Three years after the original "Ghostwriter," a new team of teenage detectives (Camela Gorrick, Emilie Robeson, and "Strick" Strickland) team with the specter who can only communicate through written language. Together, they tackle crimes around the Fort Greene area of New York City.Written by
My guess is, is that the reason it didn't last very long the mystery was solved in one episode. It had the potential and the same spark that the first did but its time slot and the cases being solved in one episode compared to a case going 4 episodes or segments then being solved. However the first ghostwriter was on P.B.S. and was shown with a good line up everyday after school so kids would tune but on a saturday morning a kid doesn't want to get up at 7:30 to watch ghostwrite at 8:00 and probably end up missing it. The way i figure it is that if they had a case go in a number of segments then kids would want to get up and tune in every saturday. CBS knew what they were doing and kids probably did like they most likely enjoyed but those 2 things they lack probably is why it didn't last.
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