Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May Are Back For Season 6


Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond are back together again on The Grand Tour, and this time, they will travel to Eastern Europe. Expect their trademark blend of banter and mishaps while driving cars over some challenging roads.

Fans will miss this show but will find solace in knowing Clarkson already has her mask on Amazon called Clarkson’s Farm while May has Our Man In India.

Season 1

The Grand Tour is an Amazon Prime streaming motoring series starring Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May. Premiering November 18, 2016, its premiere episode garnered over one million viewers, marking a first since Top Gear without a Tent.

The Grand Tour features automotive segments and celebrity guests, from discussing current events and new cars while performing stunts and humorous sketches to test-driving exotic ones. Furthermore, The Grand Tour also visits iconic locations worldwide; season one presenters visited Johannesburg, South Africa; Nashville, USA; Stuttgart, Germany; Dubai, UAE; Loch Ness, Scotland; and Whitby, England during season 1.

Although The Grand Tour has some issues, its three-host chemistry cannot be denied. While its attempts at being both general entertainment and car show suffer from over-scripting problems, its car-related content still shines bright. Amazon announced in September they have renewed this series but do not yet know when new episodes will air. Fans should rejoice!

Though The Grand Tour doesn’t serve as an official replacement for Top Gear, it has proved immensely successful. It is one of the most-watched shows on Amazon Prime, and its creators plan to continue it as one incarnation, including possibly creating one featuring Jeremy Clarkson alone.

Season 2

After the departure of Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear, Hammond and May joined forces to form The Grand Tour as a spin-off series. This show has received critical acclaim for its entertaining banter, stunning visuals, and adrenaline-pumping car stunts. In Season 2, their hosts explore different countries while driving new automobiles through breathtaking locations around the world.

The Grand Tour is an essential watch for any car enthusiast, offering celebrity guests high-speed drives, hilarious sketches, and up-to-date motoring news coverage and driving skill tips from expert hosts. Additionally, its stunning cinematography makes viewing even more entertaining!

Though there were initial growing pains with the show’s initial season, its creator, Andy Wilman, soon made it a great success. Through feedback and cutting some clunkier elements, such as Mike Skinner’s American “he’s not the Stig” character and that strange test track around a power station, he managed to keep it fresh and entertaining.

Amazon’s decision to part ways with Jeremy Clarkson may be understandable, yet still disappointing for fans of The Grand Tour. His presence brought joy and fascination to millions around the globe while turning many non-car enthusiasts into enthusiasts; losing him after only six seasons feels like watching your favorite band part ways with you. Let’s hope The Grand Tour returns for one more season.

Season 3

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are set to return for another season of The Grand Tour! The trailer just dropped, showing it’s back as its old self. The series has become beloved due to its high-energy antics and global locations; season three premieres on January 18th.

The Grand Tour is a British motoring television program for Amazon Prime created by its cast. It focuses on reviewing cars, both new and classic alike, tackling motoring-themed challenges and races, studio segments between on-location footage, as well as studio segments in between all-on footage filmed for Top Gear (produced by the same team).

In season 1, our presenters traveled across Namibia in Beach Buggies, tested three hypercars in Switzerland, raced across Morocco, and more – an exciting first season that only got better with season two! It promises even more car adventures and hijinks ahead in season three!

In Season 5, The Grand Tour crew will test Soviet-style Formula 1 cars, race in Mozambique, and more. The short trailer begins with Hammond crossing a rickety bridge in an old lifted pickup before showing plenty of explosions and crashes to keep fans excited. Furthermore, The Grand Tour will release an accompanying video game alongside new episodes.

Season 4

The Grand Tour is one of the most-watched motoring shows on television, featuring Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond in various cars on road trips around the globe. It offers plenty of entertaining content – making it essential viewing for car lovers – though some viewers may find its occasional drawbacks frustrating. But regardless of their shortcomings, The Grand Tour remains worth viewing.

The fourth series of The Grand Tour has been somewhat disjointed due to a coronavirus outbreak, which has forced shows off-air temporarily. Fans can still expect the fifth season to air sometime between 2024 and 2025.

“Seamen,” The Grand Tour’s most recent episode, sees presenters driving cars on the sea – a hazardous task. However, what stands out most in this episode is that Jeremy Clarkson has grown more mature, no longer making blunt jokes and showing some compassion toward co-hosts.

The Grand Tour is a highly entertaining car show, filled with stunning scenery, clever pranks, and enough local history to keep audiences interested. Since it has evolved from being just another BBC motoring program into something special over time – and maybe its final season this time – its popularity is genuinely unprecedented. It will undoubtedly be sad when this legendary series eventually has to end!

Season 5

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May have been hard at work preparing to launch the newest season of The Grand Tour. With their new tent and fleet of luxurious vehicles in tow, these three have plenty of exciting stories and adventures in store to share with viewers.

The Grand Tour is an adventure series set across various locations worldwide. Filled with action and classic humor from its host, The Grand Tour attracts millions of viewers worldwide. It’s trendy.

Season 5 of the show sees our presenters travel to Norway in three rally cars, traveling above the Arctic Circle nearly to the Russian border and visiting Cold War submarine bases and frozen lake racetracks. Initially planned for March of 2020 but postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic; unfortunately, they did not get any refund for tickets or flights as there is no word in Russian for “refund.”

After its third series, The Grand Tour moved away from its tent format and toward feature-length special episodes with lots of banter and comedic antics, though these won’t follow the same form that we enjoyed with previous seasons. Clarkson recently confirmed on Instagram that their next special will focus on Eastern Europe.

Season 6

Last September, car enthusiasts watched as Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May reunited for an icy adventure in Norway. However, according to Variety, they won’t be back together this year as Amazon has decided to discontinue the show after four more episodes.

The Grand Tour is a British motoring television series created for Amazon Prime Video by former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May. The Grand Tour blends travel, automobiles, and challenges into an engaging experience for its viewers, garnering widespread critical acclaim due to its entertaining and comical content as well as high production values.

Season 6 will see three presenters drive cars from Georgia to Azerbaijan and conduct tests comparing them while also recounting Ford and Ferrari’s famous battle at Le Mans in the 1960s. At Eboladrome, they will compete against one another to achieve the fastest lap times.

The show will also feature celebrity guests and a brand-new studio section to allow James May and Jeremy Clarkson to test new vehicles, along with Mike Skinner (The American) and Abbie Eaton (James May’s assistant driver). Although season 6 of this series will come to an end, Hammond and Clarkson both have Amazon series available, such as Clarkson’s Farm or James’ Our Man In…, that they can keep busy with.