AMERICAN HEROES CHANNEL PRESENTS AN EVENING OF ESPIONAGE WITH FIRST-EVER "TO LIVE AND LET SPY" PROGRAMMING EVENT
(Silver Spring, Md.) - Step aside, James Bond - the real agents are here and they're ready to talk. Join American Heroes Channel (AHC) for the first-ever TO LIVE AND LET SPY programming stunt, an entire evening dedicated to the art of espionage. Kicking off Thursday, March 31 at 8 PM ET, TO LIVE AND LET SPY shows there's more to counter intelligence than sleek getaway cars, high-tech gadgets, and self-destructing messages. Digging into some of the world's most clandestine operations and the top secret spies behind them, TO LIVE AND LET SPY takes viewers behind the covert assignments and seemingly impossible missions that changed history forever.
TO LIVE AND LET SPY is anchored by the premiere of SECRET WEAPONS OF SPIES at 9/8c, which delves into the gadgetry and technology that was imperative to secret agents during the Cold War. Rounding out the night is SPIES DECLASSIFIED, a three-part series premiering at 10/9c that features true tales of high-stakes spy games from the agents who risked their lives in global espionage. Subsequent episodes will premiere on Thursday, April 7 and Thursday, April 14 at 10/9c.
The complete line-up for AHC's TO LIVE AND LET SPY night is as follows:
CIA BLACK OPS
Encores at 8/7c
They are known as the tip of the spear-the CIA's Special Activities Division. They are the elite operators tasked with carrying out the agency's most classified missions. Now former CIA operatives shed light on some of the Agency's blackest operations.
SECRET WEAPONS OF SPIES
Premieres at 9/8c
The Cold War - two of the world's most powerful nations, locked in a dangerous stalemate. Americans fear a nuclear war, but the US Government knows too little about their secretive Soviet enemy. This war of espionage fuels a boom in spy technology.
Series Premieres at 10/9c
These are the true tales of high-stakes spy games from agents who risked their lives in global espionage. Interviews with CIA, FBI, KGB and MI6 veterans will take viewers inside spellbinding narratives from the days of the Cold War.
· ABOUT EPISODE: Reagan's KGB Agent
Vladimir Vetrov was a top KGB spy until he betrayed his country and became a secret agent for the West. Codenamed "Farewell," he would become America's single greatest asset in the US-Soviet spy war.