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Matt LeBlanc to Host 'Top Gear' Alone

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top gear matt leblanc tv show Top Gear: Matt LeBlanc Set As Solo Host After Chris Evans Departure It’s been a tough few weeks for Top Gear. Ever since the show’s relaunch, with BBC radio personality Chris Evans and former Friends actor Matt LeBlanc as hosts, Top Gear has found its viewership in steady decline, reaching an all time low with the season 23 finale in the U.K., when it averaged just 3.9 million viewers.

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