Ghosts: Season 1 (UK)

Ghosts: Season 1 (UK)

Ghosts: Season 1 (UK)

A young cash-strapped couple think they've hit gold with a grand country house they've inherited, only to discover it's haunted with the ghosts of former inhabitants, in this comedy series.

2019UK
ComedyFantasy
EPISODE 1.1

Who Do You Think You Are?

A young couple, struggling to buy a first home, think their prayers are answered when a distant relative bequeaths them a vast country house. The catch? It’s riddled with ghosts…

EPISODE 1.2

Gorilla War

When the ghostly visions return to haunt Alison, Mike must reassure her that there is a rational, medical explanation – a comforting theory about which he could not be more wrong.

EPISODE 1.3

Happy Death Day

With Pat’s family coming to commemorate his death, Pat begs Alison to pass on a message from beyond the grave, while she attempts to befriend the new builder.

EPISODE 1.4

Free Pass

Desperate for cash, Mike and Alison rent the house to a film crew making a period drama – a move that pushes both Thomas and the old house’s floorboards to breaking point.

EPISODE 1.5

Moonah Ston

Alison’s attempt to win over their posh new neighbours with a swanky dinner party are thrown into chaos by Mary’s woeful catering and Robin’s desire to celebrate the lunar eclipse.

EPISODE 1.6

Getting Out

When Mike and Alison consider selling Button House to a hotel chain, the ghosts come up with some get-rich-quick schemes to help the cash-strapped couple.

Ghosts: Season 1 (UK) / Reviews

Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Aptly, then, Ghosts felt like television from yesteryear. I mean that as a compliment.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

A mashup of Noël Coward's Blithe Spirit and Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), not to mention the manifold sillinesses of Hammer horrors.

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Independent

Independent

Ghosts is sweet, but with a little edge, the special effects unobtrusively done.

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The Times

The Times

It is cheerful, comfort-blanket stuff and feels, to me anyway, like meeting up with old (far more successful) friends.

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