Chris Harris? Sabine Schmitz? David Coulthard? Nope. Instead, it’s Joey Tribbiani’s time on Top Gear, ladies and gentlemen.
The new Top Gear has not had an easy time so far. There’s an entire laundry list of issues regarding the show, and the latest bullet point is that new host Chris Evans reportedly threatened to quit due to interference from the BBC executives.
Top Gear (yes, the BBC version) presenter Chris Evans announced that the show will return to the network on May 8, but has not indicated who the co-presenters will be—if there are any.
As the former Top Gear hosts prepare to make their way into Amazon’s television lineup, Jeremy Clarkson began his company advertising in the most predictable way possible—making jabs at former employer BBC.
Guy Martin is a man unlike other men. He’s had some of the most epic crashes in road racing history, including this recent one from the Ulster GP on August 6th. Now, just a few weeks later and with a few more pieces of metal in his body he’s up, he’s back at work, and he’s alright....really.
Tonight, for better or worse, the car show that defined car shows is coming to a close. Before we usher in a new era of automotive comedy, let’s take a moment to reminisce about the best car show... in the world. What are your favorite episodes from the show? When did Top Gear make you fall in love with cars? What’s…
When the BBC unceremoniously dropped Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear, and his two co-presenters quickly followed him out the door, the BBC was left in a bit of a lurch. The trio had already filmed much of the footage for more episodes in the season, but the Beeb had no way to get it on screen. Until now.
This is from a few months ago, but it’s still hilarious. Lewis Hamilton had just won the Formula One World Championship for the second time (spoiler alert), and the BBC was so delirious with excitement over their hometown boy that they completely forgot where their anchor was.
In the BBC documentary “The Trade Off,” two car salesmen switch places. One puts customers in ultra exotic cars, while the other helps buyers purchase more budget friendly vehicles. It is a fascinating look into the opposite ends of auto sales. Even through the customers and products are different, the skills to make…
You, the spittle-flecked, confused masses, were under the impression that the BBC had fired Jeremy Clarkson for punching a Top Gear producer in the face. But you, the blithering, enraged peanut gallery, were wrong. Because he was only fired from Top Gear, not the whole BBC, and in a few weeks, he’ll be back.
As a comedian living in New York, I know plenty of people who, during their time between jobs, have turned to making a web series to fill their time and potentially turn their careers around. Now, former Top Gear host James May seems to have joined their ranks with his Unemployment Tube series. In this first…
Just a day after being sacked by the BBC, Jeremy Clarkson was spotted riding his bike near his home. A mob of reporters stopped him to ask if he was worried about going to jail. Clarkson instead said people should leave Oisin Tymon, the producer he assaulted, alone. And he's right.
Jeremy Clarkson berated a Top Gear producer throughout the evening of March 4 before he attacked him physically until a witness intervened, the BBC said in their investigation of the incident that led to Clarkson’s termination from the famed motoring program.
According to the Telegraph, Jeremy Clarkson will be fired from the BBC after the “fracas” with a Top Gear producer.
With the original British version of Top Gear now being simulcast in the US, BBC America was faced with a bit of a dilemma. Namely, what should they broadcast immediately after it? They didn't have Top Gear USA; that's on the History Channel. So the answer is Mud, Sweat and Gears, a show about building stunt cars and…
Top Gear returns for its 22nd season on January 25th and have released a preview for the new series. Stop whatever you are doing and give it a watch!