Prepare yourself! The third season of the beloved series, “Ghost,” will be back! Continue reading to find out more.
If you’re watching the second season right now, you’re well aware that not all of the episodes have yet aired. However, if you read the updates today, CBS has already given the go-ahead for a new season, demonstrating that interest in and love for this TV show are only growing and that it has unquestionably emerged as one of the most well-liked shows in the catalog. It is also clear that the show has a lot of room for growth with its explorative arcs. If you’re one of those who want to get clarification about the renewal status, among other details, then look no further. To find all of your answers, keep reading until the very end.
Here is everything we know so far about Ghosts Season 3.
Ghosts Season 3 Renewal Status
The good news has finally arrived for the fans, as Ghosts will definitely return to the screen with the third season! It is no surprise that the show is returning for another season, as the overall reception alone indicates the show’s popularity along with the fairly good critical acclaim from the audience and critics. 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 2023-2024 broadcast season. Ghosts moved from 9 pm to its current 8:30 pm Thursday night time slot in its current second season, a shift which 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 with +2.5 million viewers, according to the network and Nielsen. With live +35-day multiplatform viewing, Ghosts viewership is over 11.5 million viewers across linear and streaming platforms, and it ranks as both the #1 comedy series on Paramount+ and CBS’ most-streamed program (Paramount+ and CBS TVE), per Nielsen and CBS. On the other hand, the official Twitter handle of the show also shared the third season’s announcement among its followers, quoting, “#GhostsCBS is booking another stay for season three! We can’t wait to haunt these halls for a third season.” Take a look at the official post below:
— Ghosts (@GhostsCBS) January 12, 2023
Ghosts Season 3: What to expect?
We would like to bring attention to the fact that the exact launch date has yet to be determined, as the series was recently renewed by the network. However, it has been speculated that the forthcoming season would most likely have a release window suggested to be around the fall of 2023-2024 season.
As, the second season premiered its pilot episode on September 29, 2022, it is expected to follow a similar time slot, with new episodes dropping on a weekly basis on Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c on CBS and later available to stream on Paramount Plus. Of course, this is just speculation! Hence, we suggest that the viewers be patient and follow all the social media platforms for the series to be updated with the latest information for the third season.
The series follows a struggling young couple, Samantha, played by McIver, and Jay, played by Ambudkar, whose dreams come true when they inherit a beautiful country house, only to find it’s both falling apart and inhabited by many of the deceased previous residents.
“This season, executive producers Joe Port, Joe Wiseman, and the brilliant cast delivered episodes that far surpassed our expectations. From the opening of the Woodstone B&B to epic Halloween and Christmas episodes, we have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know our Ghosts even better. Much like our viewers, we love them more each and every week,” said Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment. Further adding, “As the series continues to win fans on broadcast and streaming, we’re thrilled to bring back this touching and hilarious comedy for a third season.”
Ghosts Season 3 Cast and Crew
The original cast members are expected to reprise their roles are Rose McIver as Samantha Arondekar; Utkarsh Ambudkar as Jay Arondekar; Brandon Scott Jones as Captain Isaac Higgintoot; Danielle Pinnock as Alberta Haynes; Richie Moriarty as Pete Martino; Asher Grodman as Trevor Lefkowitz; Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn; Sheila Carrasco as Susan Montero; Rebecca Wisocky as Hetty Woodstone and Román Zaragoza as Sasappis.
The series is based on the BBC Studios distributed format Ghosts, the series is produced by CBS Studios in association with Lionsgate Television and BBC Studios’ Los Angeles production arm. Joe Port and Joe Wiseman executive produce along with Mathew Baynton, Jim Howick, Simon Farnaby, Laurence Rickard, Ben Willbond, and Martha Howe-Douglas; Alison Carpenter, Debra Hayward, and Alison Owen (Monumental Television); and Angie Stephenson (BBC Studios).
