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Pierce Brosnan to Host 'History's Greatest Heists' Documentary Series in February

This February, Pierce Brosnan will host a History Channel non-fiction series about the world's greatest heists. Not a totally unfamiliar world for the fifth James Bond actor, given his roles in TV's REMINGTON STEELE and the 1999 remake of THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR, which he co-produced with Beau St Clair.

Official synopsis:

Since the creation of currency, money has made the world go round and people have done anything and everything in their power to get their hands on a lot of it, including formulating some of the most devious and high-stakes heist attempts of all time. Using dramatic recreations, dynamic storytelling and cutting-edge visual effects, alongside first-person witness accounts from the people who were there, HISTORY'S GREATEST HEISTS WITH PIERCE BROSNAN delves into the intricate schemes and audacity of the criminal masterminds who risked their freedom for a shot at a lifetime of wealth and riches. Brosnan, who is embedded into each heist through state-of-the-art technology, brings each global news headline to life by putting viewers at the heart of the action and breaking down every aspect of the plan including the conniving team, the mark, the execution and finally the aftermath.

The first of the eight epsisodes conforming the series will premiere on Tuesday, February 7, at 10/9c on History Channel.

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