Jeremy Clarkson Takes To Twitter To Announce What His New Show WON'T Be Called

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Nice try, BuzzFeed.

Jeremy Clarkson has taken to Twitter to clear up something big: the name of his new show. Clarkson didn’t reveal anything new per se, but he did say the Amazon show that he, Richard Hammond and James May are creating won’t be called “Gear Knobs.” This debunks a report a few weeks back by BuzzFeed claiming as such, and frankly we aren’t too disappointed. Saying you watch a show called “Gear Knobs” in public or online sounds a bit tough, at least to us. Whatever happened to “House of Cars,” guys?

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