Ever since Jeremy Clarkson got sacked from the BBC in March for his apparent, ‘unprovoked attack’ on a Top Gear producer, there has been much speculation about what he and his two co presenters (Richard Hammond and James May) will do next. Well, you’ll be pleased to hear that we can finally put all the rumours to bed…
Will they sign with ITV? Have they agreed to join Netflix? The speculation about the Top Gear trio has certainly been rife and just like most rumours, it turns out that neither of those options were correct. Jeremy, Richard and James have officially done a deal with Amazon Prime… we don’t know about you, but we certainly didn’t see that one coming!
I think we speak for most of you out there when we say that we’ve certainly missed the popular motoring show and unfortunately we’ve got a little longer to wait just yet! The boys will be back on our screens with the first of a three part series in 2016.
Whilst the guys begin their new show, which is yet to be named, it has been announced that Chris Evans will takeover and front their previous show, Top Gear, on BBC 2. It has been rumoured Jenson Button will co-present the show with Evans, but this is yet to be confirmed.
However, the BBC have announced that they’re looking for car enthusiasts to present the show with Evans. Applicants simply have to send in a 30 second video of themselves demonstrating their car obsession, in order to be in with a once in a life time chance of being part of the world renowned TV show. Think you’ve got what it takes to be a Top Gear presenter? Simply apply here.
So whose programme will prove to be more popular? Clarkson, Hammond and May’s new show, or the new revamped Top Gear? We shall have to wait and see… but one things for sure, we cannot wait to see both of them and we have a sneaky suspicion a lot of you are going to be singing up to Amazon Prime if you haven’t already…
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