Inheriting gifts from family members isn’t always as intriguing and beneficial as people may initially seem to believe. That’s certainly the case for the Coopers, a young married couple who unexpectedly inherit Button Hall from a distant relative. What makes the country home frightening, besides its crumbling nature, is the resident ghosts that are already living there. The husband and wife’s interactions with the collection of supernatural beings from different historical periods is chronicled on the British sitcom, ‘Ghosts.’
The television show, which premiered last year on BBC One, was written and performed by many of the cast members of Horrible Histories and Yonderland. The series is the first post-watershed comedy by the ensemble. ‘Ghosts’ stars Charlotte Ritchie and Kiell Smith-Bynoe as the married couple, Alison and Mike Cooper, who must contend with the title beings after they move into the home and start to renovate it.
‘Ghosts’ is now airing on the BBC One channel on Filmon TV. (Note that the BBC One channel is only available for free to viewers in the UK, and international users who have a paid subscription.) The next episode to air on Filmon will stream this afternoon at 3:30-4pm local time. It can be watched live, or recorded and watched at a later time.
Episode 3 of Series 1 of ‘Ghosts,’ which is titled ‘Happy Death Day,’ was written by Ben Willbond, and directed by Tom Kingsley. The episode follows Pat’s (Jim Howick) family as they travel to the hotel to commemorate his death, during which he begs Alison to pass on a message from beyond the grave to them. Meanwhile, she also attempts to befriend the new builder.
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