CBS's Ghosts season 3 full season guide: how to watch and everything we know about the comedy

Utkarsh Ambudkar and Rose McIver in Ghosts
Utkarsh Ambudkar and Rose McIver in Ghosts (Image credit: Bertrand Calmeau/CBS)

CBS loves being haunted by the hilarious spirits on Ghosts, as Ghosts season 3 was a fixture of the CBS lineup in spring 2024 alongside other comedies Young Sheldon season 7, The Neighborhood season 6 and Bob Hearts Abishola season 5. And in good news for British fans, the third season has now landed on BBC iPlayer. And in great news for Ghosts fans everywhere Ghosts season 4 is on the way.

Ghosts, which is adapted from the BBC series of the same name, was one of the top four comedies on US TV during the 2022-2023 season, per CBS. Fans have certainly come to love the show's cast of characters, including Sam, Jay, Isaac, Alberta, Pete, Trevor, Flower, Hetty, Thorfinn and Sasappis.

Here is what we do know about Ghosts season 3...

How to watch Ghosts season 3

Ghosts season 3 has officially wrapped up, but you can catch up with all episodes from this season and past ones with a Paramount Plus subscription. 

Any plan for Paramount Plus (Essential or Paramount Plus with Showtime) gives you on-demand access to the complete library of Ghosts episodes. However, if you do opt for Paramount Plus with Showtime, when Ghosts season 4 rolls around in fall 2024, you will be able to watch those episodes live on the streaming service.

In the UK, you can watch Ghosts season 3 on BBC iPlayer. BBC iPlayer also has seasons 1 and 2 available to watch, plus all five seasons of Ghosts Uk!

Ghosts season 3 plot

Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar in Ghosts

Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar in Ghosts (Image credit: Bertrand Calmeau/CBS)

In the final moments of season 2, Sam and Jay notice a light from the house that means that one of the ghosts has been "sucked off," or has moved on into the next life. The question of who was "sucked off" was answered pretty quickly in the opening moments of season 3, revealing it was Flower (Sheila Carrasco).

Flower's exit is likely going to have major implications on the rest of the main group, including the other ghosts wondering why they haven't yet moved on to the next phase of the afterlife and Thor missing Flower after starting a relationship with her last season.

Also, expect Sam and Jay to get up to their own hijinks as they continue to run the Woodstone Mansion as a B&B...

Ghosts season 3 cast

Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar return as Sam and Jay, the living married couple that run the Woodstone Mansion B&B, with Sam being the one who can see the ghosts that live there.

As for the ghosts, they are played by Brandon Scott Jones (Isaac), Richie Moriarty (Pete), Danielle Pinnock (Alberta), Asher Grodman (Trevor), Rebecca Wisocky (Hetty), Roman Zaragoza (Sasappis), Devan Chandler Long (Thorfinn) and John Hartman (Nigel).

Sheila Carrasco's Flower was one of the main ghosts for the first two seasons, but after her character was "sucked off" she is no longer a series regular. However the creatives haven't shut the door on her returning in some capacity down the road. 

One of the first images for Ghosts season 3, which you can see below, also revealed that Tristan D. Lalla, who plays Mark, returns for some episodes of the new season.

Tristan D. Lalla, Utkarsh Ambudkar and Rose McIver in Ghosts

Tristan D. Lalla, Utkarsh Ambudkar and Rose McIver in Ghosts (Image credit: Bertrand Calmeau/CBS)

Ghosts season 3 trailer

Watch the Ghosts season 3 promo right here:

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Michael Balderston is a DC-based entertainment and assistant managing editor for What to Watch, who has previously written about the TV and movies with TV Technology, Awards Circuit and regional publications. Spending most of his time watching new movies at the theater or classics on TCM, some of Michael's favorite movies include Casablanca, Moulin Rouge!, Silence of the Lambs, Children of Men, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest and Star Wars. On the TV side he enjoys Only Murders in the Building, Yellowstone, The Boys, Game of Thrones and is always up for a Seinfeld rerun. Follow on Letterboxd.