Top Gear streaming has moved yet again after seemingly being unavailable on the major services for the past few months. Its new home is with Motor Trend Network and MotorTrend.com, including seasons 2 through 24, 16 of the specials, and an all-new reboot of Top Gear America later this year.
After confusingly bouncing around Netflix and Amazon Prime for the past few years, most of the British Top Gear seasons will move to Motor Trend’s subscription streaming service as part of a broader deal between the BBC and Discovery to share their content libraries.
According to the announcement, a three-day marathon of Top Gear episodes will air on the Motor Trend Network, which used to be Velocity, starting at 8 p.m. on June 1.
Starting June 4 will be Top Gear Tuesdays, where one of 16 Top Gear Specials will re-aired every Tuesday from June to October. Top Gear Tuesdays will also program “blockbuster” episodes with compilations of the “best” moments from the TV show.
Also on June 4, seasons 2 through 24 of Top Gear will be available to stream on MotorTrend.com for anyone with a paid subscription to the service. Seasons 25 and 26 will be added sometime in 2020, along with more “Top Gear-related shows you know and love.”
Additionally, casting has begun for an all-new, seemingly rebooted season of Top Gear America to debut this fall for subscribers on MotorTrend.com.
Jalopnik has reached out to BBC America to confirm that the latest iteration of the Top Gear America show, starring William Fichtner, Tom “Wookie” Ford, and Antron Brown, has indeed been cancelled, and will update when we have more information.
A subscription to Motor Trend’s streaming service is $4.99 a month, and Motor Trend Network should be available through your Network provider.