A candid reply from Jeremy Clarkson on Twitter has stated that Top Gear Series 22 will return to our screens in December with 13 episodes!
We’re still going to wait for official confirmation from the BBC before updating our countdown timers though. Jeremy made a similar tweet regarding the start date of Series 21 and ended up being out by more than two months.
There’s also a chance that the “13 episodes” may in fact be for the entire year – perhaps with 7 episodes airing for Series 22 and the remaining 6 airing later in 2015, for what would be Series 23. We’ll all have to wait and find out.
In the mean time if you’re looking for spoilers, check out the Series 22 Sightings & Spoilers post.
Fresh off the plane from Argentina, a rather old and dishevelled looking Jeremy Clarkson appears in a video promoting his new book “What could possibly go wrong” and discusses if he would choose May or Hammond in regards to various topics.
The Top Gear team have been spotted out and about in various locations around the world as they film segments for Series 22. At this stage we should see the first episode go to air in early 2015 – and until I get a confirmed date, I’m taking a stab in the dark and suggesting that it could be January 25th! I’ll update you all as soon as the date is confirmed.
Below is a list of what I’ve found out about Series 22 so far, and I’ll update this post with new sightings as they come to hand.
Last sighting: 19th November 2014.
Jeremy and Richard are back! Because, frankly, they think they can do better. Their first Perfect Road Trip ended badly. This time they’re determined to get things right – with the creatively titled “The Perfect Roadtrip 2″. Check out the trailer below!
It’ll be released on November 17th and can be pre-ordered on DVD or Blu-ray.
With Top Gear currently between seasons, some fans of the show inevitably turn their attention towards the latest and greatest racing games available to get their fix of car based pornography. Those with Xbox’s have the Forza series to keep them satisfied, while a PlayStation user’s default choice would no doubt be Gran Turismo 5 or 6 – but now there’s a new option. Driveclub.
Driveclub was probably one of the most eagerly anticipated games for the PS4. It was announced a few years ago and we were teased with juicy looking renders of uber-realistic car models and the promise of groundbreaking original game elements. It was originally scheduled to be a PS4 launch title, before it was pushed back by almost a year for further polishing and tweaks. It sounded like a good decision to me – there’s nothing I hate more than developers pushing out an unfinished game and then patching the holes down the track. It turns gamers into glorified beta testers, doing the work that actual paid beta testers should have been doing in the first place. Driveclub was sounding incredibly promising then. Evolution Studios must be a developer who values their game and cares immensely about the experience players have upon buying it. But it all went wrong.
What happened? Well, here’s my experience.