Hold the press! Hold the press! The mean boys, with their mean machines, are making a comeback. Good news for one and all, as the hosts of Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have been signed up by Amazon Prime for a new car show. At the moment, they haven’t signed up the crazy Stig, but we hope he will be soon aboard (fingers crossed!). As of now, this is the biggest news in the world of entertainment, with Clarkson’s diehard fans finally having the last laugh against BBC. The show came to a sudden abruption (well, at least not literally!) when Jeremy Clarkson punched one of his producers over some catering issue (we are sure he loves his food as much as he loves his cars) and was fired by BBC over the same issue.

What’s even better is that Amazon have got them onboard for at least 3 years. We see this move as a brilliant coup (of sorts!) since Clarkson has a cult following and the car show just wasn’t the same without him. Clarkson, who had previously spoken about his sadness and the remorse he felt at leaving the BBC said, “I feel like I’ve climbed into a spaceship out of a bi-plane.” Richard Hammond added, “Amazon? Oh yes. I have already been there. I got bitten by a bullet ant.” James May, on the other hand, said, “We have become part of the new age of smart TV. Ironic, isn’t it?”.

Whatever said and done, we are sure the world will keenly keep an eye on Amazon Prime, which will air the new car show featuring these three sometime next year. So, what are you guys waiting for, go ahead and subscribe to Amazon Prime if you don’t want to miss out the mad trio doing what they do the best - driving some badass cars and giving some insanely good, hilarious and epic entertainment!

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