It was also owned by former Top Gear host Chris Evans.
LeBlanc will be joined by regular appearances from Chris Harris and Rory Reid.
Matt LeBlanc's return to Top Gear isn't certain after the host revealed that there's nothing officially happening between him and the BBC.
The BBC took a few digs at former host Chris Evans' behavior in its job posting for a new Top Gear series producer.
The final episode of Top Gear's 23rd season is a strong one that will forever be overshadowed by Chris Evans' departure after just six episodes.
Despite coming from a tabloid like The Sun, the increasing number of reports on Chris Evans behind-the-scenes behavior are starting to carry some weight.
We've lauded Top Gear's companion show since its debut, but as good as it's been, its latest episode may have taken too much of the main show's goodness.
Drama seems to continue as Top Gear UK host Matt LeBlanc is reportedly so unhappy with Chris Evans that he's given the BBC an ultimatum. It seems the show will only continue with one or the other.
A misleading segment, a rushed, artificial race, and a lack of the show's traditionally beautiful video make Top Gear's fourth episode a disappointment.
For starters, there are no cars and it's not that funny.
There are strong pieces in the latest episode of Top Gear, but some of the problems that cropped up in episode one are still here in the second outing.
A 360° tour of the track is just the thing we need.
Former hosts Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond aren't commenting, but James May said he's a "massive fan." Critics and fans haven't been so kind.