Jeremy Clarkson is officially returning for another clarkson’s farm season 2 on Prime Video, set to begin airing in the coming year.
The show will follow the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and The Grand Tour host as is the farmer of the family farm in Cotswolds Farm, this show will premiere its next installment on February 10 2023.
Clarkson’s Farm was the unexpected TV smash of 2021, transforming Jeremy Clarkson, the country’s most improbable farmer, into the new face of British agriculture.
Clarkson, who was formerly renