Breakout success of the 2021–2022 TV season, Ghosts is back for another thrilling season on CBS.
The television show Ghosts is the most recent British import to win over American viewers. The Office, Shameless, House of Cards, and Love Island USA are just some of the other popular shows that it has joined.
Ghosts’ American creators, Joe Port and Joe Wiseman, would no doubt be thrilled to achieve the same level of popularity as those shows.
Before discussing Ghosts’ place in the canon of British-to-American adaptations, however, season 2 of the show aims to prove that the first season was no fluke. Check out this rundown of season 2 information for Ghosts.
When can we expect to see the next episode of Ghosts, Season 2?
On Thursday, November 10 at 8:30 pm ET/PT, CBS will air a brand new episode of Ghosts, which will feature a celebrity guest star. The official plot summary for “Dumb Deaths” reads as follows:
As the story goes, “Pete confronts a painful truth about the day he died when a television documentary crew comes to Woodstone Mansion to tape an episode of Dumb Deaths.”
If you like the original BBC Ghosts, you may enjoy this episode because it features Matthew Baynton, who played one of the main characters in the original series.
If you missed the most recent episode of Ghosts, you can watch it on demand the following day on CBS.com and Paramount Plus if you are a subscriber.
Since the BBC still airs its own adaptation of Ghosts, the American version has yet to make its way to the UK.
Ghosts: A Viewing Guide
Ghosts, which airs on CBS, can be viewed by those who either pay for a cable or satellite TV package or who receive signals from their local CBS affiliate via an antenna. CBS is available on FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, and YouTube TV, among other live TV streaming providers.
Ghosts can be viewed online via Paramount Plus. Those who subscribe to Paramount Plus’ ad-free subscription may watch the most recent episodes of Ghosts live on the streaming site, while all other customers can watch the show whenever they like, on-demand.
Anyone with a cable or satellite TV subscription or an account with a live TV streaming service can watch episodes whenever they choose on CBS.com.
Is there any way to find out who will be appearing in Ghosts season 2 Cast?
The new season features the return of the full regular cast. You may add Rose McIver, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Brandon Scott Jones, Danielle Pinnock, and a host of others to that list. Take a look below to see who plays which roles among the main cast:
- Rose McIver as Samantha
- Utkarsh Ambudkar as Jay
- Brandon Scott Jones as Isaac
- Richie Moriarity as Pete
- Danielle Pinnock as Alberta
- Asher Grodman as Trevor
- Roman Zaragoza as Sasappis
- Sheila Carrasco as Flower
- Rebecca Wisocky as Hetty
- Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn
Plot of In Ghosts?
In Ghosts, Samantha and Jay, a young couple, play heirs to an old country estate with dreams of opening a bed and breakfast. While at the house, Samantha has an accident and begins to see the small number of spirits that reside there. Everyone has to figure out how to get along and pitch in occasionally.
Two major events occurred in the season one finale of Ghosts. In the first part, Isaac, a Revolutionary War soldier who has died, exposes his true, passionate affections for a ghost British soldier.
Meanwhile, when Samantha and Jay get ready to launch their bed and breakfast, they learn that Thorfinn placed a curse on them not long after they moved in, back when they were still enemies.
Samantha decides to disregard the curse because the only means to break it could compromise her ability to speak to the dead. As they prepare to host their first visitors, the mansion begins to fall apart.
Season 2 of Ghosts will have to deal with the fallout of the actual curse. Can Jay and Samantha still run a bed and breakfast? Will Samantha give up her capacity to communicate with the dead? How many other issues from the spirits’ history will surface?
The official plot summary for the second season premiere of Ghosts has been released by CBS. In the episode “Spies,” Sam uses the ghosts as leverage to get a positive review from a pair of harsh reviewers who are staying at the B&B. Also, Isaac tries to integrate Nigel into his friend circle.
British and American ghosts come head to head.
For those fans that were familiar with the original UK version of Ghosts and were expecting for some kind of crossover between the two shows, we have some good news.
This is the sort of thing that’s happening in the new season. Guest starring in the American version of Ghosts is actor Mathew Baynton, who plays Thomas Thorne in the British version of the show’s fourth season. Baynton said this about his time in the US in an interview with Entertainment Weekly (opens in new tab):
“When I was requested to play a guest role in the CBS version of Ghosts, I was a little apprehensive that the two universes merging might tear a hole in the fabric of time and space. Thankfully, that didn’t happen and instead, I had a lot of pleasure acting with a bunch of extremely gorgeous amusing individuals.”