Ghost (2008 TV series)
|Created by||Ng Ping Ho|
|Developed by||Popiah Pictures|
|Directed by||Ng Ping Ho and others|
by Douglas Lim and Chelsia Ng
|Country of origin||Malaysia|
|Original language(s)||Bahasa Malaysia, English|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||10 (Season 1), 13 (Season 2)|
Ng Ping Ho|
|Producer(s)||Ng Ping Ho|
Kiang Hon Yeat
M.S. Prem Nath
Lew Cheng Teck
|Running time||1 hr per episode|
|Picture format||DV PAL|
|First shown in||February 3, 2008 - ongoing|
Ghost is a Malaysian supernatural mystery thriller television drama series produced by Popiah Pictures. The first season of ten episodes starred Nazrudin Rahman, Cheryl Samad, Carmen Soo, Reefa and Razif Hashim, and aired on 8TV beginning 3 February 2008. The second season of thirteen episodes began airing on 19 April 2009 and stars Cheryl Samad, Anding Indrawani, Isma Hanum, Colin Kirton and Melissa Campbell.
Season One tells of Eza (Cheryl Samad), a witty journalist endeavouring to solve the mystery surrounding the death of her favourite film star, Zack Imran (Nazrudin Rahman). When Eza meets Zack leaving a hotel, lost and disoriented, her excitement soon turns to fear and confusion as she later discovers that Zack had earlier died, purportedly in a car accident. Realising that only she can see Zack's soul, she sets out with Zack's help to investigate his death. Over time, a bond between the living and the dead materialises.
In Season Two, Eza meets the ghost of a troubled teenager named Harum (Isma Hanum) while investigating the disappearance of Alicia Soo (Melissa Campbell), the socialite daughter of prominent attorney Edmund Soo (Colin Kirton). Edmund enlists the help of a psychic private investigator named Alam (Anding Indrawani) to trace Alicia. Meanwhile, a serial killer begins sending Eza photos of his murder victims, and a link between the murders, Alicia's disappearance, Harum's death and Zack Imran begins to surface.
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