Former BBC bad boy and Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson took to Twitter this morning to announce that he and his auto-brothers Richard Hammond and James May will be taking their talents to Amazon Prime for a new show, set to begin production this fall. The show, which doesn't have a name yet, is expected to hit the streaming service sometime next year and will be helmed by former Top Gear producer Andy Wilman. The three-year deal's financial terms aren't public yet, but you can expect that the lads didn't come to the online world cheap.
Keep an eye out for more news in anticipation of the show's production—and get ready for a huge rivalry with BBC's Top Gear, which is continuing with new host Chris Evans, and is rumored to be bringing former F1 World Champion Jenson Button into the fold, as well.
Brett Williams is an editorial assistant at Supercompressor. Until Prime gets better movies, he's partial to Netflix.
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