$ 250 million for the new show of former Top Gear



Amazon Prime earmarked 250 million dollars at the rate of 7 million per episode, for in the new show of the three former Detop Gear presenters


drive2prime P robablemente already know that Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May recently signed an agreement with Amazon to produce a new TV show Cars . But now some details of the agreement, which includes a huge check of $ 250 million for the production team led by Andy Wilman they met.

The new show of former Top Gear cost 7 million dollars per episode.

The contract is for three seasons and according to what is revealed by the newspaper Financial Times , it is an agreement of 250 million dollars, ie a rate of almost 7 million dollars per episode .

That money involves not only the salary of the three presenters, but also the entire workgroup, production and transportation, among other things.

himself Jeremy Clarkson said he was surprised by the high budget of Amazon, compared with that provided for the BBC. “I feel as if I had I would have taken off a biplane and had entered a spaceship” , stated in recently.

The sealed agreement between Amazon and former Top Gear is one of the largest ever agreed by a group of digital transmission .

Netflix recently paid in $ 100 million for two seasons of the series House of Cards , which is an indicator of budgets today managed television productions that can only be seen through Internet.



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