The BBC was asked to let Top Gear die. And all because of the new leading

The BBC was asked to let Top Gear die. And all because of the new leading

October 25, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Top Gear fans have reacted negatively to the appointment of the new presenters – the British comedian Paddy McGuinness and the professional cricketer Andrew “Freddy” Flintoff. The reaction of fans from Twitter gathered newspaper Metro.

Top Gear fans have reacted negatively to the appointment of the new presenters – the British comedian Paddy McGuinness and the professional cricketer Andrew “Freddy” Flintoff. The reaction of fans from Twitter gathered newspaper Metro.

In response to the announcement of the new lineup, fans of the program called on the BBC to “complete the suffering of Top Gear and simply let it die”, accused the corporation that it “put the last nail on the coffin cover” of the show, and also said that the innovation would be tantamount to removing “Top Gear” from the air.

Tiff Nedell, who was the host of Top Gear in the 1980s (he has now restarted Fifth Gear), said in his twitter that with the new line-up the program would go too far from the car show to the “world of easy entertainment” content, because there was only one autojournalist – Chris Harris.

The new Top Gear lineup was announced at the end of October. Instead of Matt Leblanc and Rory Reid, McGuinness and Flintoff will take the lead. Chris Harris will remain the third leading, as it was before.

The new lineup will appear in the 27th season of Top Gear. His filming will begin next year.