Fleming: The Man who Would be Bond
Feb 19, 2014 10:00 PMTV Network - BBC America
You have to pace yourself if you're a British secret agent, aspire to be a British secret agent, or aspire to write about a British secret agent... especially if said secret agent (or would be secret agent) is suave. Consequently, you can't have too many episodes in a single season. Tonight is the fourth episode of "Fleming: The Man who Would be Bond" and, not coincidentally, it is the last of the season. Tune in and see how it all ends. We have suspicions that Bond goes on to be an incredibly long-lived character whom they're still making films about 50+ years later, but we'll see.
Feb 12, 2014TV Network - BBC America
Here we are, the third episode of the first season of "Fleming: The Man who Would be Bond." What have we learned? We have learned that in this version of events Fleming lived the life, or part of it, that he wrote about for his suave superspy whom we adore in ways that, perhaps we shouldn't. The bit we haven't gotten to yet, and we hope happens on tonight's third episode, is where Fleming has to deal with sharks with laser beams. Tell us you're not looking forward to the sharks with laser beams scene.