The trio are struggling to name their new show in their first promo video.
Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have released their first promo video for their new Amazon Prime show, which still doesn't have a name. In the video the trio are seen trying desperately to brainstorm a title, so they can stop calling it ‘Currently Unnamed TV Show’.
The former ‘Top Gear’ presenters are having trouble naming their new TV show.
Filmed ‘somewhere in London’ the promo shows the three presenters sitting together and offering up some ideas for what the show could be titled. "It's been months - we still have no name. Well how long can we keep calling it 'currently unnamed TV show’?" Clarkson says.
"I've written some down, I've been thinking Automate-s,” Hammond suggests. He then offers ‘Tripod’, because there’s three of them, to which May replies "That’s someone with an erection.”
Clarkson then suggests a string of Genesis album titles including ‘Selling England By The Pound’ and ‘A Small Puddle Of Excellence,’ all of which are shot down. By the end of the clip the trio are still no closer to finding a name for the show, which is set to air in the autumn.
Tweeting a link to the clip Clarkson wrote, ‘Naming a TV show shouldn't be this hard #TheStillVeryMuchUntitledClarksonHammondMayAmazonPrimeShowComingAutumn2016.’ After being flooded with fan suggestions he then added: ‘Thanks for your suggestions. But be aware: for legal reasons, we cannot use a name with the word "gear" in it.’