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A Christmas Gift
Christmas is just around the corner and Mike's mom, Betty is staying. Although she is just trying to be helpful, Mike and Alison soon lose patience with her interfering ways.

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Last Resort
Mike and Alison receive a life-changing offer far beyond their expectations.

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Carpe Diem
Robin has an epiphany that has a profound impact on the rest of the ghosts.

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En Francais
Mike and Alison try to woo a buyer for their land, but disaster strikes.

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Pineapple Day
Alison and Mike negotiate with Barclay. Meanwhile, the ghosts investigate Kitty's death.

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Mike's anxiety about the future grows. Thomas spots Lady Button's talents.

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With the gatehouse destroyed, Alison and Mike are forced to start again.

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Ghosts is a supernatural British sitcom from BBC One, which first began airing in 2019. Known for its unique blend of comedy and surrealism, the series is a product of the imaginative minds of the team who also worked on the popular children's show Horrible Histories. This includes creators Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas, Jim Howick, Laurence Rickard, and Ben Willbond, who also serve as the key cast members, each portraying one or more of the titular "Ghosts". Their combined talents bring British history to life—quite literally—in an eerily comedic way that pretty much everyone can savour. The story of Ghosts centers around a young couple, Alison (played by Charlotte Ritchie) and Mike (Kiell Smith-Bynoe), who unexpectedly inherit a grand, dilapidated country estate, named Button House, from a distant relative. Plans to renovate the mansion into a lucrative hotel turn disconcertingly astray when they find out they are not the only residents of the manor. The house is shared with a motley group of ghosts from different erizons of history, each possessing their own personalities, quirks, and causes of death. From a disgruntled caveman from prehistoric times and a romantic Victorian gentlewoman to a WWII era army captain, the spectral residents offer an abundance of historical flavours. Their interactions lead to a series of amusing situations, which form the backbone of the series' charm. Complementing this with a sharp script and clever dialogue, Ghosts manages to navigate the fine line between black comedy and light-hearted sitcom. Though only Alison can see and converse with the house's otherworldly occupants, the series is not confined to her perspective. Ghosts often shifts the narrative focus, providing each ghost with episodes dedicated to their backstories, enriching their characters and drawing sympathetic responses from the viewers even as they revel in the absurd gaits of this unlikely family of spirits. Beyond its laugh-out-loud moments, Ghosts effectively blends the macabre with the melancholic. The themes of death, past traumas, and unfulfilled dreams appear frequently, but they rarely drag the series' tone down and instead contribute to the show's depth. Each character is stuck in their own loop of torment, revisiting their demise over and over, and yet the script maintains a light approach, often turning these into instances of slapstick humour or social satire. The show benefits strongly from its cast's excellent performances, quirky dialogue, and well-paced comedic timing. Charlotte Ritchie and Kiell Smith-Bynoe are brilliantly cast as the series' hapless living couple, providing the normalcy to counterbalance their spectral roommates. The ghostly ensemble, all of whom have previously worked on Horrible Histories, have an undeniable on-screen chemistry, resulting in captivating performances that keep viewers immersed in the comically bizarre universe of Ghosts. Despite its supernatural premise, Ghosts retains a sense of authenticity by harnessing the British shtick of dry wit and self-deprecating humour. It’s a sitcom that takes death as its central subject yet maintains an appealing joviality. The ability of the show to maintain this balance has seen it find an audience both in the UK and internationally, illustrating that comedy, much like the ghosts at the heart of the series, transcends the boundaries of time. In conclusion, Ghosts offers a comedy experience revealingsatire, historical richness, and a frenzied spookiness with a delightful touch of British humour. For those willing to step into a slightly macabre but humour-filled world, Ghosts is undoubtedly a series worth watching, demonstrating that a haunted house could be more than just psycho-thriller material—it can also be the perfect setting for an uproarious and endearing comedy.

Ghosts is a series categorized as a . Spanning 5 seasons with a total of 61 episodes, the show debuted on 2019. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.4.

Lolly Adefope, Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby
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