The second series of The Grand Tour continues at a pace.
The big-budget motoring series returned to Amazon’s video on-demand service late last year.
The latest episode, dubbed Up, Down And Round The Farm, sees James May journey to the Eboladrome test track to try out the Volkswagen Up GTI.
Meanwhile, Jeremy Clarkson decides to attempt one of those Ken Block-style car skidding videos that are very popular on the internet using an old Subaru and a suitable swathe of English farmland.
However, his endeavours are swiftly dismantled by Richard Hammond and James May who are on hand in the studio tent to reveal some of the embarrassing behind-the-scenes footage.
Richard Hammond is in Dubai rummaging in the toy box of machinery and coming out with an incredible high-speed tracked vehicle called the Ripsaw.
Plus, Celebrity Face Off sets out to find the world’s Fastest Person With A Failed Early Career In A Band as comedian Bill Bailey takes on Preacher star Dominic Cooper.
The Grand Tour is exclusive to Prime Video.
That means fans of the ex-BBC Top Gear squad will need to cough-up for an Amazon Prime subscription.
Prime currently costs £79 a year and includes access to thousands of movies and TV shows with Prime Video, ad-free playback on hundreds of hand-built playlists and access over a million songs with Prime Music.
There’s also unlimited photo storage online, 30-minute early access to Amazon’s fast-paced Lightning Deals and unlimited one-day delivery on millions of products on the Amazon Store.
Amazon also offers a monthly £7.99 a month plan, too.
There’s also a cheaper £5.99 a month plan that only includes the Prime Video on-demand service.
However, there is way to avoid these charges completely. And best of all, it’s completely legal.
Amazon currently offers a one-month free trial for those who have never tried the Prime membership scheme.
If you haven’t already tried the service, you can set-up a trial to tune-in for free.
Obviously, with the second series of The Grand Tour to run for 12 episodes, stretched over the next three months, you won’t be able to watch the episodes live each week without moving to a paid subscription.
Fortunately, Amazon confirmed that every episode of The Grand Tour will be available to catch-up on-demand.
The first season of The Grand Tour is already available via Prime Video to binge and catch-up.
Meanwhile, you need only to wait for the first eight shows of the second series to be broadcast before taking out a free trial to watch the entire new season for free.
Take out a free Amazon Prime trail subscription on February 1st 2018 and you’ll be able to catch-up on the first eight episodes of The Grand Tour, and still have enough time with the complimentary membership to tune-in for the final episodes of the season.
Published at Fri, 05 Jan 2018 00:01:00 +0000