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"Pilot"/"Hello!" -- Samantha and Jay throw both caution and money to the wind when they decide to convert a rundown country estate they inherited into a bed & breakfast -- only to find it's inhabited by the many opinionated spirits of deceased residents who now call it home. Also, when Sam thinks she's crazy because she continues to see the ghosts of Woodstone Manor, she tries to ignore them, making them even more determined to get her to acknowledge they're real, on the special one-hour series premiere of the new CBS Original comedy GHOSTS, Thursday, Oct. 7 (9:01-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+. The one-hour premiere will be seamless with back-to-back episodes. Pictured (L-R ) Utkarsh Ambudkar as Jay and Rose McIver as Samantha Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS 2020 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Ghosts season 2 episodes: How many episodes are in season 2?
Ghosts on CBS has proved to be a supernaturally fun network series! Watching Sam, Jay, and all the ghosts living on the grounds of their home are the perfect way to spend our Thursday nights.
The show stars Rose McIver as Sam and Utkarsh Ambudkar as her husband Jay. The ghosts who died on their home’s grounds, which Sam inherited from a relative, are Brandon Scott Jones as Isaac, Richie Moriarty as Pete, Danielle Pinnock as Alberta, Asher Grodman as Sasappis, Sheila Carrasco as Flower, Rebrcca Wisocky as Hetty, and Devan Chandler Long as Thorfinn.
Season 2 of the comedy premiered Sept. 29, 2022 on the network. But the full season has not aired yet. How many more episodes can we expect this year? We’ve got the answer for you below!
How many episodes are in Ghosts season 2 on CBS?
Season 2 has a total of 22 episodes, according to TVLine . As of Jan. 17, 2023 the first 12 episodes of the season have aired on CBS. So that means there are 10 episodes left of the show’s sophomore season to be broadcast.
We last left off with episode 12, “The Family Business.” Sam decided to give Freddie, her and Jay’s assistant, relationship advice. Even though Hetty advised Sam not to be too nice to “the help.,” CBS shares. Elsewhere, Sasappis starts a relationship with Jessica, the ghost who lives in Freddie’s car.
We won’t be seeing the next episode, season 2 episode 13, until Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023. In “Ghost Hunter,” Freddie buys ghost-hunting equipment as he suspect the B&B is haunted, per the synopsis. And when the assistant sells his car, this effects Sasappis and Jessica’s newly formed relationship.
If you can’t get enough of the show, you’ll be happy to know that the sitcom has already been renewed for a season 3! So we can expect to see even more episodes in the fall 2023 television schedule. Amazing news!
Ghosts airs Thursday night on CBS. Episodes are also available to watch online live and on-demand on Paramount+ .
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A young couple, Sam and Jay, inherit a haunted mansion and, unaware of their invisible housemates, plan to turn it into a B&B. Their lives become much more complicated after a fall causes Sa... Read all A young couple, Sam and Jay, inherit a haunted mansion and, unaware of their invisible housemates, plan to turn it into a B&B. Their lives become much more complicated after a fall causes Sam to see the ghosts. Based on the UK series. A young couple, Sam and Jay, inherit a haunted mansion and, unaware of their invisible housemates, plan to turn it into a B&B. Their lives become much more complicated after a fall causes Sam to see the ghosts. Based on the UK series.
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- Goofs The Farnsby's house moves between seasons. In season 1, when they first meet Sam and Jay, they introduce themselves as the next-door neighbours, and talk about hearing the construction work from next-door. But in season 2, Sam says they are two doors down. With the size of the grounds belonging to the houses, two doors down would be several miles away, and completely unaffected by anything Sam and Jay did with their house.
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Ghosts season 2 returns with hauntings and hijinks
More hauntings and hijinks are in store when you watch Ghosts season 2 online. The CBS comedy debuted last year as an adaptation of a British series of the same name. It's become a big hit of its own, thanks to the delightfully zany antics of the titular spirits.
Ghosts season 2 premieres Thursday (Sept. 29). • Time — 8:30 p.m. ET/PT • U.S. — Watch on CBS via Fubo.TV or Paramount Plus • Watch anywhere — try ExpressVPN 100% risk free
Ghosts revolves around married couple Samantha (Rose McIver) and Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar), who move into a country mansion that they have inherited. They discover that it's not only decrepit, but haunted by the ghosts of persons who died on premises! Sam can hear and see the ghosts, while Jay cannot.
The ghosts include the flashy Prohibition-era jazz singer Alberta (Danielle Pinnock), gay Revolutionary War Captain Isaac Higgintoot (Brandon Scott Jones), Pinecone Trooper leader Pete (Richie Moriarty) and Sam's ancestor Hetty (Rebecca Wisocky).
When Ghosts season 2 kicks off, Sam and Jay have finally succeeded in converting the mansion into a B&B. Now, she enlists the help of the ghosts to get a good review from some highly critical guests.
Here is everything you need to watch Ghosts season 2. Plus, watch a trailer below:
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In the U.S., viewers can watch Ghosts season 2 premiere Thursday, Sept. 29 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT.
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Of these options, we recommend FuboTV, one of the best streaming services on the market.
You can also watch your local CBS station's live feed on Paramount Plus with a Premium subscription.
Fubo.TV is one of the best live TV services with CBS. The streamer all of the local broadcast networks and most of the top cable channels. Who needs cable? Not Fubo subscribers. And it's got a 7-day free trial so you don't need to pay up front.
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How to watch Ghosts season 2 in the UK
Mixed news for British fans of Ghosts who want to see the American version. BBC is reportedly finalizing a deal to air the U.S. Ghosts but there's no confirmation nor a release date.
Meanwhile, the original British Ghosts just debuted series 4, available on BBC and iPlayer.
