Top Gear - Back in 2019 with another set of new hosts...
Top Gear America - Possibly back in 2019 with a set of new hosts.
Top Gear is a BAFTA, multi-NTA, and International Emmy Award-winning BBC motoring-television series. It began in 1977 as a conventional motoring magazine show. Over time, and especially since a relaunch in 2002, it has developed a quirky, humorous style. The show was formally presented by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May, until Clarkson's infamous dismissal in 2015. Now, Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid, and The Stig, an anonymous test driver, lead the line-up. At one point, the programme was one of the most-watched in the entire world, with an estimated 385 million viewers worldwide. In 2007, it was also one of the most pirated television shows in the world... Read more.
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Jeremy Clarkson was the British motoring journalist who became the longest serving host of Top Gear in its entirety, hosting the original incarnation of the show from 1988 to 1998, becoming the main host in 1991, and then the reboot from 2002 to 2015, remaining as main host throughout. Read more
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I've decided that since a lot of episodes are missing footage due to them never being re-released after their original airdate, a generic title card will be used instead. That way no episode article …Read more >
I'm AlexGRFan97, and I am the new owner of the Top Gear Wiki. There will be some changes under my new ownership, whereas other things will stay more or less the same. Already, there have been some UI…Read more >
It appears that Top Gear has used episode names, both in an unofficial and semi-official capacity. For example, several sites including TvTime refer to S08E05 as "Captain Slow Goes Fast":Read more >
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