‘Ghosts’ Star Asher Grodman Is One Of TV’s Biggest Breakouts. And He’s Not Wearing Any Pants

‘Ghosts’ Renewed For Season 3 At CBS

CBS’s hit comedy Ghosts will be back for a third go-round. The network has handed a Season 3 renewal to the remake of the BBC comedy, starring Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar, for premiere in the 2023-24 broadcast season. Ghosts moved from 9 p.m. to its current 8:30 Thursday night time slot in its current second season, a shift that has seen its audience grow to an average of 9.15 million viewers, up 15% from its premiere season. It’s up 61% in its time period, and is ranking as television’s top comedy in seven-day playback.

Ratings: ‘Beauty And The Beast’ Is Tops In Demo, ‘Ghosts’ Eyes All-Time High

Beauty and the Beast averaged 4 million total viewers and a 0.7 demo rating, after which The Parent Test retained 1.9 mil and a 0.4. Ghosts‘ hour-long Christmas episode averaged 6.8 million viewers and a 0.6 rating, eyeing its best audience ever and matching its season high in the demo.

‘Ghosts’ Panel Set For San Diego Comic-Con

‘Ghosts’ Showrunners Joe Port & Joe Wiseman Ink Three-Year Overall Deal With CBS Studios

CBS Summer Campaign For ‘Ghosts’ Keeps Spirit Of Show Alive

Ghosts’ freshman season may have ended in April, but CBS is keeping the show’s spirit alive throughout its hiatus. The network will celebrate the breakout sitcom with several activations, stunts and online experiences throughout the summer. And though a summer campaign may seem odd for a show that won’t air new episodes until fall, there’s a method behind CBS’s ghoulish madness. Above: The campaign kicked off with the cast performing Ghosts: The Musical at the Paramount upfront.

‘Ghosts’ Scares Up Season 2 Renewal At CBS

he network has picked up first-year breakout Ghosts for a second season and renewed its Monday block of The Neighborhood and Bob Hearts Abishola as well. The three series join Young Sheldon, which is in the first year of a three-season pickup, on CBS’s roster next season. Led by Young Sheldon, the four shows are the most watched comedies on TV for the current season.

CBS’s ‘Ghosts’ Halts Production Until New Year

Production on CBS’ new hit comedy Ghosts has halted after an individual on the set of the series tested positive for COVID-19. The show, which shoots in Montreal, had been in the middle of producing its season finale when the COVID case forced the premature shutdown, according to sources.

‘Ghosts’ Scores Speedy Full-Season Pickup At CBS

The network has handed out a rapid second-season renewal to the supernatural comedy starring Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar. The show launched Oct. 7 to warm reviews and has performed well with the limited delayed viewing figures available.

Rose McIver Comedy ‘Ghosts’ Nabs CBS Series Order

Rose McIver To Star In CBS Comedy ‘Ghosts’