, you do need an Amazon subscription to see it legally.
I felt the first episode really showed why the BBC formulaic licencing of the Top Gear brand tends to spectacularly fail, Top Gear USA and Australia were terrible, Shouty McShoutface, the less said the better.....
And I felt that the opening (Fair use in a review)
should have made it clear to the BBC why they need to create their own program.
Or not....... "The Grand Tour's debut episode has been branded "uncomfortably hubristic" in a BBC review that describes the TV show as "wanting to be a movie"."
Anyway, it's the three of them back again, some things worked, some didn't. The Ebola Track looks interesting, they took the piss out of their 'Race Driver', The 'Burning Van' was an interesting addition to the US program.
Anyway, if you like the three of them, it's compulsory viewing, camera work is outstanding and it looks like a great series.
But the BBC really need to urgently either rebrand or scrap Top Gear because the 'same old' just got smashed out of the park.