Jeremy Clarkson: Clarkson’s Farm
Jeremy Clarkson’s TV documentary series, Clarkson’s Farm, looks set to return to our screens in 2023.
The English broadcaster, writer, journalist, and former Top Gear presenter turned farmer, confirmed, in recent days, that “filming [for the next series] ends in mid-July, so it should be edited and ready to go in the early new year”.
However, Prime Video has yet to confirm the season two launch date.
The first series – which contained eight episodes – covered tractoring, sheeping, shopping, wilding, pan (dem) icking, melting, fluffing, and harvesting.
In the 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.
Amazon Prime Video described the series as an “intense, arduous and frequently hilarious” year in the life of “Britain’s most unlikely farmer”.
Charm and characters
Previously, Head of UK Originals, Dan Grabiner, said: “Clarkson’s Farm is Jeremy’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.”
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”.
Previously, Clarkson, a TV personality, said:
“Following the success of the first series, there will be a second series of Clarkson’s Farm.”
“All the team are back: Jeff, Charlie, Lisa, Gerald and the foetus in the tractor, Kaleb,” he joked in a video on Amazon Prime Video UK’s YouTube channel.
Previously, he slammed reports that the series would not return.
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.”