The BBC comedy show Ghosts is coming back for its season 5 on October 6th, 2023. It’s all about Charlotte Ritchie’s character, Alison Cooper, and her husband Mike, who inherit a rundown country house and find themselves being haunted by a bunch of different ghosts from different times.
Since its debut in 2019, the show has been both critically and commercially successful, and has been nominated for a number of awards, including a BAFTA Award in the Scripted Comedy category and a National Television Award in the Best Comedy category. Keep reading to find out more about what to look forward to in Season 5 of Ghosts.
Ghosts Season 5 Release Date
Ghosts season 5 will be airing on BBC One starting Friday, October 6th. You can watch all the episodes on BBC iPlayer starting at 9pm on the same night.
The last part of the series will be a total of six episodes, just like the first few parts.
Ghosts Season 5 Cast
This season of Ghosts is bringing back the adorable group of old Button House residents, portrayed by the show’s writers and creators. It’s gonna be a blast!
Mathew Baynton will be playing Thomas, Simon Farnaby will be playing Julian, Martha will be playing Lady Button, and Jim Howick will be playing Pat. Plus, you’ll get to see Robin and Humphrey, and Ben will be playing The Captain.
Moreover, it’s been confirmed that the characters from “Plague Pit” will be making an appearance in this final chapter of the show.
The cast of The Ghosts also features Lily Adefope playing the ever-emotional Georgian noblewoman Kitty, Charlotte Ritchie playing the real-life owners of the house, Alison, and Mike.
Actor Geoffrey McGivern has been a regular on the show, and he’s often seen as Barclay Beg-Chewneynde, the rich neighbor. It looks like the Coopers might get to meet him again.
What Happened in Previous Seasons of Ghosts?
In the initial seasons of Ghosts, Mike and Alison inherit a dilapidated country house, but they soon find out that it’s been taken over by a bunch of different ghosts from different eras. They’re stuck in the house until they finish what they’ve been trying to do in their past lives.
During the first four seasons of the show, Alison and Mike get to know the ghosts better and help them out with their problems. As they do so, they uncover the history of the house and its secrets.
At the end of the fourth season of Ghosts, Alison and Mike are on the cusp of opening their new bed and breakfast venture. The spirits are eager to help them make their new venture a success. However, there are still some mysterious secrets surrounding Button House.
The fifth and final season of Ghosts is sure to be full of surprises. Will Alison and Mike be able to get Button House up and running? Will the ghosts find peace and move on with their lives? What new secrets will be revealed about Button House?
What is The Plot of Ghosts Season 5?
Following the announcement of the end of Ghosts, fans started to wonder what happened to our beloved Button House residents.
According to the synopsis for the last few episodes, Alison and Mike are considering a new course of action that could have a major impact on the spirits’ afterlife. While this leaves a lot to be desired, the biggest concern is that they might sell the home and move out, leaving their supernatural friends behind.
In the previous season, Alison and Mike tried to make some money by turning their rundown guest house into a bed & breakfast, but that quickly turned into a disaster when a fire broke out in the guest house.
Is there a Trailer for Ghosts Season 5?
We don’t have a trailer yet for season 5 of Ghosts, but we’ll keep this page updated as it comes out.
Is Ghosts Ending With Season 5?
Unfortunately, it’s been announced that Ghosts will be wrapping up its run with its fifth series, premiering on BBC One and on iPlayer, and fans are still reeling from the shock.
A statement issued by the cast reads: “After an incredible five-year run haunting the halls of Button House, we have decided that the time has come to allow our beloved sitcom ‘Ghosts’ to rest in peace. We’ve just finished filming our fifth and final series, and we’re eagerly looking forward to sharing it with all of you later this year. The reception the show has received and the joy we’ve had creating it have surpassed our wildest expectations. We want to express our gratitude to our fantastic cast and crew, as well as everyone at BBC Comedy, BBC1, and Monumental Television for their unwavering support. But above all, we want to thank everyone who has tuned in and watched.”
The news has sent fans reeling as they prepare to say goodbye to this beloved series.