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Second series of Clarkson’s Farm confirmed

Amazon Prime has confirmed that Clarkson’s Farm will return for a second series.

The news coming following media reports last week which suggested that the series had been cancelled.

In a statement on Wednesday, July 21st, Amazon Prime Video confirmed that following the success of the UK original series in June, the new series will launch exclusively on Prime Video in over 240 countries and territories.

It confirmed that filming is underway.

Clarkson’s Farm

“Viewers can expect a deeper insight into another year at Diddly Squat Farm as Jeremy aims to diversify, expanding his limited agricultural knowledge under the watchful eye of his no-nonsense team; tractor driver Kaleb, stone wall favourite Gerald, advisor ‘Cheerful’ Charlie, Jeremy’s better-half-turned-farm-shop-keeper Lisa and many more. 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.”

Jeremy Clarkson said: “I am absolutely delighted that once again you will be able to spend time with Cheerful Charlie, Gerald, Lisa and of course, Kaleb.”

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Head of UK Orgininals, Dan Grabiner, said: “Clarkson’s Farm is Jermy’s unfiltered love letter to farming.”

“It is that authenticity, charm and humour, combined with the farm’s fantastic characters, which have made the series such a remarkable hit with the audience.”

“We are delighted to be joining the team for another year-in-the-life of Diddly Squat and wish Kaleb and farmers across the country luck as Mother Nature continues to take revenge on Jeremy.

The first series followed an “intense, backbreaking and frequently” hilarious year in the life of Britain’s “most unlikely farmer”.

According to producers, viewers saw Clarke and his rag-tag band of agricultural associates contend with the worst farming weather in decades, disobedient animals, unresponsive crops and an unexpected pandemic.

In a tweet, Clarkson, said: “I can reveal now that contrary to various silly reports, the farming show was never cancelled.”
“Amazon were just as keen as us to get cracking. And now we are doing.”

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