Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are reportedly edging towards announcing their brand new TV show.
While details about the new show aren’t known, Clarkson recently confirmed that he will indeed front a new automotive show alongside his former Top Gear hosts Richard Hammond and James May.
Ever since Clarkson’s contract with Top Gear wasn’t renewed, his co-hosts insisted that they wouldn’t return to the motoring show without him. These latest developments as well as the fact that Chris Evans has been named Top Gear’s new lead host and is casting auditions for the remaining hosting roles, confirm that Clarkson, Hammond and May are sticking together.
Alongside the revelation that news about the trio’s new show is just around the corner, it has been confirmed that May will host a new show on BBC2 dubbed ‘Building Cars Live’. It will consist of two 90-minute episodes showing the process of making a car from its raw materials through to the finished vehicle.
It remains unclear what the three’s new TV show will entail but according to reports, it could be created exclusively for Netflix.