The creators of The Grand Tour refuted the information about closing the show

The creators of The Grand Tour refuted the information about closing the show

December 14, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Jeremy Clarkson’s car television show The Grand Tour was extended for the fourth season. Previously, the media has repeatedly appeared information about the closure of this project. As stated in the official Facebook TV show, the program will undergo many changes.

“Amazon Prime Video will remain home to Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James Maye for many years,” the report said.

Jeremy Clarkson’s The Grand Tour premiered on November 18 this year. The show is broadcast on the Internet through a paid service Amazon Prime. Earlier this service became available in Russia. The first six months subscription to the service is 2.99 euros per month. Amazon Prime initially planned to shoot and show the three seasons of The Grand Tour (36 episodes) for three years.

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Jeremy Clarkson left the BBC in March 2015. The management of the TV channel decided not to renew the contract with the presenter. According to BBC CEO Tony Hall, this decision was not easy, and opinions in the management of the corporation were divided. However, in his words, “a certain line was crossed.”

Jeremy Clarkson was suspended from work after a fight with the producer of a popular TV show. The television company appointed an internal investigation regarding the incident. Top Gear co-chairs James May and Richard Hammond refused to shoot new episodes without Clarkson and soon also became members of The Grand Tour.