Jeremy Clarkson is making its debut on Amazon with a new ad for the Fire TV media stick.

Jeremy Clarkson is making his debut on Amazon with a new ad for the Fire TV media stick.

BBC decided to fire Clarkson following the huge “fracas scandal” involving Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon and now we find out from Jezza himself that after becoming “unbusy” he didn’t get bored as he spent his time watching his favorite shows through Amazon’s Fire TV media stick. In this new ad, Clarkson doesn’t miss the occasion to poke fun at the BBC and their iPlayer while at the same time promoting the new show on Amazon Prime set to debut next fall.

Despite rumors indicating it will be called “Gear Knobs”, Jeremy Clarkson recently announced the show will get another name and according to the latest information the $250 million deal involves 36 episodes aired over three seasons with May and Hammond completing the winning formula along with Andy Wilman acting as director, just like on the old Top Gear UK format.

Filming for the new show has already commenced at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve (commonly referred to as Portimao Circuit) in Portugal where the boys pitted the LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder and the McLaren P1 to finally find out which one is the best.

Gallery: Jeremy Clarkson pokes fun at the BBC in new Amazon Fire TV ad [video]