Ghostswho have favourited the new supernatural comedy featuring iZombie star Rose McIverHe just got his first trailer. The series plays rappers and Pitch perfect actor Utkarsh Ambudkar. Ghosts follows a couple, Samantha and Jay (McIver and Ambudkar) who inherit a large bed and breakfast that is haunted by many ghosts. The series is actually based on a hit BBC One show of the same name that aired in 2019. BBC Studios will serve as executive producers for the CBS remake.
The trailer shows the ghosts, who come from many different eras and spheres of life (or death), how they deal with the fact that they are trapped in a bed and breakfast and cannot be heard or seen by the living. The trailer is then based on Beetle juice and the ghosts decide to scare the couple out of the bed and breakfast. At the end of the trailer, the plan goes wrong and one of the ghosts accidentally slaps Samantha into a coma. When she wakes up, she can see and hear the spirits.
This is McIver’s second role as a regular TV show star after iZombie ended in 2019, the first was Hulus Woke up. Ambudkar, alongside starring in GhostsShe’s also featured in several major upcoming films, including Free guy and Marry me. The series also plays along Danielle Pinnock (Young Sheldon), Brandon Scott Jones (The good place), Richie Moriarty (What we do in the shadows), Asher Grodman (Chicago Med), Sheila Carrasco (I think you should go), Roman Saragossa (Stumptown), Devan Chandler Long (Doom Patrol), and Rebecca Wisocky (Sneaky maids). The pilot was written by Joe Port and Joe Wisemanand directed by the Australian filmmaker Trent O’Donnellwho will also act as executive producer on the show.
Since the series is already based on a hit streak, it seems likely that a fan base will build up quickly. Along with an exciting cast of climbers and a funny storyline, the show actually appears to be able to land a joke based on its trailer.
Ghosts will air on Thursdays at 9 a.m. on CBS and the CBS app this fall. Check out the official recap of the half-hour comedy below:
âThe series is a one-camera comedy about cheerful freelance journalist Samantha (Rose McIver) and aspiring chef Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar) who throw caution and money to the wind when they decide to remodel a huge rundown estate inherited a bed and breakfast – only to find it is inhabited by the many ghosts of deceased residents who now call it home. The deceased souls are a closely connected, diverse group, to which a cheeky lounge singer from the prohibition era, a pompous militiaman from the 18th 1009, a clever financial brother of the 90s, a sarcastic and funny native from the 16th century and a society woman and wife of a robber baron from the 19th century who is Samantha’s ancestor, to name a few. ”
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