While that might seem like a ridiculous turnaround, it might not be too long until the ball's rolling for series three.Work on series two started around this time last year, and continued until mid-December, just days after the second episode aired on Amazon Prime. Season two wrapped."If we take season two as a good representation, it's fair to say it won't be too long until Jeremy, James and Richard get on with planning the next series.He tweeted: "It was the biggest crash I've ever seen and the most frightening but incredibly, and thankfully, Richard seems to be mostly OK."Fortunately, everyone has since made a full recovery.Over the last month the former Girls Aloud singer baffled viewers with her scatty behaviour – from booze-fuelled rows with Paul Danan and Jemma Lucy to getting steamy on screen with hunky housemate Chad Johnson one minute and shouting at him the next.He says: ‘Maybe she’s upset about Girls Aloud splitting up, not being the voice of the group, not being on The X Factor like Cheryl, and thinks it’s embarrassing that they’re all happy with money and children.
The pair struck up a friendship after meeting at Juice Master Jason Vale’s health retreat in 2014 and Jethro was in the process of helping Sarah relaunch her failed solo career with a new track called Tables Turned.Jethro praised Sarah and said: ‘She’s brilliant, a great night out’ but added that while Sarah is entertaining to be around: ‘She picks fights and is a bit unstable at times and you have to deal with a lot of shit.It’s kind of self-destruction – when things go well, she presses a button to ruin it all.As the first season contained 13 episodes and the second series had 11, it seems pretty likely that season 3 will feature 12 episodes.When it is finally released – as well as the first and second seasons – you can watch it all online via Amazon Prime.He says: ‘I think when she gets down and depressed she drinks and does silly things.I’ve witnessed it myself.’ And while he refuses to reveal what makes Sarah drink, he says cryptically: ‘I think it’s pretty obvious.’The last few years have been tough for Sarah – not only was she forced to pull out of the The Jump, the previous year her character was axed from Coronation Street.is driving off into the sunset once more, with Friday, February 16 marking the final episode of series two.While the end might be just round the corner, it's no time to wallow or whine – it just means we've got to start looking ahead to the next series of the driving show from Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.It means on average they have around £4.5m to spend per episode. It's going to look largely the same, but we've moved it on a bit in a way that I can't really tell you about yet because you're the enemy and it's secret!This makes it Amazon's biggest investment in original content to date, and easily one of the most expensive UK shows ever made. "We're guessing the same rules will apply to series 3, so expectations are high.