The Grand Tour presents: A Massive Hunt gets an early release

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 17 December 2020
The Grand Tour

James May, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond

'The Grand Tour presents: A Massive Hunt' is now available on Amazon Prime Video

'The Grand Tour presents: A Massive Hunt' has been handed an early release.

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have reunited for the much-anticipated Christmas special, and they've decided to release 'A Massive Hunt' earlier than originally planned, after being pestered by fans for the last 12 months.

Jeremy admitted: "We've had [the speculation] constantly now for a year. We're very, very bored with it. So we've decided that it can go out early."

The popular presenting trio – who used to host 'Top Gear' on the BBC – star in the new Madagascan adventure as they go hunting for treasure in four-wheeled vehicles.

The show is their latest in a series of feature-length specials and is now available to enjoy on Amazon Prime Video.

Jeremy, 60, recently admitted he loved the experience of filming in Madagascar.

He shared: "Madagascar is absolutely jaw-droppingly beautiful.

"There are colours that you don’t realise exist in the world now. Nor do you realise there are roads in the world that bad. I’m sure viewers will enjoy our discomfort.

"There was a deep, deep joy for me because I was incredibly comfortable in my Bentley and I could watch James May being phenomenally uncomfortable in a Caterham which improved my mood every day."

Jeremy also teased details of the 'Grand Tour' special he's filmed in Scotland.

He revealed they bumped into a host of big-name stars while filming in the Outer Hebrides.

The outspoken presenter said: "With Scotland we knew we couldn’t go abroad, so we took a look and thought, 'Well, the Outer Hebrides then'.

"And when we got there, we bumped into the producer of 'A League of their Own', Joanna Lumley, Bob Mortimer, Paul Whitehouse, every single TV show you could think of that ordinarily would be somewhere else in the world was suddenly in the Outer Hebrides."

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