Jeremy and co. have agreed to at least three series of a new, as-yet-unnamed, motoring programme, that will be a direct rival to the BBC’s Chris Evans-fronted ‘Top Gear’.
The show will begin airing next year
Plenty of fans took to Twitter to discuss the deal, with many declaring that they’ll be signing up to the £79-a-year streaming service, as you’ll only be able to see the trio’s latest project by subscribing.
Within minutes of the announcement, ‘Amazon Prime’ was trending on Twitter, and tweets included:
Although admittedly, not everyone was impressed:
Amazon Prime launched back in February 2014, and since then the service has expanded, and they already produce a number of original shows, including ‘Transparent’ and ‘Extant’, which stars Halle Berry.
Just last week, Amazon unveiled an accompanying music streaming service, which will rival Spotify and Apple Music.