After Jeremy Clarkson's 13-year stunt as the Top Gear host, the humorous British TV personality was terminated from the show after he physically and verbally attacked a BBC producer. The renowned "loose canon" aided the show in reaching an impressive 6.5 million viewers last season – so it was only a matter of time before another channel picked him up, following his shock depature.

Now it looks like the media streaming company Netflix caught on to the potential viewership Clarkson would bring and snapped him up for a similar project. Netflix, whose revenues are not reliant on advertising, do not seem concerned about the controversial antics and negative history surrounding Clarkson.

Speculation around co-stars, James May and Richard Hammond's impending resignation from the show could suggest a reunion on the Californian Internet streaming media channel.

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