Marley's Ghosts has a very intriguing premise - Marley has a rare gift that comes with mixed blessings. She can talk to the dead, which sadly now includes both her husband Adam, her lover Michael as well as the local vicar. Dead awkward.
So begins a bizarre ménage-a-quatre, with Adam, Michael and the vicar all moving in, albeit in ghostly form, to Marley's haunt, sorry, home.
Naturally Marley isn't crazy about this new set up - but all looks rosy again when the ghosts convince her that they're just a figment of her overwrought imagination, and for a moment she really believes they've gone. But, no, these apparitions ain't evaporating - they're going nowhere.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 40 minutes
Marley's Ghosts - Sarah Alexander - Netflix
Sarah Alexander (née Smith; born 3 January 1971) is an English actress. She is best known for her roles in British series such as Armstrong and Miller, Smack the Pony, Coupling, The Worst Week of My Life, Green Wing, Marley's Ghosts and Jonathan Creek.
Marley's Ghosts - Other work - Netflix
Alexander contributes to the BBC charity telethon Comic Relief, appearing in 2001 as a judge based on Nicki Chapman in a parody of Popstars, in 2003 as Liza Goddard in a spoof of Blankety Blank, and in 2005 in a celebrity version of University Challenge.
Marley's Ghosts - References - Netflix