Season 27 of Top Gear will see yet another reboot of the British TV program with new hosts as the BBC tries to reclaim the ‘pull’ the program once had.

Top Gear has released a trailer showing off new adventures and new hosts after Matt LeBlanc and Rory Reid quit the show at the end of Season 26. LeBlanc complained about the travel and Reid has stepped sideways to concentrate on Top Gear’s companion program, called Extra Gear.

In their place will be former UK cricketer, Freddie Flintoff and UK comedian, Paddy McGuiness. While Australian audiences won’t know much about the latter, the former has appeared regularly on Aussie TV screens and was most recently one of the hosts on Australian Ninja Warrior. Chris Harris has been the one consistent face on the show as the BBC has tried to find the right hosts to ‘click’ with audiences after Jeremy Clarkson was sacked from the show after punching a producer and Richard Hammond and James May followed him out the door to form The Grand Tour on Amazon.

Th trailer shows the next season of Top Gear is walking familiar ground with plenty of stunts, races and dodgy comparisons.


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