If that Carpool Karaoke episode of James Corden singing “Let It Be” with Paul McCartney made you tear up, wait until you watch Seatbelt Psychic. While driving a cab, psychic Thomas John reveals to his passengers the messages he’s picking up from their lost ones, their dead relatives and friends. The riders have no idea they are going to get a psychic reading when they climb into his car. The experience is creepy and heartbreaking all at once. And yes, Corden gives the Seatbelt Psychic his seal of approval — the show is produced by James Corden’s production company Fulwell 73!
John says he first connected with the dead when he was four years old. It was his dead grandfather who first reached out. John says his Catholic parents weren’t impressed or amused. He was told he needed to pray, and that talking to the dead was “Satanic” and that he “needs to stop talking about it.” Corden, who was raised in the Salvation Army, has spoken about his struggle with Christianity too. Seatbelt Psychic airs Wednesdays at 10pm on Lifetime.
— James Corden (@JKCorden) June 28, 2018