If you’re a fan of Best Gear, it was a rather sad day when we found out that the show was shutting down soon after the altercation between Jeremy Clarkson and the one of the show’s producers. Not everything that came from it was bad, nonetheless. Clarkson’s co-presenters, Richard Hammond and James Might went on to do live shows in 32 cities and even signed a deal with Amazon to do an exclusive show of their own, but what would come about to Best Gear?
Well according to Prime Gear’s new presenter, Chris Evans, our thirst for the British show will lastly be eased come Could 8th, when the initial new episode broadcasts on BBC2. Moreover, in the course of an interview on BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen, James Martin mentioned “We’re going to America to make our initial intere-continental in January.” So not only will we get to see Best Gear once more, but there will be at least one particular episode recorded here in the States.
We nevertheless haven’t received word on who will co-present the show with Chris Evans, but according to Evans, filming has already started and there will be 16 episodes for the first season. So, we won’t be seeing our old buddies Clarkson, Hammond, and May possibly on Top Gear, but Top Gear will continue. The only true query is can it really stack up against the Leading Gear that we’ve all come to love?
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