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Jeremy Clarkson Address Fans Regarding Clarkson’s Farm Season 2

Clarkson’s Farm has been in the headlines recently after a source told The Sun that Season 2 of the show was greenlit for production. Soon after this, presenter Jeremy Clarkson responded to this rumour, admitting that it was untrue and that while he was fighting for a second season, it was yet to be confirmed. 

However, we’ve been sent videos of filming actually happening at Clarkson’s Farm recently, as he and Kaleb Cooper work on crops, drive their tractors, and talk with fans who have travelled to Diddly Squat Farm Shop. You can watch it below:

Initially, the source said the following: 

 “Jeremy is Amazon’s golden boy and a new series is already in the pipeline.

“It’s rated five stars on Amazon and has a 9.3 rating on IMDB, which is practically unheard of.

“It means Jeremy’s fellow farmers Kaleb, ‘Cheerful’ Charlie and Gerald will all be in front of cameras on the farm again.”

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However, Clarkson’s response was immediate and clear:

“Not sure where this ‘second series’ stuff is coming from,” he posted to Twitter. “Nothing is confirmed.”

Now, he’s posted to Twitter once again to dismiss the apparent rumours of Season 2. 

“Dear everyone. There has been some speculation that a second series of our farming programme has been commissioned. It hasn’t but we are hopeful.”

This is all very confusing, especially after DriveTribe, a company owned partly by Jeremy Clarkson himself, posted the following image to its Instagram:

Nothing seems to add up here, but we will of course bring you the latest news when it comes. In the meantime, how about catchup with this:

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Alex Harrington

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  1. I love the show and hope for season 2. My maternal grandparents came from farms. I used to visit the farms but I knew nothing about it except that “it was very hard work”. I loved how my grandparents had skills and could make do. I appreciate getting a better glimpse into it. I think we should all know about what it takes to feed people. We are so indebted to and dependent on farmers, we should have a closer relationship or knowledge about it.

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