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MOTORTREND GROUP AND BBC STUDIOS TAP DAX SHEPARD, ROB CORDDRY AND JETHRO BOVINGDON TO HOST THE ALL-NEW "TOP GEAR AMERICA"
--The All-New TOP GEAR AMERICA Comes Exclusively to MotorTrend's Subscription Streaming Service, the MotorTrend App, in Spring 2020--
(Los Angeles) - MotorTrend Group, a Discovery company, and the Los Angeles production office of global content leader BBC Studios, proudly announced today that Dax Shepard, Rob Corddry and Jethro Bovingdon have signed on to host the all-new U.S. format of TOP GEAR, TOP GEAR AMERICA. Premiering in the spring of 2020 exclusively on the MotorTrend App, the only subscription streaming service dedicated entirely to the motoring world, the new TOP GEAR AMERICA will deliver a fresh, uniquely American take on the classic TOP GEAR format, and follow the motorized mischief and supercharged adventures of Dax Shepard, Rob Corddry and Jethro Bovingdon across America.
"What an extraordinary trio to add to the storied history of the TOP GEAR franchise," said Alex Wellen, global president and general manager of MotorTrend Group. "Individually Dax, Rob and Jethro bring unique experiences, perspectives and genuine passion for the automotive world. Together they create all the essential and joyful ingredients that we've come to love about TOP GEAR - comradery, competitiveness and sheer curiosity. We can't wait to share their exhilarating adventures as they traverse American car culture with each new episode of TOP GEAR AMERICA."
"We're thrilled that the U.S. fans of our global franchise will be able to continue to relish in all that is TOP GEAR---excitement, fun and passion. The clear chemistry between Dax, Rob and Jethro, in combination with the challenges and car stunts - ranging from the ordinary to the extraordinary - are certain to make TOP GEAR AMERICA a new fan favorite," added Matt Forde, Managing Director, International Production & Fomats, BBC Studios.
Dax Shepard is a lifelong gearhead who grew up in Detroit and was raised by a single mother working in the automotive industry. As the owner of a 1967 Lincoln Continental, a 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon, a Mercedes AMG E63 and several on-road and off-road motorcycles, Shepard's deep passion for the car world is not only reflected in his hobbies but also in his art. He is the writer, director and star of "CHIPS," about two motorcycle highway patrolmen, and "Hit and Run," about a getaway driver who goes on the lam in order to save his girlfriend. In addition to his film credits, Shepard played Crosby Braverman on seven seasons of "Parenthood" and is currently starring in three television series: Netflix's "The Ranch" opposite Ashton Kutcher and Sam Elliott; the ABC sitcom "Bless This Mess" with Lake Bell; and as the host of the FOX game show "Spin the Wheel." Last year, Shepard launched "Armchair Expert," a podcast in which he talks with some of the most iconic, creative personalities around the world. "Armchair Expert" was the most downloaded new podcast of 2018.
Four-time Emmy award-winning actor, producer and comedian, and Peabody Award-winning fake journalist, Rob Corddry has been a car enthusiast since his teens when he learned how to drive in a blue 1980s Chevy Celebrity wagon. His love for cars grew after driving to the beach every night in his buddy Jeff's 1965 Mustang held together with bondo. He bought his first car, a white 1975 Ford Pinto wagon with woody walls and rusted out floorboards, for five dollars from a family friend. Having driven some of the coolest rides for five seasons on the hit HBO series "Ballers", Corddry loves driving his 2018 Porsche 911 S, a 1978 Datsun 280z and is "merely fine" driving his boring Lexus RX 350. Corddry is best known for his work on Adult Swim's satirical comedy series "Childrens Hospital", which he created, executive produced and starred in. He recently wrapped production on Netflix's "Medical Police", a "Childrens Hospital" spin-off series premiering January 2020, and can currently be seen in the CBS comedy, "The Unicorn". Corddry was a correspondent on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" from 2002 to 2006 and starred in other TV series including "Speechless", "Happy Endings", "Arrested Development", "Community", "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and more. Additionally, he has starred in several feature films including "Dog Days", "Hot Tub Time Machine", "Office Christmas Party", "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World" and many more.
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