The Grand Tour: Why was season 4 return delayed? Jeremy Clarkson admits confusion

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The Grand Tour: A Massive Hunt will be released on Amazon Prime Video this December. However, it’s taken a long time to get from filming to release, according to its presenters. Express.co.uk and other media recently chatted with the stars to find out why this was and what to expect from their return.

The latest special of The Grand Tour sees Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May head to the islands of Reunion and Madagascar.

Armed with three sports cars of their own choice, the trio sets out to find some mysterious hidden treasure.

And as viewers might have guessed, things do not run entirely smoothly for the presenters on their journey.

The episode will be released on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, December 18 for fans to enjoy.

However, there has been a lot of anticipation about the special ever since it was filmed at the end of 2019.

This is especially the case as the previous episode from The Grand Tour team was released in December last year.

The show has taken a while to make it to screens, which the presenters themselves are a bit confused about as well.

Speaking to Express.co.uk about when filming took place, Clarkson admitted: “It was an enormously long time ago.

“I haven’t got the first idea about why it’s taken so long from us giving it to Amazon and Amazon putting it in a machine and pressing play.

“It will be something to do with Covid and computer algorithms I’m sure. It was a very long time ago we filmed it.”

Fans need not fret however as the special will be landing very soon on the streaming platform.

Despite its delay, host Hammond thinks this is a perfect time for viewers to watch it.

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He explained: “Our show is a bit of an escape – that’s what it’s always been.

“It’s great to offer people the chance to escape to somewhere in a different world from the comfort of their own sofa – particularly now!”

What’s more, it also seems like there are already more specials on their way soon.

The team reunited in Scotland to film recently in Covid-safe conditions.

What’s more, the stars have revealed there are also some more planned for next year.

May confirmed: “We’ve already filmed one for next year, which is our recent Scotland adventure.

“I would hope we could do another one next year as well, but it’s slightly out of our control, to be honest!”

As a result, it looks like fans could be seeing a lot more of the trio going forward.

The Grand Tour: A Massive Hunt launches on Amazon Prime Video on December 18.

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