If you want to watch the American Ghosts season 2 live using a streaming service you already for pay, check out ExpressVPN .
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Canadians will see Ghosts season 2 at the same time and date as Americans. It's broadcasting on Global TV , at 8:30 p.m. ET.
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Ghosts Recap: The True Meaning of Ghostmas
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, I’m not talking about Christmas or Hanukkah or New Year’s Eve or anything like that. I’m talking about Ghostmas. Ghostmas has traditions I can really get behind. These include (but are not limited to) possessions, resurrections, holiday rom-com plotting, kissing, weepy gift opening, people shoving full sticks of butter down their gullets, sexy lumberjack videos, ghost carolers, and 30 seconds of television that will make you involuntarily jump out of your seat with delightful shock. Warm up a hot toddy and put on your flannel PJs, because that’s a holiday right there.
It feels good and right that Ghosts is leaning into the holiday rom-com theme since Rose McIver stars as a blogger turned queen of Aldovia in not one but three A Christmas Prince movies. It’s a fun little wink to have Sam obsessed with holiday romance — she’s quite adamant that Holly’s making the right choice by quitting her big-city job to marry the heir to the North Pole fortune in Single and Ready to Kringle , which is totally made up but sounds like it could be premiering on Hallmark this very weekend, doesn’t it? But this obsession spirals into something much bigger in our Ghostmas two-parter.
When Jay’s sister, Bela (who, you’ll remember, knows all about the ghosts since Trevor catfished her that one time), arrives for the holidays with her friend Eric, who is clearly in love with her, Sam wants to orchestrate her very own holiday rom-com. She tries to get Bela and Eric in the mood by forcing them into holiday activities, like making gingerbread houses together, and situations that appeal to Bela’s horniness, like trying to get Eric to chop some wood in flannel and suspenders (he does not). Unfortunately, Bela just isn’t into Eric because he’s too much of a nice guy. He’s an architect who designs new hospital wings, helps Bela move whenever she needs it (four times!), and gives up his holiday plans to drive her to Jay and Sam’s when her car gets booted. Eric is a monster, clearly.
Bela wants someone a little more dangerous. Someone a little unpredictable. Someone like … Trevor . Yep, she’s still curious about her ghost match, and, not surprisingly since Trevor hasn’t gotten laid in decades, he remains curious about her, too. Okay, fine, he’s interested in Bela for more than that. They share many common interests, including Hamptons party culture. Whatever — these two are hot for each other!
After seeing Trevor mope around over Bela and Eric (“What does he have that I don’t? A body? Big whoop!”), Sas has an idea. Thanks to Hetty’s excursion into Jay’s body via electrical shock last season, they know that it’s possible for a ghost to possess the living. They also know that Eric would literally do anything for Bela. (Seriously, Bela seems cool and all, but the guy needs to learn how to say no!) What if, the ghosts posit, Trevor uses his ghost power to text Bela from Sam and Jay’s iPad, letting her know about the whole possession thing, and then have her get Eric to agree to let Trevor possess him just for one day so Trevor and Bela can be together? It’s a fool-proof plan!
Just kidding, it is the least fool-proof plan imaginable. Although, the part that you’d think would be the hardest — convincing an adult man that not only are ghosts real, but that he should let a ghost enter his body so that the ghost can have sex with the woman he’s pining after — is actually the easiest. Eric is a little concerned about the whole voluntary high-voltage part, but he wants Bela to “sow [her] wild ghosts” in hopes that one day they’ll be more than friends. This poor, dumb man. Trevor and Sas can’t believe they pulled it off but Trevor does acknowledge what we’re all thinking: “This guy is mentally ill, but I love him!”
Sadly, just as Eric is about to touch the wall sconce’s exposed wiring, which should shoot him back toward Trevor, Sam and Jay figure out what’s going on and put a stop to it. Jay and Bela argue over her terrible life choices. Bela tries to explain that she, Eric, and Trevor “are three consenting adults,” but Jay won’t hear it. He doesn’t think it’s an out-of-line thing to ask that his sister not “sleep with a ghost on Christmas in my house.” Objectively, no, it doesn’t seem like a wild ask, but he is a little harsh about Bela’s decision-making skills. Or is he? I mean, this is a pretty bad decision!
Sadly, Trevor’s hopes for a day with Bela are crushed. “It would’ve been the second greatest thing a Jew ever did on Hanukkah,” he laments to his ghost friends,. “It would’ve been the Maccabees and then T-Money.” Oh Trevor, never change.
But wait! What’s this? Maybe Trevor’s Hanukkah dreams aren’t completely hopeless. On Christmas morning, Sam comes downstairs to kick off her favorite day of the year and continue an ongoing fight she’s been having with Thor who, as it turns out, is not a fan of the holiday that’s made up of a whole bunch of traditions from Norse culture that were taken and tweaked. You think Thor hates Danes? Wait until you hear Thor talk about Christmas.
What all of this means, though, is that Thor is right there behind Sam as she tries to fix the wall sconce — in the perfect position to accidentally possess Sam when she’s zapped and tossed back from the wall. There are two things I love about this turn of events: First, for the second time this season, Rose McIver reminds us why iZombie was so much fun to watch as she completely inhabits our resident Viking. And second, the show recognizes how absolutely bonkers it is that Jay doesn’t notice something’s up with his wife. You can try and cover by having Jay say he’s preoccupied, but the woman is using wild syntax, shoveling butter and fish in her face, and mostly grunting — no one’s buying Jay’s obliviousness, not even the characters in the show. And you know what? It’s fine! Let this wacky sitcom live!
