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Grand Tour Finished – James May Shocks Fans Saying “Let Someone Else Have A Crack”

In a startling development for fans of the popular TV show ‘The Grand Tour’, James May, one of the co-presenters, has indicated that the series will no longer continue, saying that they are “getting close to the end.”

This news comes on the heels of Amazon’s rumoured decision to sever ties with Jeremy Clarkson. Earlier this year, it was rumoured that Clarkson and Amazon’s streaming service, Prime Video, had decided to part ways. This decision was triggered by a backlash over a column Clarkson wrote about Meghan Markle for the Sun, which drew significant criticism.

As the trailer has just been released for the next Grand Tour special, May clarified that the show will reach its conclusion, marking what he believes is a “natural end.” He squashed rumours suggesting that he, Clarkson, or their co-host Richard Hammond were asked to depart from the network.

May shared with the Radio Times:

“I mean, some people have said we’ve been cancelled. But really we’re getting quite close to the end of our contract, but we didn’t really have any particular plans to keep going because we’re all really just getting a bit old. It might be time to let someone else have a crack at it.”

May also hinted at the trio’s solo ventures in TV, focusing on various subjects. Such as his cooking show ‘Oh Cook!’ and his travel show ‘James May: Our Man In…’, Hammond has his Discovery+ show – ‘Richard Hammond’s Workshop’, and Clarkson has ‘Clarkson’s Farm’ and ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’. May added:

“No one has told us to go away. It’s reaching its natural end, like parties do. There comes a point at 4am when it is over.”

‘The Grand Tour: Eurocrash’ will be released on June 16. This adventure will feature the trio embarking on an unprecedented road trip across central Europe in unthinkable cars.

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