Joey Tribbiani is now in charge (with two other guys).
Chris Evans had his chance at being lead host of the reborn Top Gear and, clearly, he was no Jeremy Clarkson. Not even close, though he did try hard to imitate Jezza. The BBC wasn't amused, nor was anyone else. But co-presenter Matt LeBlanc proved himself and fans (mostly) agreed. Extra Gear hosts Rory Reid and Chris Harris have now been promoted to full-time Top Gear co-presenters alongside LeBlanc and the trio is about to return with all-new season of the famed motoring show.
Now that The Grand Tour has premiered on Amazon Prime, expect for there to be more pressure than ever for Top Gear to deliver, and this sneak preview of what's to come definitely has promise.
Yes, it's a very short clip but the three appear to have good chemistry, a key element to success - just ask Clarkson, Hammond and May. We're honestly rooting for LeBlanc, Reid and Harris to succeed this time around, but we'll just have to wait and see what transpires. Season 24 of Top Gear is expected to debut early next year.