Thanks to some advice from resident possession expert Hetty, Thor is able to stay in control of Sam’s body. In a previous recap, I mentioned that Rebecca Wisocky might be taking the MVP title this season and that distinction becomes official in this episode: Anyone who can get through the line “By the end of my time inside Jay, I had learned to fully suppress the host” without dying (no offense) of laughter, wins it all. Once he gets the doors-are-now-solid thing down, Thor has a grand old time in a living body after 1,000 years as a ghost. Plus his ghost power still works, so he can mess with all the dumb, offensive Christmas lights he wants. The other ghosts use this opportunity to their advantage, too: They have Thor-as-Sam convince Jay that he was too hard on his sister and encourage him to run off to catch Eric at the train station (yes, this man left his own car for Bela to use — somebody help him).
It’s a great “rom-com trope turned on its head” sort of scene when Jay tracks down Eric and woos him back to the mansion with a conversation that would seem highly suggestive to anyone not in the know about possessions. Jay apologizes for being “too judgmental about the thing [Eric] wanted to do with [his] sister last night.” When Eric asks Jay if “it,” meaning possession, is going to hurt, Jay responds: “Honestly, yeah man, a little bit, but once they’re fully inside, it’s not that bad.” The man at the train station overhearing all of this is not enthused, but the rest of us? This is some real “get sucked off” level of humor, and that is among the highest of compliments.
So Trevor and Bela — and weirdly, Eric — should get their Christmas wish, right? Not so fast. Eric touches the exposed wire, gets shocked, and instead of being thrown back into Trevor, Eric dies . He dies! He got electrocuted! But don’t worry, Eric’s story isn’t that tragic — he winds up hanging with the ghosts for a few seconds, long enough for them to let him know that he’s going to regret putting that reindeer sweater on today, but then Thor-as-Sam steps in and uses his electrical powers (while outing himself to Jay) to shock Eric back to life. In the end, Jay drives his wife’s body through the ghost boundary to finally eject Thor, and Bela, thanks to a nudge from Jay about how “unstable” and unpredictable Eric is, begins to see Eric in a new way. While it pains Trevor, it looks like Bela and Eric are headed toward something more than friendship. And all it took was Eric dying and coming back to life to make it happen! Single people, take note!
Bela’s isn’t the only revelation of the holiday. Isaac’s been stewing over a hiccup in his relationship with Nigel: The two haven’t even kissed yet, and that is 100 percent Isaac’s fault. Sure, you could blame his hesitation on the cautionary tale that is Pete getting face-palmed by Alberta last week ( the talk of the ghost town), but it’s much more than that. Thanks to an insightful nightmare and some heart-to-hearts with his ghost buddies, Isaac realizes that he’s carrying immense guilt from trapping his wife Beatrice in a sham marriage all those years ago. He feels like he should never be allowed to be happy because he robbed her of her own happiness. But when Sas learns that Beatrice’s nickname for Isaac was Cricket, he puts a few things together: He was around while Isaac was dying and he saw a woman come to Isaac’s bedside to give him clean clothes and be with him in his final moments and the woman called Isaac “Cricket.” It was Beatrice. Even though she must have known that their marriage was built on a lie, it’s clear she forgave Isaac and still cared for him. Knowing this, Isaac can move on from his guilt — and the first thing he does is march into Nigel’s shed and plant a big ol’ kiss on him. It’s very romantic! All holidays should have 100 percent more kissing!
Meanwhile, Thor gains some new perspective too: While in Sam’s body, he learns that there are a few things about Christmas that are actually pretty nice. They’re mostly food related, but also the idea of family and friends coming together. When Pete points out that the ghosts and Sam and Jay are his pseudo-family, that cold, icy Viking heart starts to melt. And then when he learns that Sam got all the ghosts presents and his is a little Viking ship in a bottle? Well, both a Viking and a recapper get a little misty eyed.
Finally, there’s nothing like being horny during the holidays to force a change in perspective. In perhaps the most surprising 30 seconds of Ghosts ever, sad, horned-up Trevor comes across Hetty, who, after being introduced to those hot-lumberjack TikToks before Sam took her phone away from her for good, is also sad and horned up. They both agree that it’s torturous to be this revved up with nothing to do about it. It seems like they are just getting hornier by the second as they trade back and forths. And then just when Trevor thinks he’s been a little too inappropriate with the buttoned-up Hetty, she grabs him and says, “Not nearly far enough, you pantless son of a bitch, get over here” AND THEY START MAKING OUT. Hetty and Trevor! Are! Hooking up! I don’t know about you guys, but this might be the best TV-related Christmas gift I’ve ever received. And when the other ghosts find out? Oh baby, this will be the gift that keeps on giving well into 2023.
Ghouls Just Want to Have Fun
• When Trevor tells Sam he’s hurt that she’d try to fix Bela up with Eric right in front of him, she has the perfect response: “Sorry, it’s just that he seems like a nice guy and you don’t have a body.”
• Sam giving the ghosts gifts is honestly the sweetest. She gives Sas a frozen pizza to smell! Has anyone ever been so happy on Christmas morning?
• To get the conversation to focus on him, at one point, Isaac stage whispers, “Somebody ask me if I’m okay.” It’s actually a pretty great move.
• “You’re my sister and it’s Christmas, so let’s get a ghost in this dude, huh?”
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‘Ghosts’ Finds Exclusive Streaming Home for Season 2
Here's where you can stream the spooky sitcom.
Paramount+ and Lionsgate have just joined forces in an exclusive SVOD — subscription-based video-on-demand — deal for the hit comedy series Ghosts . This exciting news comes follows the series' renewal for Season 2 at CBS earlier this year. Ghosts has been a smash hit with both critics and audiences and is the highest-rated new comedy of the year.
The new agreement will expand Paramount+’s existing in-season rights to the series, and beginning this fall the streaming platform will be the exclusive SVOD service for new and existing episodes of Ghosts .
