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Rose McIver and the Cast of 'Ghosts' Tease What's to Come for Sam, Isaac, Trevor, Hetty and Alberta in Season 2

Ghosts is hands down one of the most delightful new shows. It’s got an A+ behind-the-scenes team led by showrunners Joe Port and Joe Wiseman, but there’s one particular standout quality of the series that just plain old doesn’t work without spot-on casting. It’s the show's ability to switch from deeply emotional moments to laugh-out-loud one-liners on a dime.
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Rose McIver Teams up With 'iZombie' Co-Star Rahul Kohli in First Teaser for New Horror Comedy 'Next Exit'

Ghosts star Rose McIver has teamed up with her former iZombie co-star Rahul Kohli in a new horror-comedy, Next Exit. The first teaser for the film is out now and, while it doesn't reveal McIver's role, fans do get to see Kohli as a desperate man teaming up with a fellow weary traveler (Katie Parker). The mismatched pair are driving across the United States to a medical facility, of sorts, run by a scientist (Karen Gillen) with a compelling and controversial new procedure.
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Rose McIver reacts to Ghosts' Season 1 finale

"I’m quite partial to sort of magical thinking and superstition," she tells Variety. "I have OCD, and that’s a big part of that. So once somebody has said something, it’s quite hard to get it out of my head. And I keep thinking like with this curse, and I don’t feel like I get the answers that I quite needed at the end of the finale to make me feel peaceful going into the future with this house full of ghosts. Not that we ever expected it to be a tidy wrap up, but that certainly plants a see that I think Samantha — and certainly Rose! — is a little uncomfortable with going forward."

Rose McIver on the Reality of Playing a Power Ranger and the "Theatrical" Quality of Filming 'RPM'

If there’s a Collider Ladies Night guest who’s been part of a Power Rangers production, you can bet I’m going to ask about it. At this point, the franchise includes 22 themed series (a total of 28 seasons of television), three feature films and more on the way via Netflix. Not only is it a hugely successful property with a significant fanbase, but the Power Rangers shows are also hugely unique productions in a very CG-heavy industry.

Rose McIver And Utkarsh Ambudkar Talk ‘Ghosts’ On CBS: ‘We Got A Hit Baby!’

(CBS) – Last week saw the big premiere of Ghosts on CBS. Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar star in this American adaptation of the hit British series where Samantha (McIver) and Jay (Ambudkar) throw caution to the wind when they convert their recently inherited country estate into a bed-and-breakfast. Not only is the place falling apart, but it’s also inhabited by spirits of previous residents — whom only Samantha can see and hear.
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‘A Christmas Prince’ star Rose McIver on her new show ‘Ghosts’

Rose McIver stars in new CBS comedy “Ghosts,” which follows Samantha (McIver) and Jay (Utkarsh Ambudkar), a married couple renovating a rundown country estate into a bed & breakfast — only to find that it’s already inhabited by a ragtag group of spirits. “It was one of the first scripts...

'Ghosts' star Rose McIver excited to return to supernatural

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 6 (UPI) -- Rose McIver said she's excited that her new series, Ghosts, premiering Thursday, returns her to the supernatural realm after her CW series, iZombie, ended in 2019. McIver played a zombie on iZombie and now plays a woman who can see and speak to spirits...

Rose McIver, Utkarsh Ambudkar Comedy Ghosts Picked Up at CBS

Likely very cute onscreen couple Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar are set to star in a single-cam comedy titled Ghosts for CBS this fall. The show, which was picked up for series on Wednesday, will follow McIver and Ambudkar’s struggling young couple as they inherit a beautiful and very haunted country house. Also starring on the show — probably as the titular ghosts — are Brandon Scott Jones, Richie Moriarty, Asher Grodman, Rebecca Wisocky, Sheila Carrasco, Danielle Pinnock, and Roman Zaragoza. Ghosts will be helmed by Joe Port and Joe Wiseman (New Girl) and is based on the 2019 BBC One TV show of the same name.