Prime Video's 007: Road To A Million is a brand new James Bond inspired adventure series.
The series sees nine pairs battle it out to win a huge £1 million cash prize, as they travel all over the world to famous James Bond movie locations such as Jamaica, Swiss Alps and the Scottish Highlands.
It's at these locations where they must take on tasks and answer questions to progress to the next challenge.
The questions are set by The Controller, played by Brian Cox, who won't be making things easy for the contestants.
With the series now available to watch on Amazon Prime Video, how can the contestants attempt to win the life-changing cash prize?
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Read on for everything you need to know about how 007: Road To A Million works.
How does 007: Road To A Million work?
007: Road To A Million follows nine two-person teams as they make their way to various James Bond locations where they must answer hidden questions, as set by The Controller, in order to process onto the next challenge.
The Controller has placed 10 questions in locations all over the globe, and to find the questions the contestants must take part in high stakes challenges that will test their physical and mental strength.
The journey the teams embark on will become more and more difficult as their challenges progress, and are being examined under the watchful eye of The Controller.
If the pairs answer their questions correctly, they move one step closer to the prize, but if they answer a question wrongly - they're out of the competition.
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Recalling watching the contestants as they embarked on the various challenges, Brian Cox said it was "fascinating".
He said: "It was fascinating and fun to watch the contestants. It gets more intense and nail-biting, but I enjoyed my role as both villain and tormentor, with licence to put the participants through the mangle.
"The casting of the contestants was so important, too, because they've got to be the show, really. The more idiosyncratic they are, the more fun it creates. But what's different about this show is the Bond theme, and those two aspects alongside each other means it works."
007: Road to a Million will be available to stream on Prime Video from Friday 10th November 2023 – you can sign up now for a free 30-day Prime Video trial.
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