Kaleb Cooper is was the unexpected star of the Clarkson’s Farm series alongside Jeremy Clarkson, which debuted on Amazon Prime Video last year. Following fan demand for a second season, the 61-year-old announced in July that Amazon had confirmed a second series. Now, Kaleb has posted a photo to his social media of him alongside a film crew.
He wrote the following to his almost 1-million followers “Filming is well underway. Enjoying every minute of it as well!”
Fans quickly responded to the photo with extreme enthusiasm:
“We’re counting down the minutes til we can see it,” Amazon Prime Video itself commented.
Another added: “Can’t wait for it. Best thing on the telly.”
Jeremy hasn’t given us much to work with, although he has confirmed via a video that the series now has two more cast members, a couple of dogs called Sansa and Arya.
“Dogs,” Clarkson tells the camera. “This one is Sansa and this one is Arya.”
Kaleb Cooper also commented on the video: “They’re so cute – perfect addition to the farm.”
Jeremy later commented on the effect Clarkson’s Farm his neighbours while filming:
“I’m absolutely convinced they all wanted to roll their eyes and thought, ‘Oh here he comes up from London’.
“There’s bound to be [concerns] but what difference does it make whether I’m doing it or somebody else? I am trying my hardest.”
Kaleb rushed to Jeremy’s defence, saying: “When he first started there was a lot of talk with the farmers, I’m very good friends with them all.
“They were like, ‘Oh God, here we go’ the one thing they have always said is Jeremy has always had an interest in farming, ever since [he] first bought the farm.
“He’s not the type of person who buys a bit of land, you take a contract on and you go and do it and you never see him.
“Jeremy is out there walking the farming going, ‘How are you doing this week? How is the wheat? How is the barley?'”
Jeremy continued, stating that his neighbours are getting used to the idea: “I think we’re alright now I get on with them all.”
With a second season on its way, fans can’t wait to catch up with what’s been going on at the farm, and while a date is yet to be confirmed, it will be sometime in 2022.