CBS‘Lively’ new comedy series Ghosts Premiere on October 7th, with a first-look teaser now available.
- CBS posted a tutorial video on how to track a house to promote the upcoming sitcom. Ghosts.
- The show is an Americanization of a critically acclaimed BBC series of the same name that premiered in 2019.
- Ghosts is located in upstate New York at a bed and breakfast called Woodstone Manor.
- Experience the premiere of Ghosts on Thursday, October 7th at 9/8 a.m. on CBS and live and on-demand streaming Parent +.
Ghosts is a one-camera comedy about Samantha and Jay, a cheerful freelance journalist and aspiring city cook who tossed caution and money to the wind when they decide to remodel a huge, rundown estate they inherited Bed & Breakfast – only to find it is inhabited by the many ghosts of deceased residents who now call it home. The Departed Souls are a close-knit, eclectic group that includes a cheeky Prohibition-era lounge singer (Danielle Pinnock); a pompous 18th century militiaman (Brandon Scott Jones); a 1960s hippie who loves hallucinogens (Sheila Carrasco); an overly optimistic ’80s scout troop leader (Richie Moriarty); a cod-obsessed Viking explorer from 1009 (Devon Chandler Long); a chic ’90s financial brother (Asher Grodman); a sarcastic and witty 16th century native (RomÃ¡n Zaragoza); and a civil society wife and wife of a 19th century robber baron who is Samantha’s ancestor (Rebecca Wisocky), to name a few. If the ghosts have been concerned about the commotion a renovation and B&B will cause in their home, it is nothing compared to the fact that Samantha is the first person alive who can see and hear her.
Occupation of the spirits:
- Rose McIver (Samantha)
- Utkarsh Ambudkar (Jay)
- Brandon Scott Jones (Isaac)
- Richie Moriarty (Pete)
- Danielle Pinnock (Alberta)
- Asher Grodman (Trevor)
- Roman Saragossa (Sasappis)
- Sheila Carrasco (flower)
- Rebecca Wisocky (Hetty)
- Devan Chandler Long (Thorfinn)
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