Amazon Prime Video may bid farewell to The Grand Tour host Jeremy Clarkson after completing seasons that have been put into operation due to his controversial comments about British Royal Family member Meghan Markle. Clarkson’s comments in a column published in British tabloid The Sun have caused enough controversy to make the streaming giant reconsider any future plans, according to a new report. with a TV presenter. Clarkson is the co-host of the popular auto show The Grand Tour, along with Richard Hammond and James May, and is also part of Clarkson’s Farm, both of which stream on Amazon Prime Video globally.
For now, The Grand Tour is expected to run at least through the end of 2024 for specials that are already in production or in production, while Clarkson’s Farm has been commissioned for its fifth season. three could also air in 2024. The second season of Clarkson’s Farm is slated for release on February 10, though the backlash over Clarkson’s comments may take some away. motivation of any advertising activity Amazon Prime Minister Video may have planned the show.
The controversial comments were made in December 2022 against member of the British Royal Family Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and have been criticized as misogynistic and hateful. Clarkson has apologized publicly for these comments, as well as previously privately apologizing to both the Duchess and her husband Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, but it appears his career has taken a hit. harm.
Clarkson rose to fame as the host of the BBC’s Top Gear, a series about cars and motorcycles, before being abruptly fired in 2015 for alleged racial abuse and assault on manufacturers. program output. Then he and his former Top Gear co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May signed a lucrative deal with Amazon Prime Video, which led to the production of The Grand Tour, which was supposed to be one of the the platform’s most famous program. With this latest controversy and the consequences that follow, this lengthy deal is expected to come to a similar end.
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