The Grand Tour (2016– )
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Unscripted 

The Grand Tour is in Croatia to make a completely unscripted film featuring Jeremy Clarkson in an Audi TT RS, Richard Hammond in an Ariel Nomad, James May making a fire engine out of an old... See full summary »
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Episode cast overview:
Jeremy Clarkson ... Himself - Presenter
Richard Hammond ... Himself - Presenter
James May ... Himself - Presenter
Abbie Eaton Abbie Eaton ... Herself - Driver
Michael Ball ... Himself
Alfie Boe ... Himself
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The Grand Tour is in Croatia to make a completely unscripted film featuring Jeremy Clarkson in an Audi TT RS, Richard Hammond in an Ariel Nomad, James May making a fire engine out of an old Lada, and everyone trying to find a non-existent link between the three. Also, Richard tests the McLaren 720S and Michael Ball and Alfie Boe go head-to-head in Celebrity Face Off.

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Comedy | Talk-Show

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 December 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Sea Organ, Zadar, Croatia See more »

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Budget:

£4,500,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Michael Ball - singer. Once starred in Phantom Of The Opera. Alfie Boe - also singer. Once starred in Les Miserables. See more »

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GT Portugal 2M6
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Written by Paul Leonard-Morgan
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Purposely and embarrassingly bad
30 December 2017 | by EkebzSee all my reviews

What made Top Gear such a great show was the chemistry between the three presenters. Top Gear was scripted but it always left room for what felt like moments of genuine laughter and bizarre moments that can't be, or to the very least, never felt, scripted. The Grand Tour on the other hand, often lacks this room for genuine moments, where overly scripted and predictable jokes has taken its place. People have been mentioning this since the start of the first season with the horrible "Operation Desert Stumble" episode.

In season 2, they have worked really hard on adressing and improving from the critique they got on season 1. In episode 204 "unscripted", they adress the critique of being too scripted. Unfortunately they seem to have misunderstood the critique compeltely, and just been offended by it. The entire film of the episode is purposely made horrible to make some sort of point to the fans that the show needs a plan and a script. It was frustrating to watch how they beliberately keeps ridiculing the fans criticism of overscripting. They know very well what people mean. The fans don't mind the show being planned ahead and scripted, but please, just leave some space for natural and organic converstaions and moments, like during the golden age of Top Gear.


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