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The Grand Tour: James May shares details on postponed specials

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The Grand Tour’s James May Swears That There Will Be More Episodes Of The Next Amazon Prime Video Series the release of Carnage A Trois.

The second special key presenter launches on the streaming platform on December 17th and will see him, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond via The Chanel to France.

As the title suggests, there will be plenty of carnage in the store, and it won’t stop there as James has revealed that there will be even more specials planned.

Talking to Charlotte Hawkins and Ben Shephard on Good Morning Britain today, the presenter said: ‘We had an initial plan for Russia. We have many more in our back pocket; we’re not throwing them away, they’re being postponed because of the coronavirus.

‘The French film, Carnage A Trois, is the second of our small UK special… they are designed to keep things going until we can return to life. Normally, it takes longer than we initially thought, but we’ll do it in the end.

‘We are unstoppable.’

The boys will be back tomorrow! (Photo: Amazon Prime Video)

Of course, James, Jeremy and Richard are also working on their personal projects.

Jeremy debuted one of the biggest success stories of the year with Clarkson’s Ranch, which was made for a second series.

Meanwhile, James is filming his second Our Man travel show, this time to Italy, while Richard has kicked off another car show called Richard Hammond’s Workshop, restoring the cars he’s made. described as his ‘real passion project’.

The Grand Tour: Carnage A Trois is expected to arrive tomorrow and will see the trio delve into the strange world of French car culture.

‘On an epic road trip that begins in the hills of Wales, they go on a hair-raising climb, defuse bombs, propeller cars, helicopter stunts and races the most thrilling of their lives before heading to the English Channel to see the medieval pinnacle. , ‘read summary.

‘And a glass of soup from the French art house cinema.’

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV and The Grand Tour presents: Carnage A Trois debut on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, December 17.

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