The Grand Tour has changed a lot over the course of the past four seasons. While hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond are still entirely involved in the show, the format of the Amazon Prime Video show has changed drastically. Originally the trio originally looked at specific cars and its technical prowess, but now it seems the show will not continue like that.
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It was announced following season three, season four will just focus simply on the outrageous adventures the team embark on.
This was showcased in the first edition of season four, which was dubbed: Seamen.
The trio took to the seas of Vietnam on boats – for the first time ever.
Recently Jeremy Clarkson spoke out on the DriveTribe Pub Quiz last week about the show, and what won’t be touched upon in the coming months.
In the meantime, fans have been waiting for the next episode to air on the online streaming service – however Jeremy recently dropped some news about that.
Speaking at the same pub quiz, Jeremy confessed: “I know what one of [the questions] is going to be is: ‘When is there going to be a second episode of The Grand Tour?'”
He continued: “Alright then, well, you may have heard there’s this – well there’s a problem if I’m honest.
“The producer of the show, Andy Wilman, who also edits it for months and months and months, he had to take to his bed a few weeks ago with this weird new flu.”
After detailing Wilman coming down with a suspected case of coronavirus, he concluded: “Anyway, the good news is he’s better.
“But all the edit suites and the voiceover suites and all the places you use to make television programmes are shut.
“We are working on ways to get around that because we have filmed the programme, it is 94 percent edited.”
The Grand Tour season 4 returns to Amazon Prime in 2020.