The Grand Tour Explores The World This November
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Finally, after months of waiting, we have a definitive date with some old friends and amazing spots to visit from around the world.
On Friday, Amazon Prime dropped a trailer for its upcoming series “The Grand Tour,” which some of you may know better as where Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond went to after leaving “Top Gear.”
One famed row with a producer later, and the three amigos find themselves on streaming service Amazon Prime.
According to the following trailer, the new show will be awesome and have a premiere date of November 18.
We know what some of you are thinking: This is a car show.
Well — and many of “Top Gear” fans will agree — at their best, these three have had a brilliant travel show tucked away amid the funny bits. We know that “The Grand Tour” is not the same as these three's previous show, but it certainly looks to run on the same kind of petrol.
As a press release states, the group will film from a luxurious tent roaming the world. The first stop is California while a previous session included the likes of Johannesburg.
Jay Marine, Vice President of Amazon Prime Video EU, states: “The guys have been having a blast filming the show around the world and we can’t wait for fans to see it weekly beginning November 18.”
Every week will offer a new adventure from some global destination. While we may have to be patient to figure out exactly where the boys will takes us, Jalopnik scoured the above video for hints at where they may be headed.
The website’s sleuthing has us eager to see places like Barbados; Amman, Jordan; Portugal; and Ourzazate, Morocco.
Again, those are destinations that Jalopnik believes will be included based on past social media posts and hints from the video.
What we can be sure of is there will be plenty of laughs and gorgeous shots from some of the world’s most beautiful places.
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