When is the next episode of Top Gear? When does season 26 finish?
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When is the next episode of Top Gear? When does season 26 finish?

The checkered flag has been waved and Top Gear has returned for another lap on the BBC.

Season 26 of the motoring series will bid goodbye to Matt LeBlanc as he takes his last bow as the lead presenter and the long-standing hit UK series enters yet another turnover period.

Here is everything you need to know about watching Top Gear season 26 episode 3.

Top Gear series 26 – Picture Shows: Chris Harris, Matt LeBlanc, Rory Reid – (C) BBC – Photographer: Alexander Rhind/Adrian Myers

Is Top Gear on Tonight?


Top Gear season 26 launched on Sunday, February 17th.

Episode 3 will air on Sunday, March 3rd, on BBC Two at 8 pm.

The new series has just five episodes, meaning it will finish on Sunday, March 17th.

Top Gear Season 26, Episode 3 – Online

The best way to watch Top Gear season 26 online is via the BBC iPlayer.

Simply head over to the official BBC media player, iPlayer, where each episode will be uploaded shortly after it finishes airing.

The series should also be available to watch via pay as you go options on iTunes and Amazon Video.

Those from outside of the UK can access the BBC iPlayer using a VPN tool – guidelines at the bottom of this article.

Top Gear series 26 – Photographer: Gus Gregory

Top Gear Season 27: Presenters

Former England international cricketer Freddie Flintoff and TV presenter Paddy McGuinness have been confirmed to take over the reins in 2020.

According to The Sun, the duo have signed a two-year deal with the BBC, earning around £500,000 each.

Season 27, with Freddie and Paddy, should air towards the end of 2019.

Watch UK TV from the USA and Worldwide

Whether you’re on holiday in sunny Florida, living abroad as a digital nomad in New York or simply hail from glorious Atlanta, you can still catch up with the UK’s best television shows.

Media players such as ALL4, ITV Hub and the BBC iPlayer can be accessed so long as your VPN address appears to be in the UK.

You can purchase a VPN tool for a few dollars month, which will redirect your VPN to the UK. Basically, you make it look like your laptop is in the United Kingdom when you’re actually on a beach along the East Coast.

1. Pick a VPN Tool

There are a wealth of VPN tools out there but we recommend the likes of Express VPN, VPN Hub, Panda, Cyber Ghost, Nord VPN, Pure VPN, Vypr VPN and unlocator.com.

All of them will cost a little bit of dollar although some of the tools offer a free 30-day trial.

2. Download and Install

Simply sign up to your chosen VPN tool – usually via one, three, six or 12-month deals – and download the tool.

3. Follow the Instructions

Each VPN tool comes with different guidelines.

However, they’re all relatively easy to follow but may vary depending on whether you have a MacBook or Windows software.

The key is remembering to select ‘UK’ when prompted to select where you would like your new VPN to be registered.

3. Access the BBC iPlayer and Any Other Website

With the VPN correctly setup you should now be able to access the BBC iPlayer.

All of the Top Gear season 26 episodes will be uploaded to the BBC iPlayer shortly after they finish broadcasting in the UK.

You can now also access UK sites such as channel4.com and itv.com.




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