The Gymkhana Files Review 2018 TV-Show Series Cast Crew Online
Review: Amazon has announced a release date for The Gymkhana Files, the documentary series that follows rally driver Ken Block and his team of Hoonigans as they work on the tenth installment of their wildly popular Gymkhana series. The eight-episode show will debut November 16th on Prime Video, with Amazon releasing two episodes per week thereafter. And the final episode, airing December 7th, will feature Gymkhana 10 as an early access exclusive.
We now have a release date for the much-awaited Amazon series “The Gymkhana Files,” offering a behind-the-scenes look at Ken Block’s Hoonigan team and the making of “GymkhanaTEN.” It premiers Friday, Nov. 16, on Amazon Prime Video.
The eight-episode series, which is produced by Hoonigan Media Machine, will feature untold stories and never-used footage from the previous nine Gymkhana videos and the making of “GymkhanaTEN,” mixed with the trials and tribulations of Block’s experiences racing in the World Rallycross Championship. Two new episodes will premier each Friday, running through the finale on Dec. 7.
True to the spirit of the series, “GymkhanaTEN” — and there’s still no word on that release date — promises to be the biggest entry in the viral-video franchise, which has racked up more than half a billion views and counting. Block and company travel to five different locations across two continents, with stops in Detroit — those of us who are locals might pick out a flash of the Michigan Central Station, one of Ford’s newest pieces of real estate, in the trailer — Pikes Peak and Los Angeles, where Block drifts along the edge of the water of the concrete-banked Los Angeles River.
It will feature action in five different race cars — one of which it promises is “a completely unique, custom build never seen before.” Looks like it’ll be a plenty wild ride.Amazon also released a trailer for the series, in which you can see some of the challenges the team is faced with, including having to up the ante with each additional installment. This round features five shooting locations and five cars. “If it doesn’t break the internet, then we’ve failed,” Block says in the video. The Gymkhana Files joins Amazon’s other car-focused show The Grand Tour, which the company is turning into a racing game.
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