Of the deal, Tanya Giles , chief programming officer at Paramount+ said:
“ Ghosts is one of the biggest comedy hits in years and one of the most talked about shows. It is the perfect addition to the fantastic pipeline of content driving peak streaming at Paramount+."
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Jim Packer , president of the Lionsgate Worldwide Television Distribution Group added: “With fresh storylines, an incredible cast, and a brilliant creative team, Ghosts is that rare television series that taps into the popular zeitgeist to become a cultural phenomenon."
The news of Paramount+'s deal for SVOD rights is likely to add to the hype behind Ghosts , at least that is what David Stapf , president of CBS Studios is betting. Stapf said:
“Since the series premiere, GHOSTS has found passionate viewers – both on CBS and Paramount+. Ratings and online conversation about the show have grown virtually every week, and the series is the #1 new comedy by a huge margin. The best part is that viewers are still finding this unique and brilliant series, and this new SVOD agreement will help further that discovery process in a big way.”
Ghosts is based on a British series of the same name and is created as a part of Lionsgate’s partnership with BBC Studios in Los Angeles. The series tells the story of a couple, Samantha ( Rose McIver ) and Jay ( Utkarsh Ambudkar ), who move into their dream home only to find out that it is filled to the gills with an eclectic bunch of ghosts that only Samantha can see and hear.
Starring alongside McIver and Ambudkar are Brandon Scott Jones , Richie Moriarty , Asher Grodman , Rebecca Wisocky , Sheila Carrasco , Danielle Pinnock , Roman Zaragoza , and Devan Chandler Long . Joe Port and Joe Wiseman serve as showrunners on the series.
Ghosts is expected to return for Season 2 this fall.
'Ghosts' season 2 on its way to CBS
The American 'Ghosts' remake has been renewed for a second season.
Ghosts will continue to haunt CBS as the network has renewed the comedy for a second season after it has proved a huge hit with comedy fans.
According to CBS, the adaptation of the BBC comedy of the same name has drawn around 8.1 million viewers an episode. It's performed well with critics, too; over on Rotten Tomatoes , the series holds a 94% rating.
Kelly Kahl, CBS Entertainment president, said: "Joe Port and Joe Wiseman, together with a breakout cast and exceptional writers, have done a superb job of adapting Ghosts for the US and absolutely making it their own.
"This smart and charming show is delivering new creative highs, not to mention scaring up new audience highs, every week," Kahl added.
As part of the announcement, we learned that The Neighborhood and Bob Hearts Abishola were also being renewed. Further information about these new seasons is expected to arrive at a later date.
Ghosts is based on the British series of the same name from the team behind Horrible Histories and Yonderland. The original is one of the best BBC comedies you can watch right now and is available to stream on HBO Max in the US.
The remake stars Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar as married duo, Samantha and Jay. They live together in a small apartment in New York City but end up inheriting a beautiful country house which they aim to transform into a bed and breakfast.
When they arrive, they find their new manor is in disrepair and full of ghosts that Sam is able to see and hear the spirits after she survives a near-death accident in the house.
The ghosts in the US remake are: American revolutionary officer Captain Isaac Higgintoot (played by Brandon Scott Jones), Boy Scout leader Pete Martino (Richie Moriarty), wealthy Wall Street trader Trevor Lefkowitz (Asher Grodman), Lady of the Manor Hetty Woodstone (Rebecca Wisocky), hippie ghost Susan "Flower" Montero (Sheila Carrasco), Prohibition-era jazz singer Alberta Haynes (Danielle Pinnock), cynical Lenape Native American Sasappis (Roman Zaragoza), and Thorfinn (Devan Chandler Long), a Viking who died in a lightning strike.
Similar to how the British comedy has a number of Plague ghosts dwelling in the basement, Sam and Jay's mansion is also home to a group of ghosts who died of cholera.
Ghosts first season is available to stream now on CBS.com or with Paramount+.
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5 Episodes 2023 - 0
Thu, Sep 28, 2023 120 mins
Karen calls Tim and Sapphire back to Gunslinger Gulch to investigate a shocking, fire-branded omen. When Tim repels deeper into The Pit for answers, a confrontation with his own dark nemesis leads to painful revelations about the living and the dead.
A Debt to Be Paid
Thu, Oct 5, 2023 120 mins
Sarah Lemos brings terrifying visions of a nearby cave, while Sapphire investigates a suspicious suicide linked to the Log Cabin. When a ring shows that a false ghost is pursuing Karen, the team strives to separate her from her painful history.
I Am the Darkness
Thu, Oct 12, 2023 120 mins
Scott Di Lalla joins the fray as Tim and Sapphire use hypnosis to uncover secrets from the past. But a sinister spirit attachment hinders the experiment. Frustrated, the team seeks out the Darkness in two abandoned hospitals.
Thu, Oct 19, 2023 120 mins
To convince his fractured team they are battling Beelzebub, Tim leads them to an epicenter of suffering, the Old Montana State Prison. The emotional experience pushes Tim to cross a dangerous line and summon the high-ranking demon.
Thu, Oct 26, 2023 120 mins
The team splinters when Tim and Scott summon a demon despite Sarah and Sapphire's objections. But when the experiment exposes a new threat directly tied to Karen, they must put their differences aside and fight the Darkness together.
Power Book 2: Ghost Season 3 Finale Recap & Ending Explained
Posted: October 16, 2023 | Last updated: October 16, 2023
- "Power Book II: Ghost" season 3 finale sets the stage for an exciting fourth season with open-ended twists and turns.
- The characters in "Power Book II" are brilliantly written and relatable despite their flaws, as they navigate the criminal world.
- Loyalty is a central theme in the series, driving characters' actions and defining their alliances, while disloyalty reveals true villainous nature.
