Following the success of its first season, which has been repeated on BBC1, Ghosts is coming back for a second series
The first series, which starred much of the cast of children’s favourite Horrible Histories, proved a big hit and it was no surpise when the BBC ordered a second run. And its return date has just been confirmed!
What happened in Ghosts season one?
The first series of Ghosts ran for six episodes, and saw Alison and Mike receiving an offer from a luxury hotel chain in its finale, much to the dismay of its ghostly inhabitants.
They excitedly agree to sell the property, but upon discovering a plague pit in the basement, the hotel chain withdraws the offer
That bombshell ending makes room for another round.
Ghosts season 2: What’s in store?
The Ghosts cast has teased: “We were thrilled with how warmly series one was received and can’t wait to creak open the doors of Button House again and share another clutch of ghost stories.”
Series 2 was officially confirmed last year, with its creators saying, “We are DEAD excited to be returning to BBC1 for a second series of Ghosts.”
They added, “We could not have asked for a more enthusiastic response to the show, and can’t wait to get haunting Button House once again.”
Was Ghosts season 2 filmed before lockdown?
Yes, thankfully the cast managed to complete filming on series two just before the start of lockdown. Ghosts star Martha Howe-Douglas, who plays Lady Fanny Button, tweeted the good news when the production finished shooting in March. She wrote: “By the skin of our teeth, we wrapped on Series 2 of Ghosts last night. Couldn’t be more grateful to our amazing cast and crew who made it all happen. Can’t wait for you all to see it! In the meantime, stay safe x”.
Ghosts season 2 start date: When will it be back on BBC1?
The broadcaster has announced that Ghosts season 2 will begin on Monday 21st September at 8.30pm. It’s a big week for telly as it will also see the start of new Tom Hollander comedy drama Us on BBC1.
Who’s the team behind Ghosts?
The first series was directed by Tom Kingsley, and was written and performed by many of the cast members of Horrible Histories and Yonderland.
The talented cast and crew film on location at West Horsley Place in Surrey.
Will you be tuning in to series 2?