‘iZombie’ Star Rose McIver To Headline CBS Comedy Pilot ‘Ghosts’

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‘iZombie’ Star Rose McIver To Headline CBS Comedy Pilot ‘Ghosts’
‘iZombie’ Star Rose McIver To Headline CBS Comedy Pilot ‘Ghosts’

zombie was a television series on a supernatural crime drama for The CW. Rose Mclver played the central character in this series which first came on the TV in 2015 and after running 5 successful seasons, came to an end on August 1, 2019.

Rose is now all set to play the lead role in Ghosts, a comedy pilot by CBS which is based on a single-camera setup. This serial is written by Port and Wiseman and is based on the British series, Ghosts.

The story revolves around a couple Samantha (played by McIver) and Ryan who are beyond happy to learn that they inherited a beautiful country house. But their happiness is short-lived as they find out that the house is dilapidated and is also haunted by former residents of the house.

‘iZombie’ Star Rose McIver To Headline CBS Comedy Pilot ‘Ghosts’

Sam is a freelance journalist and her husband Ryan is a sous chef. They both are finding it hard to make ends meet and hardly get any time for each other. Sam is the kind of person who loves to have fun but is more engrossed in planning for the fun more than the fun itself.

The humorous part of this series shows Sam, who is a good listener and a good person as well, trying to do help the ghosts but the ghosts are perpetually hankering for her attention and she is getting a little cranky over this.

In the CBS pilot, McIver is joined by one of the ghosts Issac (played by Brandon Scott Jones).  McIver is also going to be part of the Hulu series Woke. McIver was born in New Zealand and initially did a lot of guest appearances in New Zealand-based series like “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys”, “Xena: Warrior Princess”, and “Legend of the seeker”.

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