Sky Movies customers could be left shaken and stirred after it was revealed that a dedicated James Bond channel will be launched in October.
The broadcaster bought the rights from MGM to all the 007 films earlier this year, which brings to an end ITV’s Sunday afternoon hold over the franchise.
Sky Movies 007 HD will be free to subscribers of the Sky Movies package, letting them watch classics such as Octopussy, The Spy Who Loved Me and GoldenEye.

Furthermore, the two movies which were not directed by Albert Broccoli’s Eon Productions – Never Say Never Again and Casino Royale – will also be available to view on demand and on the go.

The channel will be on air for a month and will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dr No, while also coinciding with Daniel Craig’s appearance in the upcoming Skyfall film.

Viewers will be able to relive their favourite Bond moments and characters, such as Jaws, Odd Job, Miss Moneypenny, Pussy Galore, Q and M.

Famous Bond actors like Roger Moore, Sean Connery and Pierce Brosnan can be enjoyed in high definition, reigniting the debate of who is the best man for the job.