Ghosted – TV series, USA, 2017 – reviews

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‘Be afraid. Be kind of afraid.’

Ghosted is a 2017 American paranormal comedy TV series starring Craig Robinson and Adam Scott as two polar opposites recruited to investigate paranormal activity in Los Angeles. Created by Tom Gormican and Kevin Etten, the pilot show is directed by Jonathan Krisel.

The show premieres on Fox on October 1, 2017. Prior to this it will stream nightly on Twitter.

A sceptic and a “true believer” in the paranormal are recruited by an organization called The Bureau Underground to investigate a series of “unexplained” activities that are occurring in the Los Angeles area, which are supposedly tied to a mysterious entity that could threaten the existence of the human race…


“Scott and Robinson act as executive producers on the show, which means there’s a lot of room for them to play. Their humor shines through, but Ghosted knows when to put the jokes aside to focus on the plot. It’s a buddy comedy with a supernatural tone. There are scary moments, but like any sitcom, it has a lot of heart.” Kelly McNeely, iHorror

Cast and characters:

  • Craig Robinson as Leroy Wright
  • Adam Scott as Max Jennifer (Little Evil; Piranha 3D; Hellraiser: Bloodline)
  • Amber Stevens West as Annie (Jessabelle)
  • Ally Walker as Captain Ava Lafrey (Mischief Night; The Witches of Eastwick [1992]; Tales from the Crypt TV series)
  • Adeel Akhtar as Barry

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