On Sunday night (July 3) the ‘revamped’ new series of ‘Top Gear’ came to an end, giving the troubled BBC show its lowest viewing figures yet. The series has come under fire from viewers since it’s debut back in May, with host Chris Evans coming under particular criticism.

Top Gear‘Top Gear’s’ ratings continue to fall for the final episode.

The Mirror reports that the show pulled in an audience of just 1.9 million on Sunday, as it went head-to-head with the Euro 2016 quarter final match between France and Iceland. Once again fans on Twitter were quick to criticise host Chris Evans, for his ‘shouty’ presenting style.

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For many viewers it seems Evans is the problem, as his co-host Matt LeBlanc has been praised for his performance on the series as the weeks have gone on. The BBC will now have to decide wether to keep Evans as host when the show returns for its next series.

But according to The Sun, Evans is also in trouble for his behind the scenes behaviour. The newspaper reports that Evans is in for "the biggest telling off of his career” from BBC boss Kate Phillips over his "control freak" behaviour on set.

A source said: "He’s now going to be told there will be changes and if he doesn’t like it then he should go.” Phillips is said to be eyeing LeBlanc as the star of the show, to help take it to a global audience.

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"Matt is more well-known and popular with audiences, so Chris will take a back seat like he did towards the end of the series," the source said. "The other presenters will have a more prominent role and it will be seen as an ensemble rather than Chris and his team."