Jeremy Clarkson's new show The Grand Tour finally has an air date
Jeremy Clarkson and Co. are finally back.
It's been a long time coming and we've had to sit through a whole painful new series of Top Gear without them, but there's an end in sight.
We finally have a date when we get to see what Clarkson, Hammond and May have been building on their new show The Grand Tour.
The brand new 12-part series is expected to hit screens on November 18 with episodes dropping every Friday for three months.
Clarkson's new venture, which will be broadcast exclusively on Amazon Prime, looks set to be brilliant.
The trio were given a £160m budget to pretty much do whatever the fuck they wanted - that's £4.5m per episode, so we can only begin to imagine what ludicrous things they've been splashing this cash on.
What we do know is the first episode will be coming from California and will be filmed in a giant 'studio tent' with a TV audience packed inside later this month.
But it's not called The Grand Tour for nothing. The gang will be jetting out to all manner of exotic locations to film, piss about with cars and make some classic old school Top Gear-type telly.
"We'll be travelling the world hosting each episode in a different country, from a giant tent," Clarkson said. South Africa is on the list and some filming has already been done across Africa, but we're expecting more locations to be announced in the coming weeks before November.