The explosive conclusion to the Power Book II: Ghost season 3 finale was an ending of sorts, but it also left the door open for more exciting twists and turns in the forthcoming fourth season. Debuting in 2020 on Starz , Power Book II is a spinoff of the network's wildly popular crime drama series Power. It follows Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.) as he tries to go straight while being constantly called back into the criminal world. Much like its predecessor, Power Book II is a classic crime drama that builds upon its fascinating characters in each successive season.
Though Power Book II: Ghost was the first spinoff, it was soon joined by two additional series that explore the world of Power and expand upon the vibrant characters and their backstories. The characters of Power Book II might not be the most likable, but their struggles are brilliantly written in a way that makes them relatable. The entire Power franchise finds a strong synthesis between its overt violence and crime, and the overarching ideas of family, loyalty, and ultimately power through wealth and influence. After the Power Book II: Ghost season 3 finale, the show was greenlit for season 4, though a release date hasn't been set yet.
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Power Book II: Ghost Series Recap - Everything That Happened So Far
After murdering his father Ghost (Omari Hardwick) in Power season 6, Power Book II as season 1 sees Tariq enroll at Stansfield University as a full-time student in order to inherit his father's estate. However, Tariq quickly recognizes an opportunity to make money and increase his standing, and he produces a study app that is actually a front for pushing pills on campus. This need for "product" brings him into league with the powerful Tejada clan, which is headed by the matriarch Monet (Mary J. Blige). This causes jealousy between Tariq and Cane (Woody McClain), Monet's son, which eventually leads to a violent confrontation between Tariq and his professor.
Following the murder of his professor, Tariq finds himself at a crossroads in Power Book II season 2, and that drives him even further into the arms of the Tejada crime family. Meanwhile, Monet's close association with Mecca (Daniel Sunjata) threatens her professional standing and further erodes the foundation of trust within her family. Diana (LaToya Tonodeo) begins conspiring with her father Lorenzo (Bertolo Colon), and Monet even begins to trust Cane again. Meanwhile, Tariq's relationship with Lauren (Paige Hurd) is put in jeopardy as he is dragged deeper into the hornet's nest of crime.
While the first few seasons answered questions left over after the finale of Power , the third season of Power Book II finally saw the series and its characters come into their own. Tariq tries to go straight by joining with his best friend Brayden (Gianni Paolo) as a hedge fund intern at the family business. However, Tariq's new Wall Street connections eventually lead him right back into the world of crime. A RICO investigation eerily echoes his own father's demise, and Tariq is well aware of the similarities between himself and his father. Meanwhile, Monet fall headlong into discovering who killed her son Zeke (Daniel Bellomy).
Tommy And Tasha Call A Truce
The Power Book II: Ghost season 3 finale opens with something of a shock as Tommy (Joseph Sikora) and Tasha (Naturi Naughton) are brought face to face for the first time since Power season 6. Tommy has been tipped off on the whereabouts of Tariq's mom, and he hunts her down despite her being in witness protection. Tommy is out for revenge, and the main character of Power Book IV: Force is seemingly unstoppable. The entire beef started back in Power season 6 when Tasha killed Tommy's fiancee LaKeisha (La La Anthony) accidentally, but had to conceal her actions to protect her son.
In an even bigger shock, Tasha is able to talk her way out of the situation, and she appeals to Tommy's basic humanity. Instead of fighting back, she asks for forgiveness from the man and exclaims how they are the only two members of Ghost's crew that still live. The emotional appeal works, and the duo decide to squash their beef for their own sake and for the sake of Tariq who Tommy clearly still cares for. In his own twisted way, Tommy has a chance to be a positive influence on Tariq by showing loyalty and forgiveness, two traits that will be crucial to the character going forward.
Does Brayden Quit?
Loyalty is an overarching theme throughout the season, and the Power Book II: Ghost season 3 finale illustrates that through Brayden's conflicted choices. Early in the episode, Brayden, who has found success in his family's business, finds his new life incongruous with the life of Tariq and he tells him so in an emotional scene. The duo have been best friends for years, and Brayden's departure is seemingly the last straw for Tariq who has been waffling between his two worlds all season long. Tariq plunges ahead with his dangerous schemes despite Tommy's warning and he is seemingly even more self-destructive on his path to perceived glory.
However, in a classic crime show trope , Brayden's own loyalty is a tie that binds him to a life of crime, even as he has found a path to legitimacy. In the final gunfight that concludes the season, Tariq is rescued at the last moment by his longtime friend, and Brayden dips back into crime out of respect, friendship, and a skewed sense of honor. Season 4 of Power Book II will likely show the consequences of Brayden's actions as he too has jeopardized his good standing because of his love for Tariq.
Proving herself to be one of the most cunning characters in the entire Power franchise, Tariq's fiercely protective mother Tasha clearly recognizes the signs of her own son's demise. She watched her husband fall, and even while in witness protection she has been pulling some strings behind the scenes. Even as Tariq struggles with his path, Tasha makes choices that seem to set her son up with the best chance for success, though she isn't so naive as to think he can go fully legitimate. She squashed her beef with Tommy which earned Tariq another mentor, and she knew what she had to do when Tariq didn't heed Tommy's advice.
Determined to make a big move on the Tejada family, Tariq planned to gun the matriarch down in a violent show of strength. Tommy tried to talk him out of it, but he was encouraged by Diana's own machinations as she also wanted her mother dead. Shockingly, Tasha stepped in and pulled the trigger before her son could, which was further proof she would do anything to shield Tariq. Always something of an anti-hero, Tasha choice vindicated her in many ways, though she will likely face dangerous consequences in Power Book II: Ghost season 4 .
