Jeremy Clarkson, James Might and Richard Hammond have give up The Grand Tour, bringing an finish to a 20-year-long partnership, it’s being reported.
The previous High Gear presenters have determined to ‘stroll away’ from the present seven years after it was launched on Amazon’s Prime Video, it’s claimed.
An insider instructed the Solar that the ‘stunning’ determination ‘very a lot marks the top of an period for the three presenters’, who’ve labored collectively since 2003.
They added that though the present is among the streaming platform’s most watched exhibits ‘the blokes have made no bones in regards to the reality they’re all advancing in years and so they have a number of different tasks to pursue.’
The supply instructed the publication that the broadcasters ‘felt just like the time was proper and needed to exit on a excessive when the present remained standard’.
Followers of the present will nonetheless have some extra helpings of The Grand Tour to stay up for – two particular episodes which can comply with Clarkson, Might and Hammond to Mauritania and Zimbabwe can be launched subsequent yr.
It comes weeks after their former bosses on the BBC introduced High Gear, which turned the trio into superstars, was being axed within the aftermath of a horrific crash involving presenter Andrew Flintoff.
Jeremy Clarkson (proper), Richard Hammond (centre) and James Might (left) filmed throughout an episode of The Grand Tour: A Scandi Flick
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