Some vindication is coming Jeremy Clarkson’s way—besides his hotly anticipated £160 million Amazon show, of course. More than a year after Clarkson was fired from the BBC for punching a Top Gear producer, the network’s former boss concedes that the host was a talent they couldn’t really afford to lose.
We all love Jeremy Clarkson because he’s a real and bona fide car guy. He tells it like it is, dammit! And, surprise surprise, he’s also got fabulous taste in cars.
You may have heard that Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond’s new show The Grand Tour is coming to this great country of ours. More specifically, the trio will be touching down in the mythical and gold-effusing region of Southern California. And you can apply for a ticket to be a part of the audience.
The Grand Tour is continuing to drip out little behind-the-scenes sniplets of the upcoming show to keep us all excited and interested, and this time we get irrefutable proof that the Almighty listens to Jeremy Clarkson and, when He can, lends a hand by trashing cars:
The alternate-universe Top Gear known as Amazon’s The Grand Tour appears to treat vehicles with the same tender loving care as Top Gear did. Which is to say zero care at all—as it should be.
Here it is, your first view from the hotly anticipated upcoming show The Grand Tour with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May.
We’re all excited for the rebirth of Top Gear that’s not really Top Gear, but, really, is more Top Gear than Top Gear. Of course, we mean the Holy Non-Pep Boys Triumverate’s new Amazon show, The Grand Tour. Here’s a preview of what at first we thought was the show, then realized was the trio’s live show, illicitly…
Well, here’s some surprising news: the BBC’s commercial arm reports that, despite the revamped Top Gear’s very negative ratings in the UK, the show was quite well-received internationally.
We reported earlier this week that the former Top Gear trio’s new show, The Grand Tour, would be coming to the land of the free, but we didn’t know where exactly. Well, now Amazon is giving away free tickets to the filming, which will apparently be taking place in an exotic western land called “California.”
If you’ve ever wanted a behind-the-scenes point-of-view from the cameraman, here it is.
Not-Top-Gear is pulling an Eddie Murphy.
You probably heard that BBC Top Gear exiles Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have relocated to Amazon.com where they’ll host another car show called The Grand Tour. Now they’ve got themselves a logo that looks like it’s right off the back of your Mitsubishi Starion.
Britain and the European Union are going through a pretty rough public breakup if you haven’t heard, and fan-favorite personality and British person Jeremy Clarkson has an opinion about it.
I never imagined what our world would be like with more than one Jeremy Clarkson. The thought itself seemed too vulgar; too dangerous. That is until RamblinRover posted a video skit featuring an entire island of Clarksons on Oppositelock today—and then Road & Track picked it up.
They say you should never meet your heroes, let alone learn how they make an omelet. But it’s confession time, so I’m sharing an untold story of Top Gear to celebrate its re-launch—or re-hash, depending on your view.
The old BBC’s Top Gear crew of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May found a home for a new motoring show at Amazon, finally revealed yesterday to be called The Grand Tour. Arguments ensued over what the title meant, and I’m happy to say I was right.
The old BBC’s Top Gear hosting trio of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May finally announced the title of their new Amazon motoring show, The Grand Tour. We initially thought it was a pretty ‘meh’ title, but perhaps there’s more to it.
Beloved ex-Top Gear trio Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May finally came up with an underwhelming name for their new Amazon Prime show: The Grand Tour. Hopefully this means more big adventures are on the way, because they took so long to come up with that?