The former hosts of Top Gear are reuniting for a new series that will stream on Amazon Prime.

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have signed a three-season deal for the show, which is untitled as of now, according to The Hollywood Reporter. They will also reunite with Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman, who's producing the show.

After Clarkson was fired from Top Gear, which airs on the BBC, earlier this year for punching a producer, Hammond and May resigned from the program in solidarity. As part of their contract with the BBC, the trio cannot make another motoring program in the U.K. for two years.

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They were previously in talks with Netflix to create a new series, but Clarkson confirmed via Twitter on Thursday that the deal with Amazon had been finalized.

The BBC will continue to air Top Gear with a new host, British TV personality Chris Evans.

Clarkson, Hammond and May's new series is expected to premiere in 2016. Will you watch?

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