A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Some of the contestants show a deep appreciation of travel and nature.
The cast is diverse and includes a cross-section of Britons that include multiple pairs of White men, Muslim sisters, and a Caribbean woman married to a man from Bangladesh.
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Violence & Scariness
The contestants regularly have to undertake scary tasks, including handling a boa constrictor, climbing a crane, scaling cliffs. References are also made to some of the contestants' violent childhoods.
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There is infrequent strong language including "f--k," "bloody," "s--t," "damn," "hell," and "Jesus Christ."
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Products & Purchases
In the spirit of James Bond, extravagant things such as luxury speed boats and cars like a Rolls Royce Phantom III are featured.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that 007: Road to a Million is a reality competition show loosely based on the adventures of James Bond. As contestants traverse the globe, the show introduces viewers to some of the most interesting spots in the world and shares a little of the history of each place. The show has themes of materialism, starting with the message, "If our world has taught us anything, the best way to motivate people is with money" and highlights fancy cars. The contestants regularly have to undertake scary tasks including handling a boa constrictor, climbing a crane, and scaling cliffs. References are also made to some of the contestants' violent childhoods.
Is It Any Good?
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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