British media suggest that the former presenters Top Gear are in dialogue with the company streaming American Netflix for the realization of a television show that denominate “House of Cars”
L he arrival of former Top Gear presenters streaming giant Netflix takes more strength every day. The news was met a few weeks ago, but a recent report by the British newspaper The Daily Mirror indicates that Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May and former executive producer of Top Gear on BBC are preparing a new TV show waiting to be called House of Cars , a show related with cars that have nothing to do with the famous Frank Underwood played by Kevin Spacey.
Although the information comes from a tabloid as The Mirror , the three presenters were recently seen at a meeting with the director of the chain ITV rival to the BBC, the which means they are probably considering a number of options for his return to television.
However, the same report indicates that arrival at ITV seems unlikely considering potential conflicts of interest with prospective advertisers because its business model is based on advertising, unlike the state broadcaster BBC and Netflix running on a subscription basis.
Let’s wait what the outcome, but it is true that the three are held together and working on a project . today Clarkson communicated through their account on the social network Twitter that the show live three star but remains alive than ever, but with new name, now called Clarkson, Hammond & May Live .
This is a link that I have added. I've never done that before. It's about our live show. https://t.co/OOUBGE6Xlb #BackOnTheRoad
— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) May 13, 2015