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Clarkson’s Farm Season Two: Everything You Need To Know

The first season of Clarkson’s Farm came a bit out of left field for fans who are used to seeing the former Top Gear host reviewing the latest cars and galivanting off on road trips around the world. However, the farming show was extremely well received and the second season was announced in July 2021, with filming beginning shortly after that.

Ahead of the launch of the first season, Clarkson explained to the BBC why he decided to start work on the farm and proved just how little he knew.

“I’ve had the farm since 2008, but I haven’t really been involved with it at all,” Jeremy said before the show launched. A man in the village ran it, and then he retired, and I don’t know what it was, but I just thought, I can do that.

“I genuinely thought you put seeds in the ground, weather happens and then food grows. So I thought, That’s not difficult,‘ but it’s phenomenally difficult and the heartache is extraordinary, plus it’s phenomenally badly paid. So I thought, if I get someone to film me doing it, that will offset some of the losses.”

We saw in the first season The Grand Tour host, trying to learn the ropes and making a lot of mistakes along the way. We were introduced to some amazing characters alongside him, such as Kaleb Cooper, who was very quick to always put Clarkson in his place.

Fans are eagerly waiting for the release of season two, and here is a round up of everything we know so far and what to expect.

When is Clarkson’s Farm season 2 coming out?

The second season of Clarkson’s Farm was announced in July 2021 by Prime Video as well as Clarkson and Cooper releasing the information on their social media pages. Filming started shortly after that for a year, finishing in July 2022.

Amazon Studios’ head of UK Originals, Dan Grabiner, said at the time of the announcement:

Clarkson’s Farm is Jeremy’s unfiltered love letter to farming. It is that authenticity, charm and humour, combined with the farm’s fantastic characters, which have made the series such a remarkable hit with audiences.”

Clarkson took to his Instagram to show some new ponds at the farm and commented on the year-long filming coming to an end. One fan commented asking if there was any news on the second season, to which Clarkson responded:

“Filming ends in mid July. So it should be edited and ready to go early in the new year.”

Although a specific date has not been released yet, we are expecting to see the second season grace our screens in January or February 2023.

Who will be joining Clarkson in season 2 of Clarkson’s Farm?

It has been confirmed that Clarkson will be joined by the same big characters as season one, and fans are extremely happy about it!

Clarkson’s girlfriend Lisa Hogan, land agent ‘Cheerful Charlie’, Gerald Cooper the construction and maintenance worked, or as Clarkson calls him, his head of security and of course, contractor Kaleb Cooper, will be joining Clarkson once again for the second season.

Kaleb won over the nation in the first season with his ability to not care who Jeremy is and putting him in his place all the time, I’m not sure we all realised how much we needed to see that! Kaleb was such a hit that he has got himself a book deal. The World According To Kaleb will be coming out soon.

Cooper appeared on This Morning and discussed his relationship with Clarkson, saying:

“I’m the boss really. 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.”

Clarkson’s Farm season 2 trailer?

Unfortunately, we have not had the privilege of an official trailer yet, however, we have been able to get a glimpse of some of the action thanks to Clarkson and Cooper sharing some insights to their social media, as well as the Diddly Squat Instagram account.

What can we expect to see?

A big theme running through the first season was the effects of the pandemic on the farming industry. Clarkson was very candid about the financial impact this had on the farm. We are expecting to see them trying to come back from this in the upcoming season.

We also saw the issues caused by long periods of drought which made turning up the ground impossible and then the other end of the spectrum with times of heavy rain making the ground waterlogged. The weather has been very similar from 2021 to 2022, so we anticipate to see them trying to work through heatwaves, snow and storms.

Season one showed us some of the difficulties with Clarkson opening the Diddly Squat Farm Shop. There has been a lot of press around Clarkson wanting to expand the farm further throughout the last year which we are set to see the ins and outs of. We are eagerly waiting to see the drama surrounding the opening of the restaurant which received local backlash and refusal from the local council.

Although the 60-seat restaurant with 70-space car park was rejected, Clarkson was able to find a loophole and continue with the opening.

There has also been a lot of social media coverage of Clarkson and Cooper’s brewing venture with their Hawkstone beer and cider. They have shown their competitive side once again with comparing the two, Clarkson having his beer and Cooper having his cider.

Clarkson also teased on Instagram a very intriguing scene referring to ‘Kaleb’s Chopper’. We can’t even begin to guess what they will be doing with a helicopter on the farm, but we are very excited to see.

Whatever will be included in the show, we are very excited to see the second season of the show and are sure it will be just as well received as the first season was.

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