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The Grand Tour Season 2 Will Involve The Most Travel Ever For The Boys

We are right on the cusp of The Grand Tour Season 2, and by the looks of it, we will be in for a treat. Not only will we get to see Richard’s two accidents (Mozambique and the Rimac crash), we will also be treated to the most locations visited for a season by the boys.

For the filming of Season 2, the boys will have spent 100 days traveling across five continents, visiting countries such as Croatia, Mozambique, Dubai, Switzerland, Spain, and more.

Jay Marine, VP of Amazon Prime Video Europe, says:

“The Grand Tour is our most popular show around the world having been watched in over 240 countries and territories. Customers continually tell us that their favourite segments of The Grand Tour are the travelling adventures of Jeremy, Richard and James, so despite the various calamities and injuries along the way, the guys have spent this year exploring more incredible and stunning locations than ever before…and getting into more trouble of course. We can’t wait for our Amazon Prime Video members to see series two later this year.”

Andy Wilman, Executive Producer of The Grand Tour, added:

“It’s clear that the most popular ‘Grand Tour’ element of the show is when the chaps are roaming the globe on their big adventures and road trips, so that’s what we’re doing a lot more of for this series. We’ll keep the studio in one place, and given how accident prone they are at the minute, that can only be a good thing!”

Given that the tent is now remaining in one location only, I guess it’s safe to assume that Celebrity Brain Crash will no longer be a thing?

Written by Tony Hsieh

Cars, the Buffalo Bills, video games, comics, sandwiches, jelly beans, and the shooting star press; these are the things that Tony loves (in addition to his family, of course). When he's not spending his time writing tech reviews for theslanted.com, Tony puts his lifetime love of muscle cars to use on his 2015 Mustang GT. Tony's top three favorite cars are the 1973 Mustang Mach 1, Ferrari 458, and Aston Martin DBS.

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