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Diana’s Double Cross
Diana's discontent with her mother has been brewing since season 2, and it finally boiled over in the Power Book II: Ghost season 3 finale. She conspired with Tariq to plan the shooting which would get her mom out of the way and usher in a new era for her family. However, Tasha's drive-by wasn't the only twist, as it was revealed that Diana ratted on Tariq after the fact, even though he didn't shoot her mother. Clearly, Diana planned to kill two birds with one stone, and the murder of her mom would remove the matriarch while allowing her to sell out her biggest up-and-coming rival.
The Real Meaning Of Power Book II: Ghost Season 3’s Ending
Unlike other shows which find a sense of balance after each season, Power Book II: Ghost never takes its foot off the gas pedal and plunges ahead. The Power Book II: Ghost season 3 finale was in keeping with that spirit, though it fulfilled its long-running theme of loyalty. Tariq is driven by a sense of loyalty to his family, and he is willing to do anything for them. Similarly, characters like Tasha and Brayden also act out of loyalty. The flip side to that is show in the villains, as Diana's lack of loyalty is the only true way to spot her for the heel that she is.
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Power book ii: ghost season 4 - release date prediction, renewal & everything we know.
Tariq St. Patrick has been stepping out of his father's shadow in Power Book II: Ghost, and seeaon 4 is confirmed to be happening by Starz.
- Power Book II: Ghost season 4 will be an intense installment as Tariq's family faces danger from rival gangs and the NYPD.
- News on Power Book II: Ghost season 4 has been thin due to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, but once resolved, more information may follow.
- The upcoming season will address key plot points such as the Tejada clan discovering Monet's betrayal and Detective Don Carter posing a threat to Tariq's plans.
Power Book II: Ghost season 4 is the upcoming next chapter in Starz successful spinoff of 2014-2020 crime drama Power . Book II of the Power spinoffs follows Tariq St. Patrick, the son of Power’s James ‘Ghost’ St. Patrick . The Ghost sequel spinoff details Tariq’s journey to step out of his father’s shadow and leave New York’s criminal underworld for good. His attempts to go legitimate always come with consequences, however, as the St. Patrick’s have more than their share of enemies, and Tariq soon learns that his life is rooted far deeper in his father’s legacy than he ever knew.
In the most recent season of Power Book II: Ghost Tariq’s family was in greater danger than ever, both from rival gangs and the NYPD closing in on their criminal empire. Monet’s hit on Lorenzo also caused huge rifts in the Tajeda clan, and the betrayal could put not only herself in danger but the rest of her family too. It’s clear that when the Ghost season 4 release date arrives at Starz it will be one of the most intense installments yet for the Power spinoff.
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Most Recent Power Book II: Ghost Season 4 News
There hasn’t been much significant news on Power Book II: Ghost throughout 2023. The last significant update came in May when the show was renewed by Starz, but the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes began soon afterward. While production on Ghost season 4 had already started by then, and may even have been wrapped or close to, the members of the WGA and SAG-AFTRA have been unable to promote their work until disputes with the AMPTP are resolved.
This has meant news on Ghost season 4, like most shows and movies currently in development, has been notably thin. The WGA strikes were resolved in September 2023, but the SAG-AFTRA strikes remain ongoing. It’s likely that once they’re over more news on Power Book II: Ghost season 4 - including a release date - could follow shortly afterward.
Power Book II: Ghost Is Renewed For Season 4
Ghost season 4 is on the way, as Starz renewed Power Book II for another chapter in January 2023 (via Variety ), shortly before the premiere of the third . The renewal came with confirmation that Micahel Ealy (Fatale, The Intruder) would be joining the cast. Starz president of original programming Kathryn Busby explained why renewing the show for another chapter of Tariq’s story was an easy business decision:
“The high-octane drama of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ continues to resonate with our viewers and we’re thrilled to get season four production underway ahead of our season three debut. It’s clear our fans are ready to devour more of this explosive series and we look forward to having Michael join our incredible cast.”
Power Book II: Ghost Release Date
Starz hasn’t announced the Power Book II: Ghost season 4 release date yet. The prior season aired in 2023, though the WGA and then SAG-AFTRA strikes began shortly after the finale in May. It’s expected that Ghost season 4 will premiere in 2024, though it’s unclear if the strikes will mean a release date later in the year than usual for Power Book II.
However, Michael Rainy Jr. hinted in April 2023 that production had already started, which hopefully means the release date for the next season of Ghost isn’t too far away (via express.co.uk ) . The Ghost and Power star explained that viewers shouldn’t have as big a gap between the previous and next season compared to the long delay after the second — “hopefully, hopefully, the wait for season 4 isn't as long as the wait was for season 3."
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Power Book II: Ghost Cast
The cast of Power Book II: Ghost season 4 includes many returning names and faces from the preceding seasons. Michael Rainy Jr. (Amateur, 211) will be back in the Ghost season 4 cast as Tariq St. Patrick, the son of Power’s James “Ghost” St. Patrick, a role that Rainy Jr. has portrayed ever since the character’s introduction in the original show and reprised throughout the spinoff. Other cast members coming back to reprise their characters in Power Book II: Ghost include:
- Mary J Blige as Monet Stewart Tejada
- Shane Johnson as Cooper Saxe
- Gianni Paolo as Brayden Weston
- Cliff ‘Method Man’ Smith as Davis MacLean
- Larenz Tate as Rashad Tate
- Woody McClain as Lorenzo 'Cane' Tejada
- Lovell Adams-Gray as Dru Tejada
- LaToya Tonodeo as Diana Tejada
- Alix Lapri as Effie Morales
- Paton Ashbrook as Jenny Sullivan
- David Walton as Lucas Weston
- Moriah Brown as Kiki Travis
- Monique Garbiela Curnen as Blanca Rodriguez
- Kyle Vincent Terry as Obi
- Caroline Chikezie as Noma
- Luna Lauren Velez as Evelyn Castillo
- Keesha Sharp as Harper Bonet
- Gbenga Akinnagbe as Ron Samuel Jenkins
Michael Ealy of Barbershop and Think Like A Man fame will be joining the cast for Ghost season 4. His character Detective Don Carter is a rising NYPD cop whose wife was fatally shot while an innocent bystander in a gang shootout. This derailed Carter’s plans to become Commissioner, but led him on the path to leading an elite NYPD anti-drug task force.
