There are three tentpole streaming releases this weekend. Take your pick, or just watch all three.
Aidan Turner's new period drama Leonardo gives a fresh look at the genius artist and inventor's early life in 13th century Florence.
The 28-year-old 'Star Wars' star grew up in Peckham, south London, and said he and his father have been stopped and searched by the police.
All remaining 92 fixtures are set to be broadcast, with 29 free to air and the BBC broadcasting its first ever Premier League games.
Not usually one for outbursts of emotion – unless the kitchen is closed, of course – Jeremy Clarkson welled up as the final episode of motoring show The Grand Tour went out.
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Jeremy Clarkson has expressed fears that the BBC could launch a legal case against his new Amazon Prime show, The Grand Tour, for imitating the Top Gear format. The programme, which he presents alongside fellow former Top Gear hosts Richard Hammond and James May, faced potential legal issues over BBC restrictions on intellectual property rights. Writing in The Sunday Times Magazine, Clarkson revealed that dozens of prospective names for The Grand Tour were rejected for being too similar to the BBC’s stunt-filled show, but then expressed his concerns over their use of a test track – aka an essential requirement of any car show.
According to Jeremy Clarkson, it’s because it made all those balding, middle-aged blokes watching at home feel better about their bad teeth expanding waistlines. “What worries me most is that everyone is expecting Avengers Assemble, that people think we’ve made something between the new Star Wars movie and Iron Man. “It is just three middle-aged men doing what they’ve always done – drive cars around corners, shout, fall over, belittle each other, bicker.
It’s been over a year since Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May stepped down from Top Gear, and revealed that they would be creating a new motor series for Amazon Prime.
James May broke his arm while filming Amazon’s new motoring show The Grand Tour. The former Top Gear co-host – who has reunited with colleagues Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond on the new show – wasn’t caught up in a car crash or daring stunt, but rather took a serious tumble out of a pub instead. Speaking at the Edinburgh International TV Festival, executive producer Andy Wilman revealed that the presenter, 53, phoned him the night before filming started to inform him of the accident that occurred during a night out.
In anticipation of the former Top Gear trio’s new motoring show, Jeremy Clarkson has unveiled the official logo for the series, which will be released on Amazon Prime this autumn. As there is very little going on at the moment, I thought you’d like to see our new Grand Tour logo,” Jeremy tweeted while jokingly referencing all of the fallout from the recent EU Referendum result.