Ghostwriter was the story of a group of New York City kids, brought together by the spiritual being known as "Ghostwriter". The kids work together, with Ghostwriter's help, to solve the mysteries they encounter. The series featured a cast of widely different ethnic groups, and focused on the concept of "making reading fun."
Lenni encourages the team to get involved in a comic book contest. The team thinks it's lame until she tells them the winner gets to star in a comic book with Cosmic Cook's drawing of Hood Man. Someone, however, wants them out of the way.
Jamal and Lenni try to figure out who sent that terrible cartoon of them. Rob visits a homeless poet and hears him read one of his poems. A mysterious guy named Stoop Dude sends the competitors in the wrong direction.
Even more strange things start happening at the comic book contest. Someone impersonates one the guides and gives out phoney pannels. Alex and Gaby fear their parents might get divorced after hearing them argue.
Lenni discovers Manny Gite's rejection letter of his cartoon Stoop Dude. The team sets out to confront Manny with the help of his aunt.
Rob takes Jamal to see his friend Double T who he met at the homeless shelter. When they go, Double T has mysteriously vanished leaving no trace of where he is. The only clue is a broken broom and a torn diary. Rob fears that someone is out to get Double T.
Rob meets up with Double T's daughter. The team wants to help but Rob leaves them out of it. Ghostwriter says that they should help. They learn of an abandoned subway where Double T and his friend Hush used to sleep. Lisa decides to go there to look for her father but Rob doesn't think it's a good idea. He proves to be right when there's a cave-in and his Ghostwriter pen is gone.
While trapped in the abandoned subway, Rob tries to spell out a message to Ghostwriter to tell the team where he is. Can Ghostwriter read the message?.
The team learns of Double T's whereabouts. When they find him, he confesses that he was the one who broke his broom and tore his journal. The team asks where Rob is, but he says that he doesn't know. He agrees to help the team look for Rob.
The team learns of Rob's whereabouts and the tunnel he's trapped in. With the help of Jamal's dad, Double T sets out to rescue Lisa and Rob.
Tina gets an after school job answering fan mail to famous actress Lana Barnes. She is having fun answering her mail but she finds out something else; someone is sending her obscene mail.Watch Now:Amazon
Tina gets worried when Lana doesn't show up at the tailor shop. She finds her locked in her garage. Lana believes that it's just an obsessed fan. Tina and the team go to Lana's house to find out who might be after her. They find out that she had four husbands. One of her husbands was the one who made her a star, but she divorced him. Another member of her family is her long lost daughter who's holding a grudge against her.Watch Now:Amazon
Tina and the gang go to the hotel where Lana Barnes is getting her award. Lana confesses that she does miss her daughter. Her divorced husband tells them that he doesn't hate her, but her daughter still seems suspicious.Watch Now:Amazon
The gang gets all set for the award show, but the trouble begins when Lana goes to work on her speech. Tina is suspicious when she discovers an imposter in Lana's room.Watch Now:Amazon
The team is having fun in the community garden, but when Gaby faints the team starts getting suspicious. Even more strange things start happening when the pet rabbits die. The team learns that each victim has been in the garden before they got sick. They go straight to the source where they find barrels filled with toxic waste.
The team is frustrated when the garden is closed. They make their own warnings signs and learn that the barrels where dumped illegally. Tina's brother gets into a fight with her family and the team gets a mysterious phone call.
Tina and Alex learn from Momo that someone substituted his boss's barrel's but he has no access to his files. They ask Ghostwriter for some help and learn who substituted the barrels. They go straight to Miller's place and learn that he also sponsors a children's program. They overhear him arguing over the phone about the barrels and planing to destroy some invoices that prove he is responsible for the toxic waste. They head town to Momo's place to get the invoices but someone has gotten to the invoices first. They realize that Miller is probably the thief but have no proof.
The team writes a petition for reporter Fannie Mae Banner who does reports on people caught doing something wrong. They decide to picket while Alex and Gaby video tape Miller destroying the evidence.
The team is excited about the upcoming star jam talent show because they are in charge of it. When their friend Cambell arrives with a sore eye, they realize that violence is in the neighborhood. Rob, a coaching assistant, makes friends with an ex-gang member. The gang feels safe that Hurston hasn't been the target of vandalism. Or has it?
Miss Kelly considers canceling the talent show but the students convince her not to. Rob learns the reason why Victor left his gang but then more vandalism occurs.
Rob feels that somehow Victor is being framed for the vandalism. He suspects either Tony Boyd, because he's no longer the best player on the team, or Walter Haines. because he fought with Victor the other day. Victor considers quitting after finding out that he's been accused of the vandalism.
Rob gets into a confrontation with the thunderheads while trying to prove Victor's innocence. Victor agrees to let Rob find out who's been trying to frame him.
Gaby is excited when she learns that her heroine, Galaxy Girl, is making a special show at Hurston. She wants to buy a Galaxy Girl costume to wear at the assembly but she doesn't have enough money, so she borrows some money from her parents cashier planing to return the costume and get a refund. At the show something goes wrong and the model spaceship is stolen. She can't return the costume because it was on sale. Gaby is heart broken when she doesn't get to meet Galaxy Girl. She becomes more worried when the team leaves to confront Calvin but is even more scared when she finds the space ship model in her toy chest.
Alex and Rob confront Calvin and Jeffery but they say nothing about Gaby's purchasing the costume there. Gaby hides the model in her room making it look normal so no one will find it but someone breaks into the room and messes it up.
The police connect the cup in Gaby's room to the missing spaceship. The costume is found in the toy chest. Gaby confesses that she got the money from the cashier, but has no idea how the spaceship got in her toy chest. However, no one believes her except Alex. Just as Alex confesses to the police that Gaby didn't steal the spaceship, The producer of Galaxy Girl rushes over to tell the police that he got a note from Galaxy Girl's #1 fans, and the police suspect Gaby again because she is Galaxy Girl's #1 fan.
Gaby writes an apology letter to her parents while the team learns of the real culprits identities. Gaby is cleared from the suspect list and to show their forgiveness, her parents and the producer of Galaxy Girl surprise Gaby with a visit from the actress who plays Galaxy Girl.