It’s possible there are additional new cast members in the new season of Ghost, though since Starz has yet to make any Power Book II announcements throughout mid-late 2023 it’s impossible to predict who these may be.
Power Book II: Ghost Story - What’s Next For Tariq?
Power Book II: Ghost season 4 will need to address multiple key plot points left over from the previous chapter. The Tejada clan are still unaware that it was Monet (Mary J Blige) who ordered the hit on Lorenzo (Berto Colon). The impact of Lorenzo’s death on New York’s criminal underworld still has yet to be fully felt, and when the Tejada and Castillo’s learn of Monet’s trickery there will surely be ramifications.
Michael Ealy’s Detective Don Carter was revealed when Power Book II: Ghost was renewed for season 4 by Starz, so Carter and his NYPD task force are almost definitely going to be a big part of the plot. It’s likely that Carter will be a significant problem for Tariq’s plans to escape his criminal past. Carter’s backstory is especially tragic, and it seems he’s unlikely to see Tariq as anything other than another criminal ready to be taken down.
As for Tariq St. Patrick, his dreams of finally escaping his father’s shadow and leaving the criminal world once and for all still feel frustratingly out of reach. With the police closer on his trail than ever it seems that Power Book II: Ghost season 4 may be the most nail-biting chapter of his story so far.
The 10 Best Episodes of Ghost Adventures, Ranked
Ghost Adventures is one of the longest-running paranormal investigation shows to date. Here are the 10 best episodes of Ghost Adventures, ranked.
With the surge of paranormal investigation shows in the early 2000s, it's no wonder Ghost Adventures became a household name when it comes to ghost-hunting series. The show stars Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley, and Jay Wasley as the main investigative team, though Nick Groff was also a main cast member for ten seasons through 2014.
Each episode has two portions: an investigation, where the location's backstory is covered, and the lockdown, where the team spends a night documenting their experience in the space. They have traveled across the US and internationally to determine whether these locations are actually haunted.
Ghost Adventures premiered in 2008 and now has over 250 episodes, including Halloween specials, unique spin-offs, and celebrity guest stars. While some question the validity of the evidence or of the supernatural altogether, the show has an excellent balance of humor, paranormal evidence, and a consistent cast viewers can connect with. Here are the top 10 episodes of Ghost Adventures , ranked.
10 Upper Fruitland Curse (Season 14, Episode 8)
Season 14 of Ghost Adventures brought us Episode 8, titled "Upper Fruitland Curse." This investigation takes place in Upper Fruitland, New Mexico, where the Harris family is experiencing paranormal activity from the ghost of a faceless young boy. The lockdown location is in the Navajo Nation, where the team captured an impressive amount of evidence during their investigation. One piece of evidence viewers found terrifying was from the Harris family, who captured a black mass on their home footage.
During the investigation, Zak learns how animals have been attacked on the property and how crops struggle to grow. He experiences an intense amount of energy while examining the family's trailer and banging on the side of the van. The lockdown proves to be just as extreme, as the team catches a chair moving on its own and a strange EVP.
9 Return to Bobby Mackey’s (Season 4, Episode 3)
"Return to Bobby Mackey's" from Season 4 of Ghost Adventures is one of the most iconic episodes of the show. The location in Kentucky is a repeat visit for the crew and is referred to as a "gateway to hell." Bobby Mackey's Music World is a former slaughterhouse turned country nightclub that is believed to have had satanic rituals performed on the land. Their first visit to Bobby Mackey's was the Season 1 series premiere, where they encountered physical scratches and spirits that followed them home.
In the Ghost Adventures return to the honky-tonk nightclub, there are numerous instances of evidence and unsettling activity. There are apparitions, spirits communicating messages through EVPs, and a possession that causes Zak to seek an exorcism after the visit. With how deeply each of the crew was affected, "Return to Bobby Mackey's" remains one of the scariest episodes so far.
8 Fear in Flagstaff (Season 24, Episode 4)
One of the show's newer episodes that ranks best among the series is Season 24, Episode 4, "Fear in Flagstaff." It first debuted in June 2023 and follows as the Ghost Adventures crew visit the Weatherford Hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona.
The historic hotel dates back to the late 1800s, though today, it has most of the staff and guests dealing with terrifying paranormal experiences. The hotel staff share their decade-long experiences during the investigation, which adds another layer of mystery to this location.
There is a good amount of evidence collected during this episode, but the best part is the game the crew plays to determine who will investigate the basement alone. Viewers see Aaron and Zak too scared to go into the basement, along with their fluctuating emotions during this lockdown. It's not the scariest episode of the show, but it brings back a classic, authentic feel from the early seasons.
7 Hell Hole Prison (Season 12, Episode 8)
Season 12, Episode 8 of Ghost Adventures is "Hell Hole Prison," an investigation that takes Zak, Aaron, Billy, and Jay to Yuma, Arizona. Here, they visit the Yuma Territorial Prison, which dates back to 1876 and is known for being a historic park and graveyard where over 100 prisoners are laid to rest. The prison gained the nickname "hell hole" due to the terrible treatment many inmates received and the extreme heat that plagues the Arizona desert.
