A BBC executive has told to Mirror that James May and Richard Hammond won’t film without Jeremy Clarkson.
"They didn’t want to do it without Jeremy so the talks didn’t get off the ground. There is a feeling that it is all of them or none of them", said the BBC official. As you know, BBC had suspended Jeremy Clarkson after the fracas scandal with the Top Gear producer.
After that, they decided to shut down Top Gear and now they are trying to air the last three episodes without Clarkson. More than that, last weekend, BBC has lost 4 million viewers because Top Gear was not on air.
According to other sources, the British television will not give up because Top Gear was bringing a lot of money.Source: Mirror