After allegedly attacking producer Oisin Tymon, popular "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson was kicked out of the said show. It still worked out for him as he is now pirated by Amazon Prime for his own show with similar genre.
Last year, BBC suspended Clarkson after his conflict with Tymon and some fans did not sit well with the idea of a "Top Gear" show minus Clarkson. So when he was no longer in the show, Richard Hammond and James May also followed his exit, Crossmap reports.
Now, the trio will be hosting their own "Top Gear" on Amazon's entertainment streaming venture called Prime.
So far, these are the details that are known about Clarkson and the group's upcoming magazine show on motoring.
There is still no title for the show on Amazon Prime. Christian Post reports that it could be called "Gear Knobs." But Clarkson denied this in a tweet posted last year. The tweet reads: "I see that many people think our new show is called Gear Knobs. Well you heard it here first. It isn't."
Since the three hosts are known from "Top Gear," a lot of fans assume that it will follow the same dynamics of the said show on BBC. This rumored addition of the BBC show's former executive Andy Wilman to the Amazon motoring show even amplified the assumption of a similar format. However, nothing has been confirmed yet.
Clarkson, Hammond, and May will reportedly be under Amazon Prime's show for three seasons with 12 episodes each. Each episode will run for an hour.
Fans can head to Amazon Prime to exclusively access the upcoming motoring show. They can access it on PC, and other devices.
Unlike Netflix, Amazon Prime plans to release one episode per week and not the entire season at once.