Parents' Guide to

007: Road to a Million

By Stephanie Morgan, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

James Bond reality show has feats of bravery, materialism.

007: Road to a Million TV show poster: The numbers 007 are plastered over a white background with a gun after the 7.

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age 17+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 18+


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age 15+

An Escape Room Lovers Dream Come True!

This is one of best shows I've seen in a long time. I like so many things about this show. 1. The challenges are like a massive escape room combined with physical challenges and historical trivia! I love all of those things! 2. The filming is done like that of a movie and not a competition show. The filter on the screen, the music, what is show on screen--all of it feels like I'm watching an action movie. But since I know its real people trying to figure it out, it feels way more exciting than watching an action movie. 3. I love watching the psychology of how people push themselves to do things and how people interact on a team. I enjoy it on the Amazing Race and Tough as Nails, but its even better on this show. 4. The fact that the teams aren't competing against each other is very unique. There are 9 teams and each has the chance to earn 1 million pounds. So 9 million pounds are available. The only thing stopping each team from winning is themselves. I actually don't even like James Bond or the James Bond movies. But I love competition shows, adventure movies, and escape rooms. I haven't felt this captivated or been this much on the edge of my seat in a long time! The only reason I rated it for 15 and up is because of the occasional use of the F word and other cuss words.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

A competition show that elevates the reality TV genre with its cinematic presentation, stunning scenery, and captivating stunts and scores. 007: The Road to a Million's unique premise invites viewers to join teams of two on an epic journey. The melodramatic tone, enhanced by Brian Cox's (Succession) villainous host role, adds fun to the competition. The Amazing Race meets Casino Royal, the series stands out for its cool factor and family-friendly appeal, offering entertainment for teens and parents as well as opportunities to develop wanderlust together.

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