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How to watch the 50th Anniversary documentary for free in USA

06-Sep-2012 • Media Alert

James Bond fans who live in the USA will be able to watch the new 'Everything or Nothing' documentary that celebrates the 50 year history of the James Bond film series for free.

Premium movie channel EPIX (which is part-owned by MGM) will broadcast the documentary on global James Bond day, Friday 5th October, through cable and satellite providers that carry the service. However, the only major providers that carry the channel are Verizon, Dish, Cox and Charter. If you are a subscriber to any of those services, the EPIX channel will be unlocked and available as a 'free preview weekend'.

If you are a subscriber to Comcast, DirecTV, or any of the other providers that do not carry EPIX, you can still watch the documentary for free. Here's how...

EPIX will also be hosting the documentary in their video on demand library.

You will be able to watch via the EPIXHD.com website streaming to your computer or through an app for Xbox 360, Android, Roku, Blackberry PlayBook, Google TV, iPad, or iPhone/iTouch.

How? Sign up for a no-risk (no credit card required) 14 day free trial via this page. Be sure to do this in late September, so that your 14 days trial does not end before Bond Day.

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