AFTER departing BBC’s Top Gear, the world waited to see what the dynamic trio of Clarkson, Hammond and May would do next. With the last serie
AFTER departing BBC’s Top Gear, the world waited to see what the dynamic trio of Clarkson, Hammond and May would do next.
With the last series of their exclusive three-year deal with Amazon set to air next year, Jeremy Clarkson has appeared to respond to rumours that the Grand Tour won’t be getting a fourth…
Has The Grand Tour been cancelled?
There has been no confirmation that the show has been cancelled.
The rumours, originally published in the Mail on Sunday – and followed up by other publications including The Sun – quoted a source as saying: “There is nothing to suggest they are going to do another [series of The Grand Tour].
“No one has signed anything and employees are wondering where everyone will go once filming wraps.’”
However, responding to fan outrage on Twitter, Jeremy Clarkson appeared to quash these rumours to fans’ delight.
Will there be a fourth series of The Grand Tour?
As of yet, there has been no confirmation either that a fourth series is set to go ahead.
The Grand Tour is one of Amazon’s biggest shows and has made £100million for the TV service over three years.
Grand Tour producer Andy Wilman who also worked on Top Gear said: “We are focusing on series three at the moment.”
Season two of The Grand Tour is available NOW to watch on Amazon Prime.
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