007 James Bond Reality Show Competition Set for Amazon's Prime Video

Amazon's Prime Video has greenlit its first James Bond TV show in 007's Road to a Million - a "Bond-style spin on a race around the world" reality show competition.


Amazon's Prime Video has greenlit its first James Bond TV show in 007's Road to a Million - a "Bond-style spin on a race around the world" reality show competition.
As reported by Variety, the eight-part series will be produced by MGM Televsion, The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty's 72 Films, and Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson.
Sources have revealed the project has been in the works at Prime Video for around four years, which would be well before the $8.45 billion deal of Amazon buying MGM was announced. Speaking of which, Amazon officially closed the deal to acquire MGM on March 17, 2022, after a regulatory lawsuit deadline expired.
Production on 007's Road to a Million will begin later this year and it will see contestants competing in a global adventure to win a cash prize of £1 million ($1.3 million). The competition will take place at "many of the historic locations featured throughout the seminal Bond films," and the "cinematic format" will be a test of intelligence and endurance.

This story originally appeared on: IGN - Author:Adam Bankhurst

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