Whilst Chris Evans (Not Captain America) will be presenting the new Top Gear on BBC, suspended Jeremy Clarkson for reportedly hitting a producer will be back with fellow mates James May and Richard Hammond after signing up with Amazon Prime.
It is fantastic news for millions of Top Gear fans that Amazon Prime signs Clarkson, May and Hammond for 2016 with a brand new TV series. They have now found a new place to share their antic in a new home everyone will grow to love.
The trio are all set to record a new motoring show for Amazon Instant Video. It was only a matter of time before they were back in the driving seat of a new show and fans will be over the moon with excitement.
They are all set to produce a new unscripted show about cars, and they will be joining Top Gear producer Andy Willman according to Mashable. The new Amazon Prime show will air exclusively in 2016.
Clarkson, Hammond and May are set to produce a new, unscripted series about cars for the video service, with former also involved. Netflix and other broadcasters are believed to have courted the trio also over the last few months.
Check out the tweets below from the three car nuts, the first is from Jeremy Clarkson