Missing Jeremy Clarkson? Looks like the old Top Gear presenters could be given a new show


New show could be given “genius” title House of Cars

The Top Gear trio might not stay off our screens for long it seems, as they’re reportedly in talks with Netflix and ITV for a new car series.

After Jeremy Clarkson was sacked by the BBC for punching a TV producer, the programme is set to take a new direction, with a full cast of new presenters.

Clarkson and his fellow presenters James May and Richard Hammond have apparently touted the possibility of calling their new show House of Cars, a “friend of Clarkson” told the Daily Mail.

While in the past ITV said it had “no plans” to create a show for Clarkson and his pals, it’s thought to have changed its mind. Previously it has given programmes to other BBC leavers, such as Jonathan Ross who was sacked from the beeb in 2010 after Sachsgate.

Netflix is also reportedly in talks with the presenters since the trio could be a lucrative audience for the popular online streaming service.

It’s all speculation at the moment but exciting times for car and comedy fans.



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