If you have been in a coconut shell all this while or perhaps a little too busy with many twists and turns that is our current situation, you may have missed out or perhaps misled via rumours that the trio of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May could be in a deal with Netflix after the three of them have quit the popular BBC program, Top Gear.
Well, the secret is no longer valid as both Clarkson and Amazon has revealed that the three
stooges musketeers are back and they will be on Amazon Prime!
— Amazon Instant Video (@AmazonVideoUK) July 30, 2015
This also includes tweets from Clarkson himself.
For Amazon to snap up this brilliant opportunity, I am very sure that this would be able to draw a lot of viewers towards Amazon Prime’s service. Previous ratings on the BBC show has shown that 350million viewers tune in to watch Top Gear on an annual basis, this definitely is something very lucrative for Amazon if they can achieve the same figures for the new motoring show.
A photo posted by Amazon Instant Video UK (@amazonvideouk) on
Jeremy Clarkson was previously suspended then fired from the show when he punched a producer during filming of the current season of Top Gear. The new Top Gear will have a new host, Chris Evans, who was also featured as one of the starts in the older episodes of Top Gear.