British media is reporting a clause in Jeremy Clarkson's contract with the BBC forbids him for working at a rival UK channel for the following two years.

British media is reporting a clause in Jeremy Clarkson's contract with the BBC forbids him for working at a rival UK channel for the following two years.

Last month we heard a rumor about the trio getting back together for a new show set to be announced "within weeks", but now it seems we won't be seeing them on ITV. According to Daily Mail, a clause in Clarkson's contract with the BBC stipulates he can't go to a local competitor until 2017. A source close to the matter cited by the British tabloid says Clarkson could still do a show on ITV as long as it's not car-related.

With ITV out of the equation, the three entertainers will likely sign with either Netflix or Amazon. In the meantime, BBC is gearing up for an overhauled Top Gear with Chris Evans as the main star and he will be joined by new co-hosts which will be selected following a series of auditions

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