Jeremy Clarkson’s Amazon car show is set to begin filming in just a few weeks according to the former Top Gear presenter.
Clarkson broke a month-long Twitter silence to reveal that while James May has been busy with other projects, he, Richard Hammond and producer Andy Wilman had been hard at work preparing for the new show.
“May is busy with other stuff but Hammond, Wilman and I are extremely busy putting our new show together,” he said. “Much is already sorted.”
To be clear, May is busy with other stuff but Hammond, Wilman and I are extremely busy putting our new show together. Much is already sorted
May suggested yesterday that plans for the Amazon motoring show had stalled. “We haven’t got a name. We haven’t decided on the content…any of that stuff. So, honestly, nothing, nothing has happened,” he said.
May has been working on a second series of his BBC show Cars of the People, while Hammond has been promoting his new Sky1 show Jungle Quest.
“We’ve had a riotous year and now we’re positioned somewhere none of us would have expected to be a year, two years, three years ago – poised to reinvent ourselves, to be creative in a way we would never have been,” he said.
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