The company has an early Christmas present for fans of Clarkson and Co.
Amazon's video streaming service has gone global - it's now available in over 200 countries including Ireland.
This gives Irish users access to binge on a backlog of Amazon originals, including 'Transparent,' 'Mozart in the Jungle,' and 'The Man in the High Castle.'
The launch also means that Jerry Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond's 'The Grand Tour' is live here for the first time.
Rather than a drop-all release, new episodes are released every Friday (with the fourth due this week). The first series will have 12 parts.
It was revealed last week that the motoring show is one of the most pirated TV shows of all time - but now you can catch-up legally.
You can get a 7 day free trial of the service. After the first month it costs €2.99 per month for half a year, before it goes up to €5.99 (making it comfortably cheaper than Netflix).
Transparent has Amazon's break-out hit series and is now available in Ireland
The company says it will "continue to add a full line-up of fresh new original programming from some of the world’s greatest storytellers and entertainers to Prime Video globally in early 2017."
Woody Allen’s first TV series 'Crisis in Six Scenes' is exclusively available on Amazon Prime. It is a comedy which takes place in the 1960's - when a middle class suburban family is visited by a guest who "turns their household completely upside down."