Clarkson's Farm

Jeremy Clarkson Slams Twitter Troll As Clarkson’s Farm Season 3 Is Confirmed

Jeremy Clarkson has been enjoying the success of the second season of Clarkson’s Farm as fans rave about the Prime Video show yet again. But thanks to recent controversy surround the presenter, trolls are still crawling out the woodwork to put the presenter down. Fortunately, on a recent Twitter post, Jeremy slammed a troll as he confirms Season 3 is in the works.

Clarkson’s Farm can now be viewed on Prime Video as it takes viewers on a journey to the heart of the British countryside. Hosted by the legendary Jeremy Clarkson, the show follows the lives of breakout stars Kaleb Cooper and Gerald Cooper, alongside straight-talking pessimist Charlie Ireland and Jeremy’s hilarious and down-to-Earth partner Lisa.

The second series has unsurprisingly become a hit with viewers, with a strong journalistic look on the world of farming in the modern world alongside the humour of Clarkson that fans love. With this blend of humour, drama, and heart-warming moments from diddly Squat, Clarkson’s Farm is a must-watch.

But this Twitter user wasn’t a fan:

“Make the most of what will be your last series,” the post read. But Clarkson was quick to retaliate, causing a frenzy of laughter from his fans.

“‘Fraid not sunshine,” the presenter responded, with the post quickly culminating over 1,000 likes.

“Bring on the next season, this one was excellent!” a user replied.

Another added: “F*uck yeah!!!! Watching it now! Love the show, can’t wait for the new season.”

Let us know what you’d love to see in the next season of the show in the comments below, and we’ll continue to update you on everything we know so far.

Alex Harrington

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