The Grand Tour: ITV Striking A Deal For Secondary Rights With Amazon

Posted: Oct 24 2016, 12:41pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 24 2016, 10:26pm CDT , in Cars & Vehicles


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The Grand Tour: ITV Striking a Deal for Secondary Rights with Amazon
  • The Grand Tour might be launched at ITV as well

ITV might get secondary rights for The Grand Tour.

Jeremy Clarkson and his team are coming back on the TV screen with their famous show The Grand Tour. Where Amazon is offering the subscription to view the show, there might be other channels as well which will telecast the famous new show.

It is being said that this year’s installment of the show might make it to the mainstream TV. The 12 episode series which has cost 4.5 million pounds for a single episode might be sharing its rights with some other channels too.

ITV supremo Kevin Lygo just said that there might be a deal lurking around that might make the TV channels opt for the secondary rights for the show that has to cost Amazon 160 million pounds over the next three years.

According to the Mirror, he said that they will be looking out for the show and might also put a bid forward if they will need to.

He also said that Jeremy is an excellent host for this kind of show and has a unique presence over TV. He said that he is best for The Grand Tour due to his voice and presentation skills. He thus said that if there will be a deal offered for the rights then he might be submitting a quote on his channel's behalf too.

If The Grand Tour is aired on any mainstream TV, this will mean that it will be available to watch for free in the next few months and viewers won’t have to specially pay for it. Thus if you were planning to subscribe for it, then you might want to hold off after seeing this news provided by us.

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