Jeremy Clarkson’s ‘I Bought A Farm’ Amazon Show Details Revealed
Jeremy Clarkson has only recently released a video on his new farming show, but now we can give you the full lowdown on his ‘I Bought A Farm’ (working title) program coming to Amazon Prime.
The show has been agreed to run as an eight-part series with Clarkson attempting to run his farm of 1000-acres which is situated in the heart of England.
Filming started in Autumn this year and will continue to be filmed across the farming season. It’s expected to air next year, with the production company Expectation taking lead with that, as they will now be doing with The Grand Tour, too.
Being available only on Amazon Prime Video, it can be viewed in 200 countries and territories.
We’re also expecting a solo project from Richard Hammond named Richard Hammond’s Big, and a show from James May where he explores Japan called Our Man In Japan. Andy Wilman, executive producer of The Grand Tour will also be starting in his own solo project which will apparently be unscripted, but no more is known about this at this time.
Amazon Studios’ director of European originals Georgia Brown said:
“Jeremy is one of Britain’s finest exports and I think I speak for the entire nation when I say I can’t wait to see what will happen when he turns his usually petrol-covered hands to life on a working farm.
“We’re excited to bring this latest UK produced Amazon Original series to Prime Video viewers around the world next year. Wishing you lots of luck Jeremy. What could possibly go wrong?”
We’re looking forward to seeing how Jeremy’s farming exploits turn out, and will keep you updated as we know more.
He has literally stated the working title is NOT “I bought A farm”. Has actually had a moan about it.
It’s rumoured to be “I bought THE farm” which is a play on words for dying, although this seems to go over most people’s heads.
It’s currently listed on IMDB as “I Bought A Farm”, but it’s a working title, as stated in the article.
Need any farm hands ,Sir Jeremy? Luv to help out and I work for peanuts. Cheers, from William cousin in the states