The New Ghostwriter Mysteries
|The New Ghostwriter Mysteries|
|Created by||Liz Nelson|
|Country of origin||Canada
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Sesame Workshop|
|Original run||September 14, 1997– December 7, 1997|
The New Ghostwriter Mysteries is a Canadian-American children's television series that aired on CBS in 1997. It was loosely based on the PBS series Ghostwriter (1992–1995). The New Ghostwriter Mysteries was canceled after a year due to low ratings.
The show featured a new team of three kids: Camella Gorik (Charlotte Sullivan), Emilie Robeson (Erica Luttrell), and Henry "Strick" Strickland (Kristian Ayre). Ghostwriter only had two colors, which were silver and gold. The show was filmed in Toronto, Canada, and aired from September through December 1997.
- The New Ghostwriter Mysteries at the Internet Movie Database
- The New Ghostwriter Mysteries at TV.com
- The New Ghostwriter Mysteries at epguides.com
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