The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest, most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization.
Like it's sister show, House Hunters, but focusing on destinations outside of the United States.
Voetbal International is a Dutch football talk show that has aired on TV channel RTL 7 since 2008. In a studio, host Wilfred Genee discusses the latest developments in Dutch and international football with Johan Derksen, René van der Gijp and a guest. The program is named after and sponsored by the football magazine Voetbal International. Other sponsors include the Eerste Divisie, Toto, Gillette, Eredivisie Live and Sport1. Voetbal International is known for its humoristic moments and remarks. In 2011, Voetbal International won the prestigious Dutch television award the "Gouden Televizierring".
Ghost Hunters International was a spin-off series of Ghost Hunters that aired on Syfy. The series premiered on January 9, 2008. Like its parent series, GHI was a reality series that followed a team of paranormal investigators; whereas, the original series primarily covers only locations within the United States, the GHI team traveled around the world and documented some of the world's most legendary haunted locations.
Skyways is an Australian television series
Lovespring International is an American comedy series created by Guy Shalem and Brad Isaacs which aired on Lifetime on Mondays at 11pm during the Summer of 2006 in the United States. Lovespring was canceled on December 1, 2006. Executive produced by Big Cattle Productions
Ronny is a Malaysian student who’s come to Australia to study law. Though smart, driven and competitive, he’s also blunt and barbed, so it’s not long before Ronny is at odds with most people on campus.
International Desk is a news program on CNN International. The fast-paced program delivers a roundup of the events of the day. The show airs twice a day on weekdays, with the 10:00 ET/16:00 CET edition anchored by Michael Holmes and the 13:00 ET/19:00 CET edition anchored by Hala Gorani. I-Desk is broadcast from CNN Center in Atlanta and CNN's studios in Washington, DC. The show was launched in 2009 as part of a slate of new programming for primetime in Europe. Gorani was initially the sole anchor when I-Desk premiered on 9 February 2009, with the program airing once a day. Isha Sesay later joined on 20 April 2009 to host the 10:00 ET edition, with Gorani hosting a second block two hours later. Sesay swapped roles with Holmes in September 2011, taking over as presenter of BackStory, while Holmes took over at I-Desk. The Weekend edition is anchored by Jonathan Mann.
Circus International is a Canadian documentary television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1981.
Centennial International is a Canadian music variety television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1967.
International Law is a Canadian documentary television miniseries on international law which aired on CBC Television in 1961.
International Playhouse is the name of an American television series that was broadcast on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network during 1951.
Storybook International is a British children's television series, produced for ITV by Harlech Productions, a part of HTV. The weekly, half-hour show was a collection of folk tales and fairy stories from all over the world, based on an anthology of stories for children published by Gollancz in 1981, edited by Veronica Kruger. Filmed in such locales as Russia, Ireland and Scandinavia, the series' live-action playlets were based on stories which originated in England, Czechoslovakia, France, Romania, Turkey, Wales, Israel, Norway, China, Africa, India and elsewhere. A few of the stories were campfire legends derived from the Native Americans of New England and the Maori of New Zealand. First broadcast in 1983, it consisted of 65 episodes, aired as three separate series. Although its distribution was originally confined to Britain and Europe, Storybook International enjoyed extensive cable play in the US, Scandinavia and the Middle East in subsequent decades. Fitfully released on VHS throughout the 1980s and 1990, the full series was finally made available on DVD in 2006. The show famously began with an animated title sequence with a troubadour singing the theme song, accompanied by a friendly anthropomorphic fox. The original version was sung in a traditional English folk style, but subsequent international versions had different versions of the song. Notably the US version replaced the line "In England I am John" with "In America I'm John".
International Plan is an upcoming American comedy television series created by and starring Michael Blieden and Eric Ledgin, of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The series will premiere on the American cable television network IFC in spring 2014. The scripted series is based on a true story, and follows two guys as they travel the world in search of love while their friendship develops.
Science International, later retitled What Will They Think Of Next?, is a Canadian television series produced by Global Television Network from 1976 to 1979. Each episode featured approximately 20 short segments on scientific developments and trivia, narrated by Joseph Campanella and Tiiu Leek for its initial seasons. Kerrie Keane replaced Leek later in the series run. The hosts also appeared on camera, usually with chromakey effects behind them such as animation. The format of the series alternated between filmed footage of new inventions and developments and limited-animation segments usually focusing on more off-beat developments. After the show was retitled for its second and third seasons, Campanella proclaims at the end of the opening credits that the reports originate from the "Research Unit of Science International." In the US, this series aired in the early-1980s on Nickelodeon, with almost all episodes airing under the What Will They Think Of Next? title, however, Nickelodeon did air some episodes under the "Science International" title.