preps For Busy Future

Jennifer Love Hewitt (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Jennifer Love Hewitt (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Months after CBS officially gave up the ‘Ghost Whisperer,’ Jennifer Love Hewitt has sent out a video (featured below) that thanks viewers for their loyalty by giving them one final, personally guided tour of the series’ set.

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Press PLAY below to watch Love take you from set piece to set piece, sharing colorful and humorous anecdotes about each, with some punctuated by clips from memorable episodes.

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Looking ahead, Love Hewitt potentially is facing a very busy future as a behind-the-camera producer. Having headlined the second-highest-rated Lifetime original movie of all time, she is now developing ‘The Client List’ as a possible series, to be penned by Jordan Budde (‘90210’).

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Variety also reports that JLH is producing two comedy pilots: ABC’s ‘Bad Taste in Men,’ about a Chicago woman who’s been unlucky in love, and an untitled Fox rom-com told from the point-of-view of a career-driven woman.

While it is not clear if Love would also star in any of the above, at bare minimum you can count on seeing her in the premiere of NBC’s ‘Love Bites’ romantic-comedy anthology series. Arriving at midseason, the first episode finds the actress playing herself – and consequentially pursued for a “mile high” liaison by Greg Grunberg’s character.

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