There is more bad news for the BBC as it looks like Clarkson and co's new show is going to be sick.
The Grand Tour has officially got a release date which is November 18.
Shit, best sign up for Amazon Prime ASAP.
The announcement went live on their official YouTube channel earlier today.
There's also been a leak regarding the kind of guests we can expect, and it blows all other UK shows' guests out of the water.
Matt Damon and Charlize Theron are apparently lined up to star on the show, according to The Sun.
Their source revealed: "All the early signs suggest The Grand Tour will have a much bigger pulling power than Top Gear. Matt and Charlize are just two of the names involved. More big stars will follow.
"Top Gear's influence and power has clearly waned without Jeremy at the helm."
Only two months(ish) until we get to see The Grand Tour ourselves and compare it to BBC's version.
However, after the disastrous revamp of Top Gear, ultimately leading to Chris Evans' resignation, and now with Matt LeBlanc unsure of whether he'll be returning - is there really much competition?
Featured image credit: The Grand Tour/Amazon Prime
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