The Top Gear departure of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May left an explosion sized hole in the TV viewing of people around the world. But the trio are back for 2016 and you'll be able to watch their new creation on anything you can get Instant Video on.

The ex-BBC presenters have signed up exclusively with the online giant to produce a new show for 2016. Rumors had been flying around that it was rival provider, Netflix, that was in pole position to secure the highly sought after signatures of the threesome. So it's somewhat surprising to hear this morning that Amazon emerged victorious.

The new show won't air until some time in 2016 and Amazon is making a big deal out of it, even offering an email sign up for more information as it emerges. We do know it'll be a car show at least, as Clarkson tweeted this morning:

".@AmazonVideoUK now saying I can't be their chief drone pilot. Apparently they want us to make a car show."

To get the app on your Android phone or tablet that isn't brandishing a big Amazon logo on the back, you need to head to the Amazon App Store here.

Can. Not. Wait.