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The Grand Tour Season 2: Where, When, How and Why to Watch - News

Everything you need to know about The Grand Tour: Season 2 featuring everyone's favourite motoring trio and former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.

Clarkson, Hammond and May have (just about) managed to piece together the second series of their Amazon Prime exclusive The Grand Tour. But with no shortage of hiccups during filming, including the horrific crash which nearly claimed the life of Richard 'The Hamster' Hammond, the second season of the BBC Top Gear rival will be a little different to the first.

The nomadic tent which travelled the world with the trio has now been parked more permanently in the Cotswolds due to a number of ailments afflicting the ageing bunch, who have a combined age of 158. The 'Celebrity Brain Crash' segment has been replaced with something new, which most fans of the show approve of.

Amazon has ramped up promotion of The Grand Tour as it's release date nears, with a two-and-a-half minute teaser trailer now available to watch. And below, we've detailed, when, where and how you can watch the second series of the 3 series production.

When is The Grand Tour Season 2 on?

Clarkson, Hammond and May will return in episode 1 of series 2 on Friday, December 8. The trio signed a mega-money 36-show deal with Amazon, with the first series having 13 episodes, so it's thought season 2 will have 11 or 12, plenty to keep you entertained over the winter.

How to watch The Grand Tour Season 2?

Like season 1, Clarkson and Co's will only be available to Amazon Prime members. We've detailed how you can become a Prime member below, and even given some tips on how to enjoy a number of the episodes for free.

Option 1: Sign-up for Amazon Prime. This will cost you £79 a year and will give you access to a whole host of Prime-only features such as Amazon's free next day delivery, Prime Music and depending on where in the world you live, access to Amazon's grocery delivery service.

Option 2: Sign-up for Prime Video. This option gives you more flexibility and means you don't have to shell out nearly £80 in a lump sum to watch The Grand Tour, instead you'll pay £5.99 a month. If you've not signed up for any of Amazon's services before, you can also get a free 30 day trial of Amazon Prime, which will enable you to watch the first few episodes at least.

You can access Prime Video with most smartphones and tablets and is also available on desktop PCs and laptops through your browser. If you've got an up to date smart TV, it should support the Prime Video app. If not, you'll need an Amazon Fire TV dongle which will turn your older TV into a shiny new smart one - for the price of £35.

You can emulate the adventures of The Grand Tour trio by going on your very own road tour, with a selection of classic car and supercar tours available at great prices.

The Grand Tour Season 2: Where, When, How and Why to Watch
21 November 2017
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