Ghosts Season 4 Release Date Status, Renewed Status, Cast, Plot & Other Details


Ghosts is a CBS sitcom developed by Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas, Jim Howick, Laurence Rickard, and Ben Willbond, based on the British series of the same name. On October 7, 2021, it premiered.

The Ghost creators had this to say about the renewal: “We’re ecstatic to be back at Button House for a fourth season. We have a slew of fresh stories in the works, and we can’t wait to deliver the next installment.”

When will the fourth season of Ghosts be released?

A particular air date has yet to be confirmed by the BBC. However, if it follows the same timeline as past seasons, we might expect to see it in August/early September 2022 on our televisions.

Ghosts season 4 plot: what will happen?

While most episodes of Ghosts can be appreciated as stand-alone stories, there are a few narrative lines that run over numerous episodes of the sitcom.

We’ve been following Mike and Alison’s attempts to rehabilitate the old Button House, hoping to turn it into a lovely venue for events and lodging, since the beginning.

Meanwhile, each new series reveals new details about the lives of Button House’s departed residents, detailing the circumstances of their deaths in stories that range from morbidly funny to deeply moving.

Katy Wix, star of Ghosts, told that she’d like to discover more about Mary’s allegation of witchcraft, which led to her being burned at the stake in Stuart-era England.

“I’d like to know what she did and why she got accused,” the Stath Lets Flats actress remarked. “It was probably something completely harmless.”

“Isn’t there a lot of enjoyment to be had there? Maybe she was reading a book. It’d be a lot of fun to film, but I believe it’d be much more amusing if what happened was completely uncertain.”

Meanwhile, Ghosts co-creator and actor Laurence Rickard told and other outlets that the writing team has been saving storyline ideas, so the comedy won’t run out of steam anytime soon.

“There are always concepts where we go, ‘that’s right, but not now,'” he explained. And you’re well aware that you’re putting your faith in hope.

“It would be a disgrace to just shove everything in, regardless of whether it deserves to be there or not,” says the author “Rickard went on. “So I believe we deposit things in the bank in the hopes of having time to study them later.”


Season 4 cast of ‘Ghosts’

The proprietors of Button House, Alison (Charlotte Ritchie) and Mike (Kiell Smith-Bynoe), will return. Lady Fanny Button, played by Martha Howe-Douglas, began to thaw in Series 3 and even turned detective at one point!

While Mathew Baynton will reprise his role as Thomas Thorne, who in the most recent series briefly turned his affections away from Alison.

Jim Howick will reprise his role as the lovable Pat Butcher, while Ben Willbond will reprise his role as the Captain, who is obsessed with maintaining military order.

Mary will be played by Katy Wix, Robin/Head Humphrey’s will be played by Laurence Rickard, MP Julian Fawcett will be played by Simon Farnaby, and Kitty will be played by Lolly Adefope.

Ghosts Online – Streaming Information

‘Ghosts’ is broadcast on only one channel, BBC One. BBC One has all three seasons available to view. When it comes to OTT platforms, Ghosts is only accessible on one, which is Voot, and you’ll need to subscribe to watch all three seasons. It can only be found on Voot select, which requires a paid subscription. So pack your snacks and head out to watch all of the seasons at once. I am confident you will enjoy it. Also, tell your family and friends about it.

When it comes to season 4, there is no official website or platform where you may watch it. But don’t panic, for such things may be revealed later.

Rating & Reviews:

Based on 18 critic reviews, the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes scored a 94 percent approval rating with an average rating of 7.4/10. “Ghosts could stand to ask more of its characters,” the website’s critics agree, “but a strong cast and a charming wit make for easy, quietly unsettling viewing.” Based on ten critics, Metacritic assigned a score of 72 out of 100, signifying “generally good reviews.”



Lisa has been covering Netflix since 2014, and has spent up to 10 years covering the comings and goings of the Streaming library. Currently resides in the United Kingdom. Outer Banks, Ozark, Black, and On My Block, and Stranger Things are among my favourite Netflix series.