Grand Tour Season 5 Release Date And Who Is In Cast?

Grand Tour Season 5

A British motoring television series, The Grand Tour has been officially renewed for a fifth season and a possible sixth season. The show was created when the makers of infamous series Top Gear left the show. Although the first three seasons of the motoring show were similar to Top Gear, the fourth season saw an immense change in its structure. The show is produced by Amazon for its streaming device, PrimeVideo.

The show is created by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May, and Andy Wilman. Grand Tour is released in more than 195 countries, creating a high viewing figure. The show has also received immensely positive reviews from critics. A video game has also been released in 2019, titled ‘The Grand Tour Game.’

Grand Tour Season 5: When Will It Release?

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A release date for the highly anticipated fifth season of the Grand Tour has not been released yet. It seems that the ongoing Corona pandemic has put off the production, and it is uncertain when a release date will be announced. However, we do have an unofficial sort of confirmation that the show will produce not only the fifth season but also a sixth season.

In July 2019, Andy Wilman revealed that he and the production crew had extended their contracts with Amazon for another two years. Moreover, after the refurbishing of the show after three seasons, it has become more exciting, and it would be a shame if the show decides to take a break or end it.

Grand Tour Season 5 Cast: Who Will Be The Presenters?

Undoubtedly, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May will be returning to present the show for a fifth season. However, there is a slight chance that May will drop out, he told The Sun recently, ‘I am developing nervous disorders and aches and I don’t think I’ll do this much longer because I don’t want to fall apart in public.’ We pray for better health for him.

The first three seasons of Grand Tour were quite similar to Top Gear and saw car reviews, motoring challenges and races, studio pieces, and celebrity guests. But, things took for a much better turn when they changed the narrative structure from the fourth season. The focus was more on producing individual motor films with episodes released at select intervals.