Ghosted: Will There Be A Season 2 Of The Comedy Series?

Ghosted: Will There Be A Season 2 Of The Comedy Series?

FOX's freshman supernatural comedy series Ghosted has showcased quite positive statistics during its premiere and subsequent episodes. Therefore, nothing is surprising that the cable broadcaster has ordered six additional episodes for the first season of the show. If you adore the series, you likely wonder whether there will be a second season of Ghosted on FOX? The network has yet to announce anything specific on the subject. But the decision to extend the 1st installment of the show up to sixteen episodes is a good sign for the possible verdict in favor of renewal. Let's take a closer look at the show's statistics in an attempt to figure out its likely future.

The Pilot, as well as a sophomore episode, both have gained almost the same viewing audience, 3.581(3.582) million viewers with a 1.36/1.41 key demo, respectively, among adults 18-49. The seventh episode titled "Ghost Studz" has drawn less than two million viewers (1.94). However, by the ninth episode, the viewership raised up to 3.889 million viewers with a 1.63 demo rating. We assume that this splash was a turning point in the FOX decision on the future of the comedy series. The network decided to order more episodes to watch how the figures would behave in the remaining episodes of the season. Therefore, we are confident that if Ghosted averages at least 2.3 million viewers per episode in the second half of Season 1, FOX will undoubtedly decide to renew the show for another round.

Besides, if we look up at the response from critics and viewers, this indicator looks more than favorable. On Rotten Tomatoes, the first chapter of Ghosted holds a score of 6.16/10 and a 64% approval rating from critics, while the viewers have evaluated the current installment of the supernatural series at 3.8/5/74%. We oversee almost the same statistics on Metacritic, 62/100 and 6.5/10, among critics/viewers, respectively. The show's rating on IMDb also looks quite high, 6.4/10 > 3.200 votes.

As a result, we tend to believe that FOX is about to renew Ghosted for another season. The show's ratings look steady having an uptrend; the reception was primarily favorable; FOX extended the first season with six more episodes. All indications are that Ghosted will return for Season 2 on FOX. We only need to wait for a while before the official confirmation of this data by FOX.

What's The Show Ghosted About?

If you did not have a chance to watch this supernatural comedy on FOX, we'd suggest you read a brief overview of the series Ghosted below. Otherwise, you may scroll down to get acquainted with our opinion on the subject of the possible release date for a next season.

The story focuses on two guys with a different attitude to the paranormal. Leroy Wright is a skeptic who doesn't believe in extraordinary phenomena. Max Jennifer, in turn, is a convinced believer who even wrote a book on the multiverse. The aliens have abducted his wife, but no one believed him. However, despite their beliefs, both are forced to work together, when Capt. Ava Lafrey recruits the guys to a covert governmental structure, which mission is to track down the paranormal phenomena and activity. Now Leroy and Max are on a mission to protect Earth from an extraterrestrial invasion.

About The Likely Release Date For Season 2 Of Ghosted

Though FOX has yet to announce their decision on the future of Ghosted, we are confident that the supernatural series would return for Season 2 due to the impressive statistics of the current installment. However, since the network keeps their decision in secret, we might speculate a bit on the subject of the possible release date for another round of the show. Thus, in the case of renewal, Ghosted could return for Season 2 this summer, or, in the worst scenario this fall, in October 2018. But take into account that this is nothing but our forecast. We are looking forward to the official resolution by FOX. We'll update this page when the cable network reports the additional info on the subject. For now, stay tuned for updates. We'll keep you informed.