By Samantha Simon
Updated Jan 22, 2016 @ 4:00 pm
Tyler Henry
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Tyler Henry is a pro when it comes to reading the stars—and we’re talking celebrities, not celestial bodies.

You might remember the 20-year-old clairvoyant from his appearance on Keeping Up with the Kardashians in November, when Khloé, Kim, and Kourtney Kardashian recruited him in the hopes that he could connect with their late father, Robert Kardashian. On the show, Henry explained that as a clairvoyant, he sees visuals instead of hearing information audibly—and he bonded with Khloé over a shared sense of intuition before sharing a vision that connected the sisters with their dad.

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Now, Henry has a buzzed-about new show all his own. Hollywood Medium, which premieres Sunday, Jan. 24, at 10 p.m. ET on E!, will feature Henry giving psychic readings to many of his Hollywood clients. Stars like Bella Thorne, Boy George, and Jaime Pressly will be meeting with Henry on-camera as they seek advice and communication with loved ones from beyond the grave.

While the show will undoubtedly document emotional moments for the stars, it’ll also focus on Henry’s life outside of work. A recent transplant to Los Angeles, the central California native’s unique intuition kicked in moments before the death of his grandmother when he was just 10 years old. Despite being bullied at his small-town school for giving readings to classmates, Henry further developed his instincts with the mentorship of an experienced medium.

These days, Henry is closer than ever to his famous clients—and he’s trying to balance his special abilities with living the life of a normal millennial. Not that he’s had much free time. Henry’s been busy making the talk show rounds to discuss his new show, appearing on Dr. Phil, The Dr. Oz Show, and Watch What Happens Live, to name a few. Plus, in between giving readings and doing press, Henry shares insightful messages with his followers on Twitter:

Despite how peaceful, loving, and open you attempt to be, people can only meet you as deeply as they've met themselves.

For more of Henry’s profound sentiments, follow him on Twitter @tyhenrymedium. Then, tune into Hollywood Medium on Sunday, Jan. 24, at 10 p.m. ET on E! to see him in action.