Jeremy Clarkson Teases Second Season Of Clarkson’s Farm – Plus All We Know About What’s Coming
Jeremy Clarkson has posted to Instagram today, teasing us with a taster of the Second Series of Clarkson’s Farm. So to get us ready for the return of one of the greatest shows on Amazon Prime Video, we thought we’d go through everything we know about the second series, which is pegged to be released later this year.
When Will Clarkson’s Farm Be Released To Amazon Prime Video?
Season 2 was officially confirmed by Jeremy Clarkson and his farm manager sidekick Caleb Cooper in a hilarious video that you can watch above. There is, right now, no official release date, but as farming has a yearly calendar, it’s highly likely that the second series will air at a similar time to the first. So, we’re looking at June time later this year.
Clarkson’s Farm was reviewed extremely highly, with it being one of the most highly praised shows ever to be published. According to Digital Spy, 98% of reviewers of the show awarded it 5 stars, so it’s no surprise that it’s been greenlit for a second series. Although, it was touch and go for a minute as fans of the show wondered if a second series was on the cards, especially after the following tweet from Clarkson.
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.
— Jeremy Clarkson (@JeremyClarkson) July 1, 2021
Who Will Be Returning?
There’s no doubt that Jeremy Clarkson will be returning with Kaleb Cooper as they battle against yet another year of uncertainty.
Kaleb talked to This Morning about his relationship with The Grand Tour presenter:
“I’m the boss really,” he said.
“Don’t get me wrong – he is my boss, he’s a boss and a friend. He doesn’t listen to me but the good thing is he has an interest in farming which makes it a lot easier. That’s why I shout at him and I get genuinely angry when he makes a mistake.”
We’ll also be seeing Jeremy’s partner Lisa Hogan after fans quickly warmed to her during the first series. On top of this, judging by Jeremy’s notes on how ‘Cheerful’ Charlie the Land agent wasn’t a fan of his idea to create his new Hawkstone Lager, it’s likely we’ll be seeing him, too.
So What Happened This Year?
It’s safe to say a lot happened this year. From Jeremy’s battle with the council over plans to expand the farm with a 60-seat restaurant and car park to growing Barley to create his new and very popular Hawkstone Lager, Jeremy and his team have seen it all.
They’ve expanded the store massively in regards to the products it sells – including Jeremy’s own gin – and have now been forced to close the store as it undergoes changes to abide by council-set regulations.
But for another year, the farm’s main issue has been fighting its way through the fog of Brexit and the pandemic. Fortunately, it hasn’t been all bad news for the team, as they’ve recently celebrated a new arrival on the farm in the shape of their first calf.
While Jeremy still owns the sheep, they’ve been moved to a different field to make way for cows. One of which is called Pepper, according to Jeremy’s Instagram:
Jeremy has also acquired two gorgeous dogs, who he’s named Arya and Sansa:
Is There A Trailer For Season 2?
Unfortunately, not yet! But as soon as we get a hint of one, we’ll let you know!