Stream Top Gear Series 29

Luke Riley
Stream Top Gear Series 29

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

Get Beebs for Chrome

Another must-see series to binge in 2020

The boys are back at it as Top Gear gets underway with Series 29 on BBC One. Without giving us a chance to take a breath, we are more than pleased to welcome back Chris Harris, Paddy McGuinness and Freddie Flintoff to our screens for more fast cars and out-of-this-world challenges.

New hosts, same old Top Gear

It goes without saying that the new hosts have revitalised the series with their escapades, banter and heart-felt moments. If the revitalisation wasn’t obvious to some, the fact that the show is now aired on the prestigious Sunday evening slot on BBC One is evidence enough for us. Just like it had been in the past, the team behind Top Gear have cemented themselves as essential viewing on Sunday evenings for British households. The Clarkson, Hammond, and May era now seems long ago as the new hosts Paddy, Freddy and Harris have proven to be great hosts with an undeniable chemistry.

Cashing in on a bigger budget

From the sneak-peaks we’ve seen from the trailer and Youtube clips, it looks like the imaginative stunts the series is known for are back bigger than ever in Series 29. One such stunt is referred to as the 'Wall of Death', which apparently caused genuine fear and an adrenaline rush for the threesome. This gravity-defying vertical drive was undertaken on a purpose-built cylinder which meant the boys were feeling up to four times the effects of normal gravity. It really is something which has to be seen to be believed. And what would Top Gear be without crashes involving expensive sports cars? We are aware of a very big crash involving Paddy and a Lamborghini Diablo which occurred when he was attempting to hit 200mph in the high-powered vehicle.

Even though it has been less than a year since we last saw the trio on our screens, we can’t wait to see what this series has install for us. The weather is getting progressively worse so what better way to spend your time than watching friends joke about and race cars?

We’ve made it so simple that you’ll only need these three simple steps

1. Download Chrome Browser, if you're not already using it.

2. Install Beebs, this nifty tool redirects all your BBC requests.

Your web-browser, having reloaded, will now be able to stream iPlayer.

Want to watch British TV from anywhere?

Simply install the Beebs extension

Get Beebs for Chrome