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Top Gear Hosts Doing Live Tour, and (Maybe) a Netflix Show

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May announce their new live tour

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May announce their new live tour

Ever since Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson was fired for punching a producer, there have been rumors swirling about what he (and his former co-hosts) might do next.

The speculation was rampant. Would Clarkson be doing a new show somewhere else, we wondered? Would he spend the rest of his career selling (literal) loads of crap? Had he turned to a life of crime?

We’ll let Clarkson himself answer those questions:


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That’s right, the Top Gear trio is launching “Clarkson, Hammond & May Live,” a seven-city tour that promises to features stunning supercars, amazing stunts and effects, and of course, the thrill of seeing three middle aged men badmouth the Toyota Prius—live, and in concert! Sadly, there are (as of now), no American tour dates listed on the website.

However, that shouldn’t stop stateside fans from enjoying these other hilarious promo videos that the gang made for the tour:


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The other (maybe) big news: Clarkson, Hammond, and May might be getting their own show on Netflix. A source close to the trio has told the Mirror that if they do sign with Netflix, “they’re planning to call it ‘House of Cars,’ which is just genius.”

Yeah, that… that is pretty clever…