Now that family-friendly 'Australia's Got Talent' has finished, what's Seven got in the Tuesday 7.30pm timeslot next week?
Prepare yourself for the impossible as host ANDREW DADDO, clairvoyant STACEY DEMARCO and sceptic RICHARD SAUNDERS put seven of Australia's top psychics to the test in a quest to determine who is 'The One' and challenge the way we think about supernatural phenomena.
Yes, Channel Nine was touting 'Phenomenon', where fake psychic Uri Geller set out to find the most talented fake psychic, but Channel Seven has definitely beaten them to the punch by offering real psychics.
This will be interesting TV. I can only imagine the sort of tests they'll put the psychics through.
"I'm thinking of a number... can you tell me what it is...?" "It's two digits.." "Between one and fifty..." "Both numbers are odd..." "Both numbers are different..." "Well done!"
Wouldn't it be funny if the psychics did routines from Phenomenon like 'Smash & Stab' or 'Dream Prediction'. Maybe they'll bend a spoon or levitate a spinning playing card?
Personally, I'd prefer a more 'Australia's Top Model' format where the psychics have to live in a house together. It'd be great to see them all trying to psych each other out... telling each other's fortunes, passing on messages from dead relatives warning the other competitors they must drop out of the competition immediately.
But, as the sceptics would say, if the psychics were any good they'd all know who was going to win anyway.
But for those who take psychic abilities seriously, you can CLICK HERE and do a real test to find out if you have any true psychic powers.
(The link is the About.com site about Paranormal powers. My favourite part is theintroduction to that site, where they explain how to become psychic):
"Here's what you need to know about developing your psychic abilities.
Acknowledge the Ability
The first step is to acknowledge that ESP exists and that it is present within you to develop. Although this might sound silly or trite, begin by telling yourself that you are psychic. Make it a mantra that you repeat to yourself daily and often. This kind of self-talk has a scientific basis. It is now known that when a person learns something - whether it's a physical skill like wood carving or a mental exercise like memorizing poetry - through repetition, his or her brain physically changes - "rewires" itself, if you will - to accommodate that task. This process of rewiring your brain for psychic ability begins with your belief in it."