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Clarkson, May And Hammond Heading To Amazon Prime And With That Nobody Cares That Top Gear Has A New Producer

By   July 30, 2015

Clarkson, May And Hammond Sign Deal With Amazon Prime

Clarkson, May And Hammond Sign Deal With Amazon Prime

It was just announced that U.K. Top Gear will have a new executive producer (if anybody does care, her name is Lisa Clark and she worked with Chris Evans before). But nobody really cares because it was also announced that Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond along with former Top Gear producer Andy Wilman will be heading to Amazon Prime.

There had been a lot of rumors as to where the trio would end up with Netflix getting much more consideration by media (including us) instead of the Amazon streaming service. This could be huge for the online video platform as many will be willing to pay to get their fix of what should be an entertaining car show.

No official show name has yet been announced (we’re sure folks on Reddit are just waiting to be the first to create the new subreddit). However, Clarkson, May and Hammond have taken to Twitter to let the world know.

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Chris Evans Picked As New Top Gear Host, Does Anybody Care?

By   June 17, 2015

New Top Gear Host Chris Evans with Joss Stone

New Top Gear Host Chris Evans with Joss Stone

The BBC announced that Chris Evans will replace Jeremy Clarkson as a new presenter on Top Gear. First of all, this is not the same Chris Evans that plays the role of Captain America in the Avenger’s movies. No, he is currently the presenter of The Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2.

He is also a huge car collector and one that has appeared on Top Gear before. He was on the show a couple of times including as a star in the reasonably priced car and an episode featured his classic Ferrari California. So, he likes cars, but does anybody really care about Top Gear’s newest host?

For more about the future of Top Gear as well as Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, click past the jump (or scroll down if you came directly to the full article).

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Netflix Petition Worked; Jeremy Clarkson, James May And Richard Hammond Are In Talks For House Of Cars

By   May 13, 2015

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are in Talks with Netflix For House Of Cars

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are in Talks with Netflix For House Of Cars

A few weeks ago, after you brought up the idea, we started a petition for Netflix to contact Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond. After a few days of collecting signatures over 2,500 people had signed it (largely helped by you sharing it on social media, especially Reddit) and more have since added their name to it. After the initially collection of names we sent a batch of them over to Netflix to show that there is interest in a new show with the three former Top Gear presenters.

Well, if a report from the Daily Mirror is correct, Netflix has listened to all of you and are in talks about creating a new automotive show. Plenty of details are still unknown, but we can hope that former Top Gear producer Andy Wilman will also be involved in the new program.

Click past the jump (or scroll down if you came directly to the full article) to find out more about the new car show.

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An Update On The Netflix, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond And James May Petition

By   May 11, 2015

Netflix Could Get Together Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond And James May

Netflix Could Get Together Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond And James May

You may remember that we started a petition to have Netflix get in contact with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May to potentially make a new automotive show similar to Top Gear. The petition has had some traction and plenty of you have signed it.

As you probably already know this all started when the BBC decided to let Mr. Clarkson go after an attack of a producer. Since then James May and Richard Hammond have stated that they will not be returning to the pokey little motoring show on BBC2 either.

Click past the jump (or scroll down if you came directly to the full article) to get an update of how the petition is going.

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