After Chris Evans announced his departure from Top Gear yesterday, the U.K.'s Evening Standard now that the BBC will not hire anybody to replace him.
A spokeswoman for BBC said, "we have no immediate plans to replace Chris Evans and do not expect to do so going forward." She added that "Series 24 starts filming in September."
Evans announced his leave on Twitter on Monday afternoon, and says that he will now focus on his BBC radio show.
There are now five remaining presenters on Top Gear: Sabine Schmitz, Matt LeBlanc, Eddie Jordan, and fan favorites Rory Reid and Chris Harris. Many fans were of the opinion that Evans wasn't fit for the role, and issues with fellow presenters (and public opinion) may have forced him to step down.
We can only hope that Top Gear will improve in the coming season, now that the hosts and producers can focus on making an awesome TV show about cars again.