Amazon Prime might be touting a new high-profile constraint of former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond for a new motoring uncover as a profitable merger given their assembly pulling power. But a deal, estimated to be value $250 million, that even CEO Jeff Bezos admitted was “very, very, really expensive,” has now been snubbed by a other favorite in a competition to secure a trio’s signatures.
“We have past episodes of Top Gear, so we have a flattering good pointer of what audiences like,” Netflix arch product officer Neil Hunt told online repository Digital Spy. “Our shopping decisions tend to be rather data-driven. We have a lot of information to get a deals we want. Clearly it wasn’t value a income to make a deal.”
In a after construction to his comments, Hunt added: “There is an assembly for all and it is not adult to us to decider if Amazon has paid too most or not.”
Netflix had primarily been a frontrunner to pointer Clarkson after he was dismissed from Top Gear earlier in a year for punching a producer. The as-yet-unnnamed motoring uncover on Amazon Prime is due for recover in tumble 2016.