Matt LeBlanc: I'm not sure what's happening with 'Top Gear'

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At a promotional event for his new sitcom Man with a Plan, Matt was asked whether he'd return to Top Gear.

Last month, "Top Gear" co-host Chris Evans announced he was exiting the show after just one season.

When asked if he would like to get back behind the wheel on Top Gear, he replied: "I don't know". There's nothing officially happening yet.

Evans' resignation followed falling ratings, with overnight audiences dropping from 4.4 million to 1.9 million viewers during the course of the 23rd series. "It's awesome, really. Ten years in a building with no windows, with the door locked, we got to know each other pretty well", LeBlanc said (via Us Weekly). Gave it my best shot but sometimes that's not enough.

Nope. LeBlanc hasn't heard a thing from BBC bosses about whether he has a part to play in future series of the show. I love all five of them.

The BBC has said it has no plans to replace Chris when Top Gear returned for a 24th season.

He added: "That show has a pretty broad demographic".

"Everybody can relate to an automobile", he added.

The iconic sitcom Friends may have ended over a decade ago, but Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry will always be there for each other, even when the rain starts to pour. Matt is now shooting for his upcoming sitcom, A Man With A Plan, and reveals that his place of work is quite close to Mathew's.

Matt and 46-year-old Matthew are both now starring in new CBS sitcoms - Man with a Plan and The Odd Couple respectively - so could fans be treated to a mini Joey and Chandler reunion with the shows crossing over?



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