The Grand Tour’ Release Date Confirmed As Friday 18 November On Amazon Prime

The former 'Top Gear' trio has been filming around the world.

16/09/2016 07:13 | Updated 16 September 2016

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond will be back in full flow and on our screens in two months time, with Amazon Prime giving us a release date for the highly-anticipated ‘The Grand Tour’.

Viewers will be able to see the former ‘Top Gear’ trio in action from Friday 18 November, with new episodes to be released every Friday for 12 weeks, it has been confirmed. 

Look familiar?

The first ever episode of ‘The Grand Tour’ will feature Jeremy, James and Richard in their first studio tent recording in California, which is being filmed later this month. 

The trio announced the launch date of their new show in typical style, with a 30-second trailer revealing the three of them hurling around a race track with their different reactions caught on camera. 

Sound familiar?

Jeremy, Richard and James have committed to three series of The Grand Tour as part of a landmark global TV deal and for the last year, the team have been travelling the world filming this first series in exciting locations across the globe. 

They were previously glimpsed filming in Italy, where they were treated like returning sporting heroes by the waiting masses - by arrangement, who knows? - just as Chris Evans was making his dignified departure from the ‘Top Gear’ team, having crashed with ratings during the first series of the rebooted BBC One show. 

Business as usual?

Their’ Grand Tour’ also includes studio audience recordings filmed in front of a live audience in their giant travelling tent. The team has already brought the tent to Johannesburg and will be heading to California later this month. More worldwide tent locations will be announced soon.

Jay Marine, Vice President of Amazon Prime Video EU, says: “The guys have been having a blast filming the show around the world and we can’t wait for fans to see it weekly from 18th November, only on Amazon Prime Video.”

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