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Jeremy updates Clarkson’s Farm fans on third series

The star of Clarkson’s Farm has said that the highly anticipated third episode is “a while off yet”.

In response to a fan account’s post regarding the third season on Instagram, on June 12th, 2023, Jeremy Clarkson explained that “we actually will not finish filming until October”.

“There is something we are trying, which will not be resolved until then,” he wrote.

Meanwhile, in October 2022, a spokesperson confirmed that the third series is in production with an August 2024 release date.

With filming taking place over the course of an entire farming year, viewers will, according to producers, be able to look forward to “more in-depth, authentic, and unexpected trials and tribulations” as Jeremy, Lisa, Kaleb, Gerald, and Charlie tackle the ever-unpredictable world of British farming.

The smash-hit first series saw Britain’s most unlikely farmer, Jeremy Clarkson, contend with the worst farming weather in decades, misbehaving animals, unresponsive crops, and an unexpected pandemic.

The eagerly awaited second series, which launched this year, saw the introduction of new animals and crops to the farm; Jeremy’s dealings with the local council as he attempts to diversify his operation with a restaurant; and Kaleb yet again saving the day on numerous occasions.

The series also examines the impact of the current economy on British farmers.

Third series – What to expect

The third series of Clarkson’s Farm will again follow Jeremy, Lisa, Kaleb, Gerald, and Cheerful Charlie on their latest farming ventures.

The currently unfarmed 513-acres of Diddly Squat’s 1,000-acres provides untapped opportunities for Jeremy and co. to turn a profit, with vast stretches of thick woodland perfect for foraging, and untouched lakes bursting with possibilities.

Viewers can expect to see more agricultural antics and typical Clarkson-crafted schemes as the team invent new and creative ways to use the other half of the farm.

As well as the returning cast, a few new characters will be welcomed to Diddly Squat, too, all helping Jeremy to continue pursuing his farming dream.

Clarkson’s Farm is produced by Expectation and is executive produced by Peter Fincham and Andy Wilman. Zoe Brewer is the director of production, and Peter Richardson is the series producer.

Previous article on That’s Farming on Clarkson’s new farming book and VIDEO: 10 minutes of Jeremy’s biggest mishaps on Clarkson’s Farm

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