Ghosted episode 10 return date (finally) confirmed by Fox

Ghosted episode 10 return dateIf you’ve been waiting for some Ghosted episode 10 return date news, we are pleased to inform you that finally, we’ve got some insight on that and a whole lot more via Fox. They certainly have made you wait for it!

Before we get to any information when it comes to the story of the show, let’s start with the actual date: Sunday, June 10. Two episodes will air on that night, which should help to satisfy those of you who have been waiting for a long time to see what’s next.

Via Fox, you can check out the synopses for these episodes below.

Episode 10, “The Wire” – “When new cases become few and far between at the Bureau, Max obsesses over his multiverse theory and Leroy grows restless – until they discover a suspicious wire in the office that they think might be a secret surveillance system. They enlist the whole team to help uncover its source. Meanwhile, a customer (guest star Sam Richardson) arrives at the Bureau’s facade looking to purchase wire coat hangers and everyone must take turns distracting him from the chaos below in the all-new “The Wire” episode of GHOSTED airing Sunday, June 10 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.”

Episode 11, “The Demotion” – “Everyone, including Captain LaFrey, is surprised and alarmed when The Bureau Underground is assigned a new captain, Merv Minette (guest star Kevin Dunn). Minette doesn’t seem thrilled with his new post either, and halts Max and Leroy’s investigation of the suspicious wire in the all-new “The Demotion” episode of GHOSTED airing Sunday, June 10 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.”

Technically, Ghosted is one of the few remaining network shows from this past season that has not been renewed or canceled; yet, it feels pretty clear that the writing is on the wall for this show. Unless it somehow pulls out enormous numbers in the middle of the summer with almost zero promotion, it’s not coming back for another season. That’s a shame, given that the ratings for most of season 1 were solid compared to some other Fox comedies. We still don’t understand why Ghosted didn’t get a better chance — it’s almost like Code Black over on CBS in that sense.

Are you happy that we finally have some more Ghosted episode 10 details, even if the show’s future isn’t looking so bright? Share in the comments!

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