Jay Leno Car Show To Come To CNBC

Posted: Oct 8 2014, 1:10pm CDT | by , in News | Latest TV News

Jay Leno Car Show to Come to CNBC
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Jay Leno is reportedly coming back to network TV with a car show.

Jay Leno apparently cannot handle retirement. Jay Leno left his Tonight Show hosting job in February of this year to Jimmy Fallon. Now the Hollywood Reporter cites sources that Jay Leno is close to a deal with CNBC for a Car TV show. Jay Leno is a car fanatic. He has already a web series called Jay's Garage where he shows off cool cars.

There are no details yet on when the Jay Leno car show will premiere on CNBC. There is no official confirmation of this new car show for CNBC. 64-year-old Leno has been keeping busy with standup and other projects all year.

The latest Jay Leno's Garage features the classic California Dune buggy. Watch the episode below.

A special episode of the Jay Leno's Garage titled The Ultimate Care Week has already been broadcasted on CNBC a month ago. Looks like that test was a success. Watch below.

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