Check out these photos from the second season of Freeform‘s Monica the Medium TV series. It premieres Monday, April 25, 2016, at 10:00pm ET/PT. In season two, Monica Ten-Kate and Krista Gray leave chilly College Park, PA for sunny San Diego, CA.
This season, roommates Kayla Williams and Kirsten Johnson join the show. Dave Caplan and Malachi McGlone executive produce. Season two was shot on location, in San Diego.
Here is more information, from Freeform.
The Season Two Premiere of Freeform’s “Monica the Medium” Airs Monday, April 25.
MONICA AND KRISTA PULL UP STAKES AND MOVE FROM
STATE COLLEGE, PA TO SAN DIEGO, CA
ON THE SEASON TWO PREMIERE OF “MONICA THE MEDIUM,”
AIRING MONDAY, APRIL 25.
New Town, New Roommates, New School, New Boys, New Spirits.
Produced by Dave Caplan’s Trooper Entertainment in Association With Lionsgate.
Monica decides to move across the country from Pennsylvania to Southern California, where she hopes to bring more healing messages of love and hope from Spirit, on the season premiere of “Monica the Medium,” airing on MONDAY, APRIL 25 at 10p.m./9 p.m. CDT on Freeform.
After spending the summer in California, Monica decides to take the plunge and move to San Diego permanently. Not wanting to be apart from her best friend, she invites Krista to join her. The girls make the long drive with puppy Luna in tow.
Monica is initially worried that the West Coast may not have as many people open to her gift as back east, but on the way to their new place, she meets a family at a truck stop, where she brings words of comfort to a widow and her sons.
Once the girls arrive and settle into their new home, they decide to go check out the nightlife. Monica is immediately drawn to a couple who receive reassuring messages from the boyfriend’s mother.
Later, Monica and Krista head to MiraCosta College to look into enrolling in classes, where Monica can’t help but pass a message along to the campus tour guide.
Finally, the girls make a point of stopping at the beach and enjoying the sun set with their toes in the sand, which leads Monica to talk to siblings about their dearly departed father and brother.
The show is produced by Dave Caplan’s Trooper Entertainment in association with Lionsgate. Caplan serves as executive producer alongside Malachi McGlone.
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