Ghost Hunters Go International

Brian Harnois will be one of the International Ghost HuntersAs we first told you about in our report from the Paranormal X dinner in Rhode Island, the Ghost Hunters are going international.

Sci Fi Channel officially announced the new show “Ghost Hunters International” today via the trades and, of course, Sci Fi Wire. The new show will find TAPS veterans Andy Andrews, Brian Harnois (pictured from the Dinner), Rob Demarest and Donna LaCroix as they investigate a new European city each week, tracking down and attempting to debunk ghost stories. Though I doubt it will be as easy in Europe as it is here.

The new show will debut on the Sci Fi Channel in January of 2008, meaning most of it has already probably been shot. Hopefully they can keep things interesting for both shows, but I have to tell you, despite the foreign locales, the premise seems to be stretching a bit thin right now. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see!

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  • FanClubOfEvil

    The music definitely does get stupid at times. The best example of no music was the Halloween special last year. The part where they start talking to a supposed ghost in the employee tunnel was pretty cool.

  • PrairieGhost

    I just hate the damn music they add into the show for dramatic effect. This is the reason I like the live shows better. They have no music added in.

  • FanClubOfEvil

    I dunno, some of the more recent episodes of Ghost Hunters have been the European ones. I think it has more to do with the exotic locations that SciFi can show off.

  • value

    hmmm. theres a lot of interesting places to check out over there but how many times can a network get away with what amounts to the same season repeating itself over and over.

    i love the show and watch it anytime i see it on. but i dont see it having that much staying power anymore especially when Sci Fi drop kicks even its most popular shows off the air.