Ghosted Has the Right Ingredients to Succeed As a Workplace Comedy
Last week, FOX ordered an additional six episodes of its freshman comedy Ghosted. The news was good for the series that showed a tremendous amount of promise ahead of its premiere, mainly due to the strength of its two leads, Craig Robinson and Adam Scott, and the untapped potential of its premise, which was essentially a comedic take on the sort of other-worldly investigations headed up by Agents Mulder and Scully in The X-Files. The series premiere succeeded in demonstrating the show’s potential, but it also made it clear there were some kinks that still need to be worked out.
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