Jeremy Clarkson’s House of Autos?

Jeremy Clarkson’s House of Autos?

Reports are suggesting the former Top Gear threesome are lining up a Netflix show – But what do you believe they should call it?

Jeremy Clarkson may look for inspiration for the name of his new, post-Top Gear motoring show to the Frank Underwood of Kevin Spacey, if he ends up going to Netflix.

But instead of House of Cards, the brand new show would be called … House of Cars, in line with the Daily Mirror. Do you see what they did there?

Underwood looks like the kind of man who’d love Top Gear, and Clarkson the type of bloke who’d appreciate the president’s no nonsense politics (not killing people however, clearly).

Plus, Underwood might have come up with a more powerful response when Top Gear’s ill-fated visit to Argentina ended up with the team being pursued out of the nation. “Doug?

The US video-on-demand service, and ITV remain the two most likely areas Clarkson and his buddies, James May, Richard Hammond and executive producer Andy Wilman will end up. BBC2, meanwhile, is busy coming up with an entirely new lineup.

If you can not wait for Clarkson and co to return, here’s a glimpse of what you are missing as they prepare for their live show (now completely free of Top Gear branding).

Jeremy Clarkson’s House of Autos? What should the new Top Gear be called?
Reports are proposing the former Top Gear threesome are lining up a Netflix show – However, what do you believe they should call it?

Could the former Top Gear threesome of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May return with a Netflix show?
Jeremy Clarkson may look for inspiration for the name of his new, post-Top Gear motoring show to the Frank Underwood of Kevin Spacey, if he ends up going to Netflix.

But instead of House of Cards, the new show would be called … House of Cars, based on the Daily Mirror. Do you see what they did there?

Underwood looks like the type of man who would love Top Gear, and Clarkson the sort of bloke who would value the president’s no nonsense politics (not killing people though, obviously).

Plus, Underwood might have thought of a more powerful answer when Top Gear’s ill fated visit to Argentina ended up with the team being pursued out of the nation. “Doug? Have you ever been to Buenos Aires?”

The US video on demand service, and ITV stay the two most likely areas Clarkson and his buddies, James May, Richard Hammond and executive producer Andy Wilman will wind up. BBC2 is busy coming up with an entirely new lineup.

In case you can not wait for Clarkson and co to return, here’s a glance of what you’re missing as they prepare for their live show (now totally free of Top Gear branding).

House of Automobiles is either a brilliant idea or a terrible one, but it is still preferable to Channel 5 spinoff show. But can you do better? Readers, it’s over to you