Jeremy Clarkson has revealed that The Grand Tour will not be ending after season three – and could last for another couple of years.
The 58-year-old presenter has said that streaming service has appeared to have agreed to another two series.
He will be joined by James May, 56, and Richard Hammond, 49, for the following seasons.
Fans of the show had feared that the series would end after season three.
However Jeremy gave them hope at a recent press conference, during which he spoke about the future of the show.
Jeremy Clarkson opened up about the future of The Grand Tour
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Jeremy has said that Amazon Prime have indicated that they are interested in a few more years of the show
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Jeremy told Female First: “We’re delighted to say Amazon have asked us to do more.”
He explained: "We were signed up by Amazon to do three seasons and everyone was like, ‘They’re going to do four,’ but we were only asked to do three."
The presenter also revealed that they hadn’t been able to reveal the news before season three aired because the scenes hadn’t been filmed yet.
Jeremy said that the streaming service loved the show
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Looks like viewers will see more of the trio
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He said: "When we finished three we talked to Amazon and they said, ‘Oh no we’d be delighted,’ and they seemed to love us so consequently you’ve got us for a few more years yet."
This comes after Jeremy previously revealed that a fourth season had been commissioned for the show.
The Amazon statement revealed: "We’re excited to announce that we have renewed The Grand Tour for season four, and proud that Prime Video will continue to be the home for Jeremy, Richard and James for years to come."
“Season four will see the guys ditch the tent to take on big adventure road trips that we know Prime members love.”
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