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.
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.
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.
Evans, LeBlanc, Reid, Schmidt, Harris, and Jordan versus Clarkson, Hammond, and May. Fight!
Let's just say that in-studio filming of the first episode of the reborn Top Gear didn't go well.
The slow trickle of Top Gear previews continues with the new host testing an off-road version of the Ariel Atom.
Anglo-American relations on the Top Gear set have allegedly suffered following Matt LeBlanc's donuts at the London Cenotaph, a World War I memorial.
Netflix missed out on Top Gear's hosts but it has snagged the rights to stream the new version with Chris Evans. We just don't know exactly when and where.
New Top Gear host Matt LeBlanc avoided a serious accident when he almost ran over a cameraman who was laying on the ground filming. The former Friends star was reportedly upset afterward and needed to take a short break from shooting.
Top Gear the magazine interviews Top Gear the television show's new American host, Matt LeBlanc.