— Ghosts (@GhostsCBS) January 9, 2023
Ghosts Season 3 Episodes and Streaming Options
It is expected to have the same range of episodes and is intended to follow the same framework to be consistent. We’d also like to point out that, as of January 13, 2023, the exact titles and numbers for the episodes cannot be confirmed. In order to receive updates on when the show premieres on the respective streaming platforms, interested viewers can also enable notifications. Here is a brief episode guide for the first season to help you grasp the order and discover the plot, which will transpire and expand the tale further to reach the best conclusion for the series.
Episode 1: Spies: Sam enlists the ghosts to help secure a good review from an overly critical couple staying at the bed-and-breakfast; Isaac tries to integrate Nigel into his friend group.
Episode 2: Alberta’s Podcast: Sam decides to host a podcast exploring the mystery surrounding Alberta’s death; Hetty develops an unusual relationship with a broken washing machine.
Episode 3: Jay’s Friends: Sam becomes alarmed when the ghosts suggest Jay’s new friends may be part of a cult run by a charismatic leader named Micah; Pete changes his attitude after Sasappis criticizes his unceasing cheerfulness.
Episode 4: The Tree: Sasappis convinces Sam and Jay to try and save an old tree on the Woodstone property that the neighbors want to cut down; Thor attempts to become more environmentally friendly to get Flower’s attention.
Episode 5: Halloween 2: The Ghost of Hetty’s Past: A séance at Sam and Jay’s last-minute Halloween party conjures up a spirit from Hetty’s past; Isaac worries Nigel will be turned off by his ghost power.
Episode 6: The Baby Bjorn: Sam meets a Viking ghost at the Farnsbys’ house who has an unexpected connection to Thorfinn; Trevor devises a new method for the ghosts to trade favors.
Episode 7: Dumb Deaths: When a TV documentary crew comes to Woodstone Mansion to shoot an episode of “Dumb Deaths”; Pete confronts a hard truth about the day he died.
Episode 8: The Liquor License: Alberta’s expertise from her past comes in handy when Sam and Jay run into some complications during their Woodstone whiskey-tasting soiree; Trevor devises a ghost fraternity, which inspires a revelation from Isaac’s past.
Episode 9: The Christmas Spirit, Part One: When Jay’s sister Bela returns to Woodstone Mansion for a holiday visit and brings a male friend, Samantha makes it her mission to spark a holiday romance between them.
Episode 10: The Christmas Spirit, Part Two: Sam and Thorfinn get caught in the crossfire as the scheme Jay’s sister and the ghosts conjure up goes awry; Isaac’s marriage to Beatrice sheds light on how apprehensive he has been in communicating his feelings to Nigel.
Episode 11: The Perfect Assistant: Sam and Jay are thrilled when they find a highly qualified assistant, but their new employee comes with some surprising baggage; Thorfinn tries to help his son deal with a bully.
Episode 12: The Family Business: Sam gives relationship advice to her and Jay’s assistant, Freddie, ignoring Hetty’s warning not to get too close to “the help”; Sasappis strikes up a romance with Jessica, the ghost who lives in Freddie’s car.
When released, Ghosts Season 3, along with the prior seasons, will most likely be available on all prior platforms that have the rights to stream the series, as well as on-air on the CBS channel on Thursdays. The series will have an exclusive streaming home on Paramount+. Moreover, the first two seasons are currently available to stream on Paramount+ and fuboTV, depending on viewers’ locations. The series is also available to rent or buy on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Vudu, depending on the preferred membership plans that the users can choose from. On the other hand, it is also available to watch for free on the CBS platform.
— Ghosts (@GhostsCBS) January 12, 2023
Ghosts Season 3: Is there any new teaser or trailer?
The third season of Ghosts has not yet received a trailer from the network, and we don’t expect to see one anytime soon. We think that the trailer won’t be released until all the episodes of the second season air on the channel. In the meantime, we suggest that the fans check out the official trailer of Ghosts Season 2, which gives a brief insight into the new episodes, as Season 2 will explore “a surprising connection” between established characters and “a ghost that lives at the Farnsbys’ house.” On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season has received an approval rating of 100% with an average rating of 7/10, based on seven critic reviews. Take a look at the trailer below:
Catch up on the previous episodes while you wait for more Ghosts Season 3 updates.