The Grand Tour Season 2 will hit Amazon Prime Video on 8 December

Alex Kidman 2 November 2017 NEWS


A season air date and an action packed trailer to accompany the second season of The Grand Tour has arrived.

Without a doubt, Amazon Prime Video's biggest original hit to date has been The Grand Tour, the show that's essentially classic Top Gear, except in name. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set up their own production company to produce the show after signing a deal said to be worth millions with Amazon to produce multiple seasons of the show, which made its debut last December.

The next season of The Grand Tour has been announced as going live on Amazon Prime Video exclusively on Friday 8 December 2017. Here in Australia, Channel 7 has recently started airing The Grand Tour, but that's the first season which has been available on Amazon Prime Video since last year.

The hosts aren't getting any younger, and they're well aware of that, given the music they've chosen for the season 2 trailer, which appears to concentrate mainly on the comedic stunt-style challenges they're well known for. Also, there's no appearance of the frankly awful Celebrity Brain Crash segment, so here's hoping it's gone this season:

Amazon just recently made its service available in Australia for owners of Microsoft's Xbox One console if you're keen to check out the service before The Grand Tour arrives.

You can also check out all the new content coming to Amazon Prime Video this month in our handy guide to all Australian streaming services in November here.

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