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The Grand Tour: Where and why to watch | News

The Grand Tour: Where, When, How and Why to Watch

16 November 2016
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All you need to know about former Top Gear trio Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May's new show, The Grand Tour.

It's been a year and a half since Jeremy Clarkson and Top Gear were engulfed in the scandal which resulted in Clarkson, May and Hammond leaving the show for pastures new, in the form of Amazon Prime exclusive The Grand Tour. But the wait is now over and the troublesome trio will be back on our (Prime users) screens this Friday in the first instalment of their mega money motoring show.

Make no bones about it, Amazon have gone all out with this, with each episode reportedly costing a colossal £4.5million... So when can fans watch the new show? Read on.

When is The Grand Tour on?

The first instalment of The Grand Tour will be going live on Friday November 18, with a new episode being released each week. The first episode will run for 70 minutes, with subsequent episodes running for 60.

How to watch The Grand Tour?

The one snag with Clarkson & Co's new show, is that It's only available on Amazon Prime. Worry not, though, as there a number of ways at a number of price points to get access to The Grand Tour.

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 1-day delivery, music stream service and depending where 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 smart phones and tablets, and can also be viewed on desktop PC's 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 in to a shiny new smart one - for the price of £35.

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