G4 TV to host '21 Days of Bond' as network winds down

Media Alert - 21-02-13
Next month, 007 will help G4 TV wind down its operations ahead of its rebranding as the "Esquire Network' in April. The US cable channel has already signed off its original live programming focused on videogames.

Starting Monday 4th March 2013, G4 TV will screen a James Bond film every weeknight at 8PM followed immediately by an encore presentation. The film will also be repeated the following day at 1:30PM.

The first 21 007 adventures will be screen in chronological order, starting with "Dr. No" on Monday night.

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