As the second series of Clarkson’s Farm gets set to launch today (Friday, February 10th, 2023), producers have confirmed that “production on the third series has started”.
Fans have been awaiting news – amidst some unverified cancellation rumours which surfaced – on the latest instalment.
The first series of Clarkson’s Farm won over both critics and audiences to become the “smash hit” of the summer, achieving a 9.0 rating on IMDB and being awarded 5* by Prime Video viewers.
Audiences, a spokesperson for Prime Video has promised, can also look forward to “plenty more action” from the farm series, which will be available exclusively in over 240 countries and territories.
The second series shows another year in the life of Diddly Squat Farm with what producers have described as “Britain’s best-known but least qualified farmer”, Jeremy Clarkson, who returns with his “rag-tag band” of agricultural associates.
In summary, the awaited second series will see:
- New animals;
- New crops;
- Jeremy’s dealings with the local council as he attempts to diversify his operation with a restaurant;
- A deeper insight into another year on Diddly Squat Farm as Jeremy aims to expand his limited agricultural knowledge;
- More laughs, triumphs and tribulations;
- More farming faux pas, as we follow Jeremy & co on their agricultural adventure.
Clarkson’s Farm is produced by Expectation and Con Dao Productions for Amazon Studios, the executive producers are Peter Fincham and Andy Wilman, and the Series Director is Will Yapp.
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To coincide with the launch of the new series, Diddly Squat Farm Shop has announced a special offer for fans.
A post on social media reads as follows: “To celebrate the reopening of Diddly Squat Farm Shop and the launch of Clarkson’s Farm Season 2, enjoy 10% off all purchases on our website and Tiktok.”
In a video with the above caption on Instagram, Clarkson said: “Diddly Squat Farm Sop is like a hedgehog.”
“It is small, it is cute, and it hibernates in the winter, but now the snowdrops have begun to emerge, and it is coming back to life,” he concluded.
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