The 65 year old actor, known for his iconic role as Peter Venkman, will appear in 'Who Ya Gonna Call?', which is slated to start on ABC next autumn. The inauragal episode will focus on Murray busting the ghost of his former co-star Harold Ramis.
When asked else who will be involved in the project, Murray commented "We haven't considered anyone for the role of co-host as of right now. Our people haven't talked to anyone else's people, but I will probably be my own co-star for all 15 episodes."
When asked about how it was to work with Ramis one last time, Murray was overcome with emotion. "It really is our last hurrah. I loved Harold like a brother, so I suppose it's fitting that our final time working together will be back to Ghostbusters. Only this time he's getting paid even less for his role. Hey, that's Hollywood."
Across the series, Murray will be busting the ghosts of several famous celebrities, including Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Paul Walker and Charlie Sheen. The move to predict celebrity deaths has been criticised by many, but Murray is firmly behind the decision.
"We know Charlie isn't dead yet, but with the whole drugs and party thing, it's bound to happen. Think of it as a world exclusive for our series finale!" Murray joked. "Look at it this way, the only thing more dead than Charlie's career will be his own ghost!"
'Who Ya Gonna Call' begins in September next year, Paul Feig's Ghostbusters releases July next year, and a fourth Ghostbusters movie is rumoured to be in development for 2018, which Bill Murray has already declined and signed a contract for.