After a report surfaced stating that Amazon has yet to pick up The Grand Tour for a fourth season and making it sound like it won’t happen, Jeremy Clarkson, one of the hosts, took to Twitter to set things rights.
The mail online's report of what happened in Italy today is utter utter horseshit. Whoever wrote it should be ashamed of themselves
— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) July 7, 2016
Clarkson indirectly called the report “horseshit”, while starting his own fake rumor regarding Daily Mail editor George ‘Geordie’ Greig, saying that he heard how the latter was “about to be fired” as editor of the tabloid.
The Grand Tour host then tweeted out: “Sorry Geordie. I may have published something which is horse sh*t. Annoying, isn’t it.” – thus indirectly suggesting a parallel between horse manure and the original article which speculated on the show’s demise.
Sorry Geordie. I may have published something which is horse shit. Annoying, isn't it.
— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) March 11, 2018
After we saw the story from the Daily Mail, we also poked around and according to our sources, it’s completely speculative and the show has definitely not been axed, something clearly supported by Clarkson’s tweets.
In fact, the TGT crew only just finished series two and haven’t even begun filming series three yet. In other words, it’s way too early for any such decisions at this point.
As for Amazon, no official comment on the matter has been made.