Perhaps they’ll just run repeats of older series that they have the rights too.
I think the interest in cars and related TV programs will wane with the move to electric. The engine and their unique sound to each is really the soul of the car.
Along with the move to fully autonomous driving, they’ll just be an electrical appliance.
The BBC has released the trailer for season 32.
BBC announcement that they have abandoned filming of the latest series.
That show has fallen off the radar a fair bit since Clarkson Hammond and May left.
I suspect this is the end of the line - which is a bit of a shame, I thought the BBC had finally found a hosting trio that made the show watchable (after spending a decent amount of time trying all sorts of stupid shit, like having Chris Evans host it)
Yep, the latest incarnation was highly watchable. If Freddie is leaving, then I hope they just shove it in the garage, cover it up and walk away rather than go through another five years of tinkering.
The Mail on Sunday UK reported yesterday that Top Gear “will not come back for another series” and that “its production team has been quietly dismantled”.
That’s a shame… it never really recovered after Clarkson Hammond and May left. And to think pretty much all because a production crew chef wouldn’t cook Clarkson a late dinner (I think that’s where it all started anyway).