Big News! My new television show, Meet The Frasers will premiere January 13th, 2020 at 10/9c E! Entertainment
I just want to take a moment to thank you for believing in me and trusting me from day one with delivering messages from your loved ones in spirit.
I am so excited to have you here with me on this new and crazy TV journey. Having your love and support means so much to me and I could not have done it without you.
As the new promo clips start making their way on TV, I am getting more and more excited to share them with you. I love doing this work and helping you connect with those you love in Spirit. It is even more special to me that I am able to share with you my family and personal life like never before.
For those of you who have already attended a group reading with me, you already know I love bringing humor into my readings. I know my job is done when I see people leave my shows laughing, smiling and feeling the presence of their loved ones with them in spirit. Being able to connect with you all up close and personal and deliver direct messages from your loved ones is the biggest reward and is exactly what you will see on my new TV show.
I wanted you to be the first to see the newest commercial for ‘Meet The Frasers’ my new TV series premiering Jan 13 at 10/9c on E! Entertainment. I think you are really going to like it.
My life is far from normal. I work with my family every single day, I have a pageant queen girlfriend and I see and hear dead people. My Dad and Sister are my biggest skeptics and if that weren’t enough, wait until you meet the rest of the family!
I am still the same psychic medium you know and love, just now coming on your TV screens Monday nights on E! Starting January 13.
I hope you enjoy watching the clip below. I also hope you will come and meet me for a group reading before the show premieres. You can find my full tour schedule by clicking HERE.
I don’t consider myself a spiritual teacher, just a guy blessed with the gift of connecting with souls who have passed over. People have always called me an old soul, and that’s not surprising! As you can probably imagine, I’ve picked up a few pieces of timeless wisdom from my friends on the other side.
I can tell the holidays are getting closer because Alexa is starting to look up recipes, and my family keeps calling asking what the dinner plans are. When Alexa and I first met, we started taking over the holidays. Our families are both small and before we met each other, our parents never did anything big. Alexa’s parents are divorced and my Dad was away in the navy when I was growing up so Thanksgiving to us was just like any other family meal. We decided to change all of that. Every year we host both families at our house, decorate the table with fancy and festive décor and cook all week long. We turned our family into a modern day italian brady bunch.
Thanksgiving for us includes the traditional turkey and sides, along with –you guessed it – pasta and lasagna! Did I mention we’re Italian?
Why am I telling you this – to make you hungry?
Nope. I want to remind you of something really important that comes up over and over when I do my readings.
The importance of being grateful for your life and the people you love.
If I had a dollar for every time I heard someone in Spirit say “I wish I’d appreciated the good things in my life” or saw someone in my audience crying because they never let their mom know how much they loved her when she was alive – well, I’d have enough money for those Gucci loafers I’ve had my eye on!
Life is short. You know that – we all do. But what can you do to make sure that you make the most of the time you have? I want you to add a helping of gratitude to go with the turkey, and lasagna, this thanksgiving!
Here are five ideas to try :
Write a little card or note to everyone in your family and slip it to them when you get together. Let them know how much you love them and what makes them so special to you. Share a memory that you cherish.
Be “in the moment” when you’re with the people you love. People always wish they’d spent more time with grandma or listened closer to grandpa’s stories after it’s too late. Do yourself a favor, don’t wait till your loved ones are gone to appreciate them. Ask them questions, write down their special recipes, give them a hug and tell them you love them.
Don’t put off enjoying your own life till tomorrow. Take a chance, take the vacation with the kids, eat that cheesecake, adopt a kitten. There’s never going to be a perfect time, so make today count. Life is a gift, so say “Thank You” and appreciate it.
Be generous with everything – your time, your money, and your words. Smile and chat with the people in line at the grocery store. Make friends with everyone. Being kind, helpful and positive makes every day better for you, and the people around you.
When you’re feeling worried or overwhelmed, make a list of people and things that you’re grateful for. No matter how sad you are or how dark life feels, there’s always something beautiful around you. You just have to open your eyes and see it. It might be a sunset, or your girlfriends smile, or an act of kindness.
When your heart is full of gratitude, there’s not much room for sadness and worry. If you’re mourning the loss of someone you love, take a few minutes to remember the good times, and send some love to them in Heaven, thanking them for the good times you shared.
I’m sending you my very best wishes for this holiday season and every single day of the year. I’m so grateful to have you as part of the Matt Fraser community! I hope you will watch out new TV show Meet The Frasers and invite us into your living room. Meet The Frasers Premiers on Jan 13th, 2020 on E! Entertainment.
I hope I see you before the TV show airs. I have just finished adding new tour dates to my LIVE event calendar. To attend a LIVE group reading, https://meetmattfraser.com/events/
E! is coming out with a new reality series following another young psychic medium called Meet the Frasers, PEOPLE can exclusively announce.
The series will follow Matt Fraser, a Rhode Island-born psychic medium, as he prepares for the release of his book, When Heaven Calls, while attempting to balance his hectic event schedule and relationship with 21-year-old pageant queen girlfriend Alexa Papigiotis.
And while Matt and Papigiotis support each other as their individual careers take off, the couple must also deal with the input of their overly involved families. From riding in a blinged-out SUV to live readings to wearing matching, bedazzled jackets, his family is there for him every step of the way.
“I work with my family every single day,” Matt, 28, says in a sneak peek at the new show.
And his family has no shortage of opinions — especially when it comes to Matt and his career.
“He is the top psychic medium in my book,” his mom says, while his sister notes that Matt “wears what he wants and says what he wants.”
