With the release date of the second season of Clarkson’s Farm officially confirmed, here are That’s Farming’s ways you can tell you are a fan of the show…
- You have been checking Amazon Prime Video daily for the second series’ release date since filming began;
- You have watched the first series over and over again;
- You have picked up copies of Jeremy’s and Kaleb’s new books;
- The heated arguments between Kaleb and Jeremy have you in stitches;
- You have purchased something from the Diddy Squat online farm shop/store;
- A visit to his Diddy Squat restaurant is on your bucket list;
- You think that Clarkson is the farming industry’s greatest agricultural ambassador;
- You envy his luxurious farm office;
- You like the show’s sense of Irishness in the form of Clarkson’s girlfriend, Dubliner, Lisa Hogan;
- You will never forget the scene where Jeremy reacted dramatically to a shock from the electric fence;
- And as for Kaleb’s inaugural drive to the capital with wasabi;
- The wilding scene when Lisa questioned why Clarkson had to “do a new mess” when operating a digger;
- You have been glued to the Clarkson VS council planning war;
- Watching him herd sheep (or trying) created scenes you will never forget – let’s not forget to attempt to use a drone instead of investing in a sheepdog or getting kicked from a sheep on his first attempt at shearing;
- His inaugural trip to buy sheep and his head-bopping bids;
- The chaos that his giant Lamborghini Trattori R8 270 DCR causes him at time.
The second series will return to our screen on Friday, February 10th, 2023, for a third series, Amazon Prime Video UK has confirmed.
The announcement comes following months of speculated release dates on the back of Prime Video’s statement, which confirmed that it would produce a second series of an “intense, arduous and frequently hilarious” year in the life of “Britain’s most unlikely farmer”.
Last summer, a spokesperson for the production revealed that series 2 promises to bring more laughs, triumphs and tribulations, and, of course, more farming faux pas, as “we follow Jeremy & co on their agricultural adventure”.
In the first series, Clarkson and his team “faced up to a backdrop of unhelpful weather, disobedient animals, unresponsive crops and an unexpected pandemic” on Diddly Squat Farm.
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