Sky to launch dedicated James Bond movie channel in October
Sky is set to launch a new film channel dedicated solely to screening the full James Bond catalogue.
The new station, Sky Movies 007, will run throughout October and feature all 22 official Bond titles - from Dr No to Quantum of Solace - without interruption from commercial breaks.
As an added bonus, the channel will also air two Bond films not created by Eon Productions - 1967 Casino Royale and Never Say Never Again.
Fans of the superspy franchise can access the movies on demand via Sky Anytime+, while the content will also be available to customers on the move thanks to the pay TV giant's multiscreen service, Sky Go.
Furthermore, the entire Bond catalogue is set to be added to Now TV, the satellite broadcaster's recently launched subscription-free online television service.
The arrival of Bond on Sky Movies will coincide with the 50th anniversary of the franchise, with the first release - Dr No - hitting cinema screens on October 5th 1962.
Ian Smith, director of Sky Movies, said: "We're delighted that our customers will have the best Bond movie-watching experience ever with Sky Movies - uninterrupted, in HD, on demand and on the go."