Amazon renews Clarkson's farm for a second season
Rumours had been circulating online that the streamer had cancelled the show.
Amazon Prime's popular documentary series Clarkson’s Farm will return for a second season.
Star Jeremy Clarkson confirmed the news in a new announcement video accompanied by tractor driver and fan favourite Kaleb.
The first season followed the former Top Gear presenter over the course of a year as he attempted to learn how to run his Cotswolds farm Diddly Squat.
Those eight episodes saw him experience plenty of ups and downs, including opening a successful farm shop, learning how to lamb, navigating the many agricultural regulations and losing major crops, but ultimately only make a profit of £144.
A statement released by the streaming giant revealed that season 2 will give fans a “deeper insight into another year on Diddly Squat Farm as Jeremy aims to diversify, expanding his limited agricultural knowledge under the watchful eye of his no-nonsense team”.
Filming on this new batch of episodes has already commenced with Clarkson’s partner Lisa, local stonewall builder Gerald and professional agriculturist/land agent Cheerful Charlie also set to return.
You can stream the entire first season of Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon now.
Source: Radio Times