CBS Renews Ghosts for Season 4, Fire Country for Season 3

Big news for TV fans! Two of the biggest hits on broadcast television are set to make a comeback next season.

CBS made the announcement on Tuesday. They’ve given the green light for more episodes of the Thursday comedy “Ghosts” and the Friday procedural “Fire Country.” “Ghosts” is gearing up for its fourth season, while “Fire Country” is on its way to season three. However, they’ve kept mum on the exact number of episodes for each.

In other news, there’s some buzz around related stories. For instance, there’s a spinoff of “Young Sheldon” in the works, focusing on Georgie and Mandy. Plus, “Tracker” has been renewed for a second season at CBS. Seems like CBS is on a roll with renewals lately.

Speaking of viewership, “Ghosts” is pulling in impressive numbers. This season, it’s averaging 8.7 million total viewers and a 0.8 demo rating. It’s only second to “Young Sheldon” among TV comedies and ties with it for the top spot in the demo. Although it’s slightly down from its sophomore season, it’s still a hit.

“Fire Country” isn’t lagging far behind either. Its second season is averaging 7.6 million viewers and a 0.7 demo rating. That’s a slight dip from its previous season but still strong. It ranks second among all broadcast dramas this season, right behind “Tracker’s” Super Bowl-boosted numbers.

CBS is also teasing a potential spinoff titled “Sheriff Country,” starring Morena Baccarin of “Gotham” and “Homeland” fame. It seems like the network is expanding its universe with more intriguing stories.

CBS president Amy Reisenbach expressed excitement over the renewals. She praised “Ghosts” and “Fire Country” for their storytelling, talented cast, and growing fan base. It’s clear CBS is committed to bringing back these favorites for another season.

Last week, CBS also renewed the new Justin Hartley drama “Tracker.” It looks like CBS is ensuring its lineup remains strong with these early renewals.

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Mason Messick
Mason Messick
Mason Messick is a writer and television enthusiast. He has been covering the world of TV for 5 years and has a particular passion for drama series. Mason's engaging writing style has made him a valuable member of the Tonight.TV website team.

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