The new series follows the success of Henry’s hit E! show Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry, in which the 22-year-old psychic gives readings to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
Meet the Frasers premieres Jan. 13 at 10 p.m. ET on E!
Matt Fraser has it all – a thriving career as a psychic/medium, a strong family and an upcoming E reality series.
But the 28-year-old Rhode Islander took some time Saturday morning to help those who have far less. He was part of the Stuff the Bus kickoff at Foxwoods Resort Casino. The seventh annual event does just as it says – asks casino patrons, including bus passengers, to help load a tour bus with toys, which are distributed by the Tommy Toy Fund next month.
Fraser, who is appearing at the casino on Sunday, girlfriend Alexa Papigiotis and his family loaded two carts at Target to get the bus started. He joked about spending much of his childhood at the casino, including knowing when giveaway days were. He has formed a relationship with the casino and was happy to participate in Saturday’s event.
“So many families need help. There are children who wake up on Christmas morning and want to have gifts,” Fraser said. “This is really important to my family. Every year we go out and fill our shopping carts with toys for those who are less fortunate. That’s what the season is all about. It’s about giving back, supporting other families and sharing the love.”
Stuff the Bus was started by Foxwoods employees in 2013 and quickly caught fire. Not only do patrons donate, but so do some of the businesses and restaurants on the property. There are years in which more than one bus is needed because of all the toys, which end up at the Tommy Toy Fund’s New London distribution site at the United Way’s Gemma Moran Food Center in New London.
Foxwoods employees Sue Evart and Michelle Jolly, both Stuff the Bus organizers, led Saturday’s event, which was attended by new President and CEO John James. Among those they introduced was United Way Vice President Sharon Peccini. The United Way is in charge of Tommy Toy distribution sites in Norwich and New London.
Peccini said she remembers when the Tommy Toy Fund was started in the 1970s, and has seen it grow. More than 6,000 children in Eastern Connecticut receive toys.
“Foxwoods employees have taken really it to their hearts, and it has grown tremendously,” she said of the Stuff the Bus campaign, one of several initiatives Foxwoods employees do to help others.
Also there was the Hand Bell Choir from St. Luke Lutheran Church, which played a few songs, Kiona Carter and Patrick Goodnow sang, and the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts from Troop 4 in Norwich, which has made this event a regular event.
“It’s for getting toys for the kids who don’t have resources to get them, and help the families out, “Trooper leader Aaron Wallace said. “Last year we filled up 2 ½ buses with toys and we made a lot of kids happy.”
The 28-year-old psychic medium Matt Fraser has been showcasing his talent on TV for years. Fraser’s talents are a family affair, as they first came from his grandmother, who in turn passed them onto his mother before he was bestowed with them. Fraser — who is set to star next year in an E! reality series called Meet the Frasers — sat with uInterview exclusively to discuss his experiences helping people connect with the dead.
“Back in the 1950s, 60s and 70s when my grandmother had this ability, no one talked about it,” said Fraser. “Nobody went around and said, ‘I can see and hear dead people.’ It was taboo.”
Fraser’s grandmother kept her special talent such a big secret that not even her own husband knew she was a medium. The psychic recounted how as a young child, he often felt like he was experiencing the classic 1999 supernatural thriller film The Sixth Sense in real life.
“Every time I went to bed, I would see and hear the departed,” said Fraser. “It was crazy for me. I remember waking up in the middle of the night screaming and crying.”
Fraser also revealed that his ability to see dead people was so frightening to him that he began his career in Boston as an emergency medical technician (EMT) for the World Trade Center’s Security Operations Department. Soon afterwards, he went to go see a medium for the first time and quickly became inspired to pursue this as a career.
“It changed my life because it showed me that this was something I could go public with,” said Fraser, who called himself “blessed and honored” to work as a medium.
Fraser explained his process of communicating with the deceased and started off by saying he knows the dead can always hear him.
“The way it works for me is I see the departed, I hear the departed and I feel them as well,” he said, adding he typically requests to communicate with the deceased rather than choose who he speaks with. Fraser also said he translates all sorts of messages between the living and the dead. Fraser added he often relies on people from both worlds giving him specific information like names, dates and places in order to better communicate messages, and compared his work to solving a jigsaw puzzle.
Fraser has often worked with police departments in order to help families who have lost someone in a murder or other similar crime. He revealed one of the biggest challenges of this is the lack of evidence as sometimes, only the deceased knows the identity of the culprit. The medium also helped parents who lost their children in the tragic 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut reconnect with their kids.
“When we lose somebody, we get so nervous that we’re not gonna see them again and that they’re gone forever,” said Fraser. “And what these messages show us is that they are really there with us.”
Fraser also raved about filming Meet the Frasers, which centers on his family and is set to premiere in 2020, calling his experience shooting the series “incredible.”
“Now they’re going to get to see a whole new side of me,” he said. “A lot of people think that as a medium, I’m at home conjuring up potions or with tarot cards being spread out or deep in meditation or deep in trance,” he added before saying he considers himself “normal.”
Fraser, who said his girlfriend — a former Miss Rhode Island Teen USA — also works as a psychic medium, said only his sister and father are “skeptics” who doubt his abilities and added he believes his family is “not normal” before describing them in as clear terms as possible.
“You’ve seen Meet the Fockers? This is Meet the Frasers,” said Fraser. “We’re a loud, crazy Italian family that speaks to dead people. But we try to live a normal life.”