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Ghosts is an American sitcom that premiered on October 7, 2021 on CBS starring Rose McIver as Samantha (Sam) and Utkarsh Ambudkar as her husband Jay who inherit a mansion not knowing it is haunted. After Sam suffers a near-death experience, she wakes up from a coma with the ability to see the dead.

The series is based off the British sitcom of the same name which first aired in 2019 on BBC One.





  • Brandon Scott Jones as Captain Isaac Higgintoot, a closeted gay American Revolutionary officer[2] who died of dysentery[3] two weeks after the siege of Fort Ticonderoga[4] and is a footnote in history.[4] He is based on the Captain of the original British series.
  • Richie Moriarty as Pete Martino, a male Girl Scout leader[2] who died in 1985 from being shot through the neck with an arrow.[3] He is based on Pat Butcher of the original British series.
  • Asher Grodman as Trevor, the most recently deceased of the ghosts, a wealthy, hard-partying Wall Street trader[2] who died not wearing pants. Unlike the other ghosts, he can interact with the physical world by putting great effort into moving small objects or pressing buttons.[3] He is based on Julian Fawcett MP of the original British series.
  • Rebecca Wisocky as Hetty Woodstone, the lady of the manor, the original owner of the Woodstone country estate.[1] She is based on Lady Fanny Button of the original British series.
  • Sheila Carrasco as Susan Montero, a.k.a Flower, a hippie[1] who died while trying to befriend a wild bear.[4] She has the power to put a living person in a trance, as if under the influence of marijuana, if she passes though them.[5]
  • Danielle Pinnock as Alberta Haynes, a flamboyant Prohibition-era jazz singer[2] who died from drinking poisoned moonshine.[6] Her singing can be heard by the living.[3] She can also interact with voice-activated technology, such as an Alexa.[7]
  • Roman Zaragoza as Sasappis, a cynical Lenape Native American.[1]
  • Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn, a Viking and the oldest of the ghosts who died of a lightning strike. He has the ability to make lights flicker,[3] which is shared with Robin The Caveman in the British series.


  • Hudson Thames as Crash, a 1950s-era James Dean style ghost who was decapitated. The character has so far only appeared in 'Pilot' and briefly in the background of 'Halloween', but CBS has suggested he may return in future episodes.
  • Odessa A'Zion as Stephanie- An 80s mean girl who died on the property after getting killed on her Prom Night. She spends months on end sleeping in the attic hence the nickname "Attic Girl". She's an Composite Character of Jemima (Being a minor and not interacting with the ghost adults very much) and The Hitchhiker Ghost Alison briefly encounter in the British Show.

In addition to the main ghosts, the mansion houses a group of ghosts who died of cholera and occupy the basement. Their sickly appearances disturb the upstairs ghosts. The total number is uncertain, but there are at least six, three of which have been named within the series (Stuart, Nancy, and Creepy Dirk), with the remaining three being listed in the credits. They are based on the Plague ghosts of the original British series.

  • Stuart Fink as Cholera Victim Stuart
  • Arthur Holden as Cholera Victim Creepy Dirk
  • Cody Crain as Cholera Victim Cody
  • Nigel Downer as Cholera Victim Nigel
  • Cat Lemieux as Cholera Victim Catherine
  • Betsy Sodaro as Cholera Victim Nancy

There are also British Ghosts who died in the Revolutionary War and live in the shed on the property as that has been the agreement since who war ended and as an result know Isaac. They keep most to themselves and only come up to the main house to redraw the boarder lines every few years although the main house ghosts say its only for Nigel to flirt with Isaac.

  • Chad Andrews as Baxter (The Flutist of the group)
  • Christian Daoust as Jenkins
  • John Hartman as Nigel Chessum


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Fienberg, Daniel (October 7, 2021). "CBS' 'Ghosts': TV Review". The Hollywood Reporter. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Framke, Caroline (October 6, 2021). "CBS Sitcom 'Ghosts' Takes Its Time Finding Own Charming Voice Outside British Original: TV Review". Variety. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Pilot October 7, 2021
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Hello! October 7, 2021
  5. Possession December 10, 2021
  6. Alberta's Fan December 2, 2021
  7. Attic Girl April 14, 2022