I wonder whether the “real Bond as imagined by Fleming” would be something they actually consider. It would be a huge contrast to the movies (on which they already love to claim that they are “going back to Fleming”).
Also, only hardcore fans loving that faithful Fleming TV Bond will not turn that into the major success that can further “the brand”.
The sensible conclusion would be that TV Bond has to spin the Movie Bond plots in further directions, with new characters that are on the fringe of the Movie Bond universe, building a story platform on which they can connect - with having them appear in smaller roles in the movies and maybe even Bond having a guest role in the tv series.
I don´t want that kind of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”-approach for Bond to happen, by the way.
And frankly, that approach did not really work out for Marvel either. While I enjoy the “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”-show, it is struggling in the ratings and is only celebrated by a hardcore fan audience. The other Marvel shows also only work for that fraction of the audience on streaming platforms which don´t need the huge numbers but thrive on the brand prestige, marketing them internationally.
Which could also mean that different characters getting their own show, characters which could somehow fit into universe the Bond Movies are creating but function independently.
But what kind of character would that be? Other 00-s, probably. Maybe some Jinx-type.
Which I would not recommend nor want either.
The essential appeal of Bond is his singularity. He is the best, the most important and interesting. That´s why the movies worked. To tell the audience: oh, by the way, he is just one of many, will be detrimental to the brand.
Of course, the beancounters only looking for money, won´t see it that way.