Where to watch The Grand Tour in Australia


Clarkson and the fellas have kicked off their first series post-Top Gear. Here's where you can catch The Grand Tour in Australia.

After Jeremy Clarkson's widely publicised fracas with a Top Gear producer, fans were absolutely livid about one of television's most controversial sackings. Once the dust from the tussle had settled, it was announced that James May, Richard Hammond, and of course, Clarkson would be returning for an Amazon-produced series in the same spirit known as The Grand Tour. Great news for those living in the US and the UK, but not so exciting for Australian fans without access to the service. Well, that is until now.

Amazon has begun allowing Australian residents to sign up to its streaming service Amazon Prime Video without a VPN. All you need is a credit card and a fake US address and you'll be hanging with the boys in no time. Amazon has said that full access to the show for Australians will happen in December 2017.

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When does The Grand Tour air in Australia (AEST)?

Episodes of The Grand Tour are released every Friday at 00:01 GMT. For Australians, that means you will be able to catch every episode from 11:00am every Friday.

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