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'Medium' Goes 3-D for Sweeps

(Posted September 22, 2005 by Leah Yoakum)

LOS ANGELES ( Fans of "Medium" will get to see the lead character's visions more vividly than usual in a stunt set for November sweeps.

The NBC series is planning a 3-D episode for Monday, Nov. 21, in which Allison (newly minted Emmy winner Patricia Arquette) discovers she experiences art differently than most people -- by seeing what pieces of themselves artists put into their works. One such three-dimensional vision leads her to believe that the artist is hiding a dark secret.

"I first began exploring the possibility of doing a 3-D episode of television over a decade ago when I was working on 'Moonlighting,'" "Medium" creator Glenn Gordon Caron says. "When 'Medium' became successful, I realized that in many ways it was an even better vehicle for 3-D.

"Additionally, technology seems to have finally caught up with me. Jim Cameron, Robert Rodriguez and a host of other innovators have pushed the medium (you'll pardon the pun) into the 21st century, and our show and our viewers will be the beneficiaries of that."

The 3-D glasses needed to view the episode properly will be distributed in copies of TV Guide's Nov. 21 issue, which will be on newsstands a few days prior to the episode. NBC and the magazine will also distribute glasses to non-subscribers through street-level marketing campaigns.

Source: Zap2it

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