Ghosts: Season 2 (UK)

Ghosts: Season 2 (UK)

Ghosts: Season 2 (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.

2020UK
ComedyFantasy
EPISODE 2.1

The Grey Lady

Alison and Mike are trying to find a semi-harmonious routine with the ghostly housemates of Button House. The ghosts have found a way to make their new situation work for them, while the couple are... MORE working towards a new money-making venture.

EPISODE 2.2

About Last Night

After a night of partying, Alison and Mike scramble to clean up the house for a venue viewing, and Alison tries to find out why the ghosts are acting so strangely.

EPISODE 2.3

Redding Weddy

Alison and Mike grapple with the latest obstacle to nailing down an event booking, but they’re stymied by the Captain’s past coming back to haunt him.

EPISODE 2.4

The Thomas Thorne Affair

Thomas goes down memory lane with Alison, however, the truth is muddied when the other ghosts tell their version of events. Mike struggles with his own memories of Alison’s past.

EPISODE 2.5

Bump in the Night

It’s a nervous Mike’s first night alone in the house when some uninvited guests set the ghosts on a mission to defend their treasured home.

EPISODE 2.6

Perfect Day

The big day at Button House has arrived, but some freak weather disrupts everyone’s plans.

Ghosts: Season 2 (UK) / Reviews

BBC

BBC

Every single line has been really well executed - there are so many little jokes and references. It's also got such heart.

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The Times

The Times

It's good to have something you can call proper family entertainment back. We need more silly, quick-fire gag, comfort-blanket TV right now.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

It helps that the cast is uniformly great, from the reluctant, gentle patience of Charlotte Ritchie and Kiell Smith-Bynoe as Alison and Mike, to the spectrum of daftness that is the ghosts.

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Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

It's harmless, silly fun and I would rather watch 100 episodes of this than one of the BBC's more topical comedies.

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