Reports say he could get "full control" of a new show on the network.
After getting his butt kicked out of the BBC and causing the season of Top Gear to be cancelled for punching a producer, it seems Jeremy Clarkson might be getting out of time earlier than expected. Long known as the bad boy of automotive TV, Clarkson's racial slurs, homophobic statements and other debacles had been giving the BBC a major headache for some time now. But when he hit a producer on the show a few weeks back, the network had no choice but to fire the bad boy.
But for fans, it isn't all bad news. According to The Independent, Clarkson has been offered "full control" and "free reign" should he choose to sign with Netflix to create his own show. And if this is how he displayed his anger with BBC's oversight, imagine the fun he would have with no censorship: