The Grand Tour
The Grand Tour is British Comedy TV series. Produced by W. Chump & sons. Stars: Jeremy Clarkson, James May, Richard Hammond. Also known as The Grand Tour in Spain. It first aired on Nov 18, 2016, on Amazon Prime. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.7 *.
How Many Seasons Of The Grand Tour Have There Been: 3 (38 episodes)
|Season 4|| |
|Season 3|| |
Season premieres on January 18, 2019
Finale: April 12, 2019
Amazon Prime, 14 episodes
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on December 8, 2017
Finale: February 16, 2018
Amazon Prime, 11 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2016, Amazon Prime, 13 episodes
The Grand Tour is on Amazon Prime (United Kingdom) Fridays at 6 pm
S3E14 () - Air Date: Apr 12, 2019 (5 months ago)
The Grand Tour Season 3 Will Have A Cheap Car Challenge In China - according to Carbuzz
These long wheelbase sedans are popular in China, but Clarkson wasn’t very fond of them. He described them as “three absolutely terrible European and American cars” during an interview at DriveTribe's China launch, though he admitted it was because these used examples didn't have air conditioning.
The Grand Tour: Neighborhood Gems - via Grmag
With the intention of putting a spotlight on GR’s neighborhoods, as well as its hidden gems and must-see community crowd-pleasers, we picked out at least one noteworthy treasure in each neighborhood — from celebrated eateries, parks and retailers situated off the beaten path, to lesser-known specialty shops, breweries and galleries amid a saturated and thriving business district (plus, a few local staples we just couldn’t leave out).
The Grand Tour: Sebastian Vettel films with James May and Richard Hammond after British GP win - according to Dailymail
Chatting away: Fresh from his victory at the British Grand Prix, the 31-year-old race car driver pulled into the garage to film a promotional clip with the pair, who were without the third host, Jeremy Clarkson, on the outing
The Grand Tour Series 3 will take us to Mongolia - via Motoringbox
The Mongolia Special will be a six-day camping trip across the country, which according to Clarkson was a “six-day orgy of exhaustion, animal lavatory facilities, discomfort, dirty fingernails, damp camping trip clothes, army food and James May’s spinnaker-sized sinuses.”