• Air date: 19 Apr '18 16 episodes
      Starting as a YouTube series in 2006 and making it's way to television in 2015 on CNBC, former host of "The Tonight Show" Jay Leno does car and motorcycle reviews on classic cars, super cars like the McLaren P1, restored cars, vintage and sports cars. Jay Leno's Big Dog Garage is located in Burbank, California, near Bob Hope Airport. In 2011 the show won a Primetime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Special Class — Short-Format Nonfiction Program". It is distributed by NBC Entertainment's digital division.
  • List of Episodes (16)
    • 1. Movie Cars

      19 Apr '18
      BABY DRIVER star Jamie Foxx reveals his driving skills; stunt driver Ben Collins re-creates the chase scene from THE SPY WHO LOVED ME; the original BULLITT Mustang; musician James Taylor reunites with the car from TWO LANE BLACKTOP.
    • 2. Over The Top

      26 Apr '18
      Jay enlists Terry Crews as guest announcer; sees Guy Fieri's muscle cars and grocery getter; meets a man and cat with a modified Jaguar and Learjet trailer; pilots a MegaBot; and drives an inverted Camaro, two-way Civic and Nudie's wagon.
    • 3. The Motor City

      03 May '18
      Jay explores the past, present and future of Detroit; he takes actor Tim Allen down memory lane; he tests the newest Corvette; R&B singer Martha Reeves schools Jay on the history of Motown; and he takes a ride in a "mutant vehicle."
    • 4. Down and Dirty

      10 May '18
      Jay learns desert orienteering with skateboarder Bucky Lasek; puts a blue-collar twist on a luxury car race with Jeff Foxworthy; goes on a training exercise with Montrose Search and Rescue; and tries a prototype electric off-road vehicle.
    • 5. Rebels

      17 May '18
      TV's Craig Ferguson teaches Jay how to be a rebel in a British mail delivery car; Jay talks about bootlegging with NASCAR team owner Ray Evernham; and he checks out a radical hot rod Rolls Royce and a Dodge Hellcat trapped in a Prius body.
    • 6. Cars of the Sports Stars

      24 May '18
      Jay goes head-to-head on the drag strip against former NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw; takes comic Billy Crystal for a drive in Muhammad Ali's old Alfa Romeo; and surprises golfer Bubba Watson with the KITT car from "Knight Rider."
    • 7. One of a Kind

      07 Jun '18
      Jay takes a trip with comic Chris Hardwick in the DeLorean from "Back to the Future"; he drives one of the most dangerous cars ever made with Jalopnik writer Jason Torchinsky; and is treated to a ride in comic Jeff Dunham's "Hard Hat" car.
    • 8. Episode 8

      26 Jun '18
      Jay explores tiny cars and big machines; crushes things in a tank with Arnold Schwarzenegger; drives a dwarf replica car with Brad Garrett; tours Lane Motor Museum's wackiest micro cars; and looks at a Hennessey truck named for a dinosaur.
    • 9. Rolling Sculpture

      02 Aug '18
      Jay explores cars that are rolling works of art. He and TV host Trevor Noah take a ride in an outrageous Lamborghini Aventador; he meets Chris Runge, a designer who crafts works of moving art; and he talks to custom car designer Rick Dore.
    • 10. Hard Work Pays Off

      09 Aug '18
      In this episode, Jay meets up with some of the hardest working car people he knows and sees the fruits of their labor. First up is actor, writer, director, and now studio head Tyler Perry-a fan of both luxury cars and airplanes! Then, music legend Richard Carpenter gives Jay a tour of his impressive classic car collection, which he's been working on for over 50 years. Jay learns how Roger Penske, race team owner and businessman, became one of the driving forces behind the rebirth of Detroit and
    • 11. Prodigies

      16 Aug '18
      Jay meets young car enthusiasts: a stunt driver who goes head to head with her father; pre-teen kart racers; a youngster who built an electric car; a teenager who restored a vintage tractor; and a female pro racer headed to Harvard.
    • 12. Origins

      23 Aug '18
      In this episode, Jay Leno explores how a love of cars begins. Mitt Romney's passion started with his dad, who was president of American Motors, while Weird Al Yankovic has only ever loved one vehicle-his first family car! And he even wrote a song about it! Jay inherited Johnny Carson's ride and reminisces about his Tonight Show predecessor and fellow-car lover on a cruise around Johnny Carson Park. Then Jay talks with the Tesla chief designer about the company's origin and takes a very fast ride
    • 13. Second Chances

      30 Aug '18
      Cars can have many different lives-they can start off as one thing and transform into something completely different. The same goes for the people who drive them. Chris "Captain America" Evans shows off his 1967 Camaro resto-mod-a car so powerful, it takes many tries to learn how to drive it! Jay meets up with famed builder Bodie Stroud, a man who made the most of his second chance by giving cars their second chance. Adam Carolla has been on Jay Leno's Garage a few times-and every time his car
    • 14. Limited Funds Unlimited Fun!

      06 Sep '18
      Jay learns how to have fun on a budget with comic Billy Gardell in his vintage 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible; with the creators of the Gambler 500 rally; and with Donut Media's James Pumphrey, who shares his enthusiasm for the MR2.
    • 15. General Badassery

      13 Sep '18
      What makes a car badass? Actor Josh Duhamel gets to answer that question while driving Jay's 1963 split-window Corvette-his all-time dream car-and then paces a race in the new ZR1. Then, Jay speeds up the pace in the fastest car in the world, the record-breaking Koenigsegg Agera RS. It's the definition of mind-blowing! Actor/bodyguard/Ex-Hell's Angel Chuck Zito then shows Jay how to be a badass in his heavily modified 57 Chevy called "The Beast from the East." What's more badass than redesigning
    • 16. Going the Distance

      20 Sep '18
      Some vehicles are meant to be driven long-distance, whether it's for racing or vacationing. Ken Block shows off his rally-racing chops at his Utah spread and takes Jay for a ride in his outrageous Group B car. Then Jay and blogger Matt Farah decide to learn a bit more about racing at Dirt Fish rally school in Seattle and a muddy competition ensues. Jay meets a group of motorcycle riders who take an annual road trip in honor of the first female African-American motorcyclist to have crossed the