Reports are flooding in that the trio’s new show will air next year and filming for the first season will begin this autumn. The former Top Gear presenters are thought to have signed up for a three season deal in what one Amazon insider has dubbed as a “significant investment” for the company.
This move by Amazon will propel the company’s £79 a year streaming service into the limelight and is almost certain to take on the BBC’s new version of Top Gear which is set to be presented by Chris Evans.
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