BBC’s Comedy Series ‘Ghosts’ To End After Five Seasons

In the fifth and final season, Alison and Mike begin exploring other ways to make ends meet and contemplate a new chapter that will have a major impact on the (after) life who might have Ghosts.

The BBC’s hit sitcom Ghosts will come to an end after its forthcoming fifth series, completing one of the most successful family comedies of the BBC’s last generation.

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The Monumental Television team behind the show took to social media to announce that “After five incredible years of haunting the halls of Button House, we’ve decided the time has come to put our beloved comedy Ghosts at peace.” to let it rest”. “We could never have imagined the reception the show would receive or how much fun we had doing it and we would like to thank our incredible cast and crew and everyone at BBC Comedy, BBC1, and Monumental Television for their tireless support- they added.

After a young couple buys an old mansion they don’t know is full of ghosts, each with a story, Ghosts has been a huge hit, regularly drawing 4-5 million consolidated viewers per week. In the fifth and final season, Alison (Ritchie) and Mike (Smith-Bynoe) begin exploring other ways to make ends meet and contemplate a new chapter that will have a major impact on the (after) life who might have Ghosts.

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The show has been adapted into a hit American sitcom on CBS, with two seasons to date. It is the first to be announced after the BBC announced it is cutting 1,000 hours of programming a year as it struggles to save hundreds of millions of pounds.