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What makes this one of the best Ghost Adventures episodes is the unique evidence captured at the prison. While these types of locations are known to be paranormal hot spots, this lockdown had the team interacting with some friendly spirits. The most impressive evidence captured is with their SLS camera, which shows several figures on the stage who appear to be putting on a musical performance for the team.
6 Panic on Pine Street (Season 25, Episode 11)
Season 25's "Panic on Pine Street" takes the crew to Paso Robles, California, where the team visits a historic saloon that is said to be haunted by a spirit known as "The Old Hag." Zak and the team learn during their investigation that many of the saloon's staff members are uncomfortable being in the building alone, and the tension throughout the episode is easy to pick up on. The owner's security footage is particularly creepy, as well as the audio evidence captured in their lockdown.
"Panic on Pine Street" is a very active location that provides a great deal of evidence for the Ghost Adventures team. The polterpod device picks up several clear voices that say hello and clearly state the name "Lincoln." There wasn't much evidence of "The Old Hag" entity specifically, but the team seems certain her spirit is not at rest and determines she is still a threat to those in the saloon.
5 Island of the Dolls (Season 10, Episode 4)
"Island of the Dolls" is from season ten of Ghost Adventures and takes place in Mexico at a tourist attraction known as the 'Island of Dolls.' This location is desolate and weaves through the canals where hundreds of decrepit baby dolls are hung from the trees.
The site is not only creepy from its appearance, but it was also the site where a little girl is rumored to have drowned sometime around the 1950s. A recluse man named Don Juan lived on the tiny island and felt he was being haunted by the little girl's spirit. He began hanging dolls around the canals as an offering to her but ended up becoming obsessed with the shrine.
This episode is not only creepy because of the dolls but also because viewers get to watch as Zak tries to overcome his fear of dolls. However, this proves to be difficult when dolls start laughing on their own, and a fire ignites with no one around. There's also evidence of a figure walking across the bridge captured, voices on the spirit box, and thermal apparitions in one of the haunted dolls, making this an episode to remember.
4 Curse of the Harrisville Farmhouse (Season 22, Episode 1)
In the Season 22 Halloween special, "Curse of Harrisville Farmhouse," the Ghost Adventures crew travels to Burriville, Rhode Island, to investigate the infamous house that inspired The Conjuring franchise . The colonial farmhouse is over 250 years old and sits on a secluded road in the Ocean State, with a history rich in supernatural activity and unfortunate events. Most of the evidence and attention over the years was garnered from the Perron family, who lived in the home during the 1970s and eventually sought help from Ed and Lorraine Warren.
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It's clear from the beginning of this episode that the Harrisville farmhouse has a dark energy that immediately starts to affect the crew. Both Aaron and Zak experience physical symptoms ranging from chest pain and dizziness to extreme emotional distress, which is terrifying for viewers to watch them go through.
They also capture a dark apparition in a window while working with demonologists Carl and Keith Johnson, two brothers who investigated the property even before the Warrens' involvement . One of the Perron children who grew up in the house, Andrea, is also a part of the episode.
3 Ireland’s Celtic Demons (Season 10 Halloween Special)
The Season 10 Halloween special "Ireland's Celtic Demons" is a two-hour episode that takes the team on an international investigation to Leap Castle, one of the most haunted castles in the country. Zak and the team dive into the history of Halloween and learn about the legends surrounding an ancient Celtic goddess before diving into a lockdown, where the team splits up and gains a wealth of paranormal evidence. They get to visit several different locations, but their time at Loftus Hall proves to be one of the most active.
During their time in the 1300s home in Wexford, Ireland, rumored to be haunted by the devil, the Ghost Adventures crew does capture a few different strange occurrences. These include a floating white mist, a voice saying "Help me" through the spirit box, and a figure messing with Aaron. Things only intensify during this episode when Aaron becomes violently ill after his encounter with the spirit.
2 Route 666 (Season 13 Halloween Special)
Another Ghost Adventures Halloween special that ranks as one of the best episodes is "Route 666." This two-part episode follows the team as they travel on their own route 666 across Texas. They stop at three different haunted locations: the De Soto Hotel, the Concordia Cemetery, and Goatman's Bridge.
Each of these spots is believed to be riddled with demonic activity and proves to be one of the most intense investigations the crew has had to date. The Concordia Cemetery is filled with apparitions and leads Billy to encounter three dark figures walking in the area. The figures are so realistic Billy ends up calling the police to check the grounds for intruders.
While the De Soto Hotel and Concordia Cemetery had numerous pieces of unsettling evidence, the most terrifying was, without a doubt, at Goatman's Bridge. Nearly every person on this investigation had a violent, overpowering experience, especially Jay Wasley's wife, Ashley. The demonic presence at the bridge seemed to take over Ashley, and ultimately, the experience caused her to quit the show altogether. The sheer amount of evidence combined with how intense this episode is makes it one of the series' best.
1 Poveglia Island (Season 3, Episode 3)
One of the best Ghost Adventures episodes is Season 3, Episode 3, "Poveglia Island." Poveglia Island is located off the coast of Venice, Italy, and is believed to be a prime spot for paranormal activity.
The site has a rich history filled with death and despair, as it's where many criminals and those suffering from the plague were sent to live their final days. This episode is filled with not only a mountain of evidence, but also Zak becomes possessed by an entity that makes him turn on Aaron and Nick. He has little control over his emotions and continues to get more and more aggressive as the episode goes on.
It's disturbing to see Zak in the plague doctor mask trying to entice the spirits only to be overtaken by an unseen force so quickly. In addition to the possession, the Ghost Adventures crew captures EVPs of a girl's voice that causes their equipment to malfunction and a creepy figure that knocks over one of their cameras. The raw emotions, along with the different types of evidence captured on Poveglia Island, make it the best Ghost Adventures episode to date.
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