15 Car TV Hosts No One Wants To Work With
(5 Everyone Does)


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It’s hard to find the right person to put in front of the camera if you’re a TV car show executive, because you want to find someone who’s personable, knowledgeable, and who doesn’t have tons of baggage. A lot of the top car TV personalities have issues that haunt them in their personal lives—or even in their on-screen lives—and they can’t seem to get away from their issues.

Then there are the golden children of TV show personalities, who can seemingly do no wrong. It’s even harder to find these, because while bad TV show hosts are a dime a dozen, a watchable, liked host is like finding a needle in a haystack. There just aren’t that many out there, and most of them are already established enough to not need anyone’s help.

Finding that balance between a likable host and someone who people want to work with is hard to do. Here are 15 TV car show hosts that people don’t want to work with, and 5 that people do want to work with.

Do: Courtney Hansen

Who wouldn’t want to work with Courtney Hansen? She’s hot, she knows her stuff, and she’s capable of shooting other people’s careers upward. She’s the author of The Garage Girl’s Guide to Everything You Need to Know About Your Car, she’s been featured on TLC specials, sports programs, and has been working on a new project called The Ride That Got Away. Her career is only heading up, so everyone wants to work with her.