17/11/2016 9:21 AM AEDT | Updated 18/11/2016 11:51 AM AEDT

Jeremy Clarkson's New Show Is Live, And Aussies Haven't Been Geoblocked

The Grand Tour promises to be very grand indeed.

The trio is at it again.
The trio is at it again.

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are back.

Following the drama on the Top Gear set which saw Jeremy Clarkson booted from the show and the BBC, the car road-testing guru is back with his buddies on a very similar looking show, The Grand Tour.

The trio are doing what they do best, this time over on Amazon Prime. The new 12-episode series dropped on Thursday. The series launch was widely expected to be limited to the UK, U.S, Japan, with the rest of the world coming in December.

But it appears Australia has been allowed to join the launch party after Amazon quietly launched its Prime service, which was only due next month.

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A car is crashed during a media stunt for Jeremy Clarkson's new television show Grand Tour, in central London.

Similar to Stan or Fetch TV, You'll need to subscribe to Amazon Prime to watch The Grand Tour. It'll cost you around $100 for a year's subscription, though the good news is it also also has shows such as Downton Abbey and Transparent, so you'll likely get some use out of it.

The only thing is, Gizmodo reports, you won't be able to watch it on a mobile device as the Prime app is not available in Australia yet. Which leave you to watch it in its full, full-screened glory.

Update: This story was updated to reflect the show would not be geoblocked in Australia.

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