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New episodes will be released every Friday for 12 weeks.

The trio is back! And all of them have committed to three seasons.


Top Gear faced a "perfect storm" in the months ahead of Jeremy Clarkson's fracas.

The Grand Tour's Executive Producer Andy Wilman took part in an entertaining and enlightening chat at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, and now you can watch the entire 34-minute conversation.


One of the stunts will see the show's host drive through Westeros.

Filming on the first 12-episode season is 90 percent complete, Executive Producer Andy Wilman told media in Edinburgh, but we still don't know when the show will officially debut.


Only James May, indeed.

We don't recommend trying to drive without your steering wheel. Just ask James May.


Prime users in the US have a chance to snag exclusive tickets.


Jeremy Clarkson explains how a higher power intervened.

A new teaser video for the series. We could listen to Clarkson's stories all day long.


The Grand Tour crew are up to their usual tricks.


What will it be like?

The first Grand Tour episode has been filmed in South Africa.


And reveals that the trio will host shows in the UK, US, and Germany.

To celebrate Prime Day, Amazon has opened The Grand Tour Prime Day Prize Draw for customers in the US to win a trip to a studio recording of the show.


The logo for the trio’s new Amazon show has an ‘80s vibe.

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May have created an old-fashioned logo for their upcoming Amazon show - The Grand Tour.


The hosts of The Grand Tour weigh in on Britain's EU referendum for some reason.


Reminder: YouTube masses are not the arbiters of taste.

For starters, there are no cars and it's not that funny.


And Amazon wants to send you along.

Take a snap of the craziest place you've ever set up a tent, and Amazon might just ship you over for the taping of Clarkson, Hammond, and May's first adventure.


"Of course we want to beat the other guys."

Evans, LeBlanc, Reid, Schmidt, Harris, and Jordan versus Clarkson, Hammond, and May. Fight!


They just couldn't leave the letters T and G alone.

The guys finally came up with a title for their Amazon show, with months to spare.


Wouldn't we all rather just play with online configurators?

What's in a name? Aren't car configurators more fun anyway?


Clarkson complains of "7,000-pound calls" to lawyers and the BBC's ownership of any name "remotely similar to Top Gear" as roadblocks to a new show title.


Former Top Gear frontman has fun at his mates' expense.

It's difficult to say who needed help the most in this photo.


We aren't sure #TheStillVeryMuchUntitledClarksonHammondMayAmazonPrimeShowComingAutumn2016 tag will catch on.

It sounds like Amazon's new motoring show is coming along very nicely.


After hinting at a major stunt yesterday, Jeremy Clarkson posted bruised-and-bloody selfie with the caption, "I survived the day. Just."


Captain Slow confirms Clarkson's timeline for the new show.

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