For all you BBC Top Gear fans, I have excellent news if you're trying to get your fix: Netflix is currently in talks with BBC to gain the rights to revamp it.
Netflix already turned down the opportunity to pick up former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson's newest car show, following his departure from the BBC due to a physical clash with a Top Gear producer. Instead, Amazon acquired the show that Netflix feels Amazon paid way too much for.
The new Top Gear can be seen on BBC Two starting in May. Hosts include Chris Evans, Matt LeBlanc, Formula One commentator Eddie Jordan, German race car driver Sabine Schmitz, British auto journalist Chris Harris and Rory Reid, former editor in chief of a tech website.
Can't wait to see Richard Hammond and James May rev it up in vehicle after vehicle, and hopefully we'll see more hilarious faces like the one above.