Richard Hammond has confirmed that his Discovery+ show, Richard Hammond’s Workshop, has been greenlit for a second series.
The first series of the show followed The Grand Tour presenter as he built his car restoration company from the ground up, similarly to Jeremy Clarkson on Clarkson’s Farm. Working alongside his family team consisting of Neil, Anthony and Andrew Greenhouse, they work on some of the most sought after classic cars on the road while hunting for that all-important profit.
Simon Downing, SVP Marketing, Head of Factual & Docs UK at Discovery, told the media the following:
“Richard Hammond’s Workshop has been a standout series on discovery+ and we are delighted to again partner with Chimp Television and Krempelwood to bring viewers series two.
“The show reaches far beyond the motoring fan base and has proved to be one of our most popular commissions through its deep-dive into not only Richard Hammond’s new business but his life. We are thrilled to bring even more access and insight into the trials and tribulations of a car restoration start-up and the colourful characters who make the show so uniquely entertaining yet real.”
The release date of Series 2 is yet to be revealed, but as always, we’ll keep you updated as soon as we hear more.♦ Follow Grand Tour Nation on Google News