A team of American and British counter-terrorists are tasked with stopping a terrorist cell that is operating on a global level.
A Crypto-Currency trader / Money launderer is in search of a Chip to alter money markets. To do so he must infiltrate a high level criminal organization with ties to Human trafficking with Haitians and Asians all while avoiding a biker gang in search of the same info.
The Grid, hosted by podcasting and public radio host, Jesse Thorn, is an American fifteen-minute weekly rundown of what's trending in Indie Culture. Each week on IFC, The Grid recommends movies, music, games, and gadgets of interest. Joining Jesse are an array of up-and-coming comedians, offering their own opinions on what’s trending now. The Grid airs every Thursday at 7:45pm EST, 4:45 PST on IFC. Various segments from the weeks episode can be viewed online at IFC.com and on social networking websites.
In the Grid was a game show seen on UK broadcaster Five. It first aired on Monday 30 October 2006 and last aired Friday 2 February 2007. In the Grid was hosted by Les Dennis and was produced by Initial West, one of the Endemol UK companies.
The hosts talk about the latest cars and its specifications. They review the performance of the car and also find out if it is as good as the manufacturers claim. The current hosts are Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc with The Stig.
SingTel Grid Girls is a reality TV show in Singapore to select "Grid Girls" for the 2008 Formula 1 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix in September 2008.
Mobil 1 The Grid is a motorsport magazine show, which airs on Channel 4 in the UK on Saturday mornings and is repeated during the following week on Motors TV. It is also broadcast on NBC Sports Network in North America and Fox Sports 3 in Latin America. The show is presented by Eddy Temple-Morris and Charlie Brougham and supported by lubricant Mobil 1. It is produced by Sunset and Vine. The show first aired in March 2009, and there were 26 weekly shows during the first year. In 2013, this increased to 30 episodes supported by a new website which hosts exclusive online features.
Adventurers and their teams battle Mother Nature to build unique homes in remote areas. From unpredictable weather to encroaching wildlife, will they build in time to beat their deadlines?
Off the Grid: Million Dollar Manhunt is a game show which airs on The History Channel. Contestants attempt to evade Kevin Reeve, an expert in surveillance, fugitive tracking, and classified government technologies. If they can succeed in performing simple tasks, for one day, and avoid detection, they win $1 million.
In a remote and picturesque corner of northwestern Montana, Jon and Etta Smith are set to construct a self-sustaining “off-the-grid” farm house and bison ranch.
Denkou Choujin Gridman, translated into English as Lightning Superman Gridman, is a Japanese tokusatsu "Giant Hero" series by Tsuburaya Productions, the producers of Ultraman. The show ran from 1993 to 1994. It was the inspiration and source material for DiC Entertainment's Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad. This would be Tsuburaya's last non-Ultra superhero production before Bio Planet WoO. Shot on live video, Gridman was the first series by Tsuburaya Productions to utilize D-2 digital video for its special effects scenes, allowing for smoother slow-motion photography. Tsuburaya, having switched to digital techniques since then, would continue to use D-2 for all future productions.
Yuta Hibiki can’t remember who he is, and now he’s seeing and hearing things that others don’t! A voice from an old computer tells him to remember his calling, and he sees a massive, unmoving creature in the distance. Nothing’s making sense—until the behemoth springs to life! Suddenly, Yuta is pulled into the digital world, reappearing in the real one as the colossal hero—Gridman!
Gridlock is an Irish television game show, hosted by Derek Mooney, that premiered on RTÉ on September 14, 1998. Gridlock replaced the long-running series Blackboard Jungle, which was hosted by Ray D'Arcy. The show lasted only one season. There were two teams of two people, each team representing a secondary school. One player on each team would answer general knowledge questions, while the other would try to achieve "gridlock" on a puzzle diagram. Due to the complex nature of the puzzle, viewers, the studio audience, and sometimes even contestants, struggled to follow the show. As a result of this, ratings dwindled and Gridlock was canceled after just one series. Gridlock was once again the topic of the Irish nation in 2013. Former contestant and celebrity doctor, Niall Breen, made an appearance on rival quiz show, Countdown, on Channel 4 where he made the controversial claim that Gridlock should have been given at least one more season. Brendan Cole, who was appearing as a guest on the show, shared Breen's opinion. RTE released a statement denouncing Breen's comments as 'out of hand' and 'wholly inappropriate' and claimed any rumours about a new series of Gridlock were incorrect.
Battle of the Gridiron Stars is a television show that airs on ESPN. It pits teams of National Football League players, one from the American Football Conference and the National Football Conference, against each other in various athletic events. The program, which takes its inspiration from the likes of Battle of the Network Stars and The Superstars, is produced by IMG, the world's leading sports management firm. The show takes place at Disney's Wide World of Sports in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Each team is coached by a former NFL quarterback: Archie Manning coaches the National team, and Ken Stabler coaches the American team. Battle began in the spring of 2005 as ESPN sought replacement programming for the National Hockey League, which was in the midst of a lockout that would cost the league its entire season. Because of good ratings, and also in light of ESPN losing the NHL rights to OLN, the series was renewed in 2006. Due to licensing restrictions, no actual team names or game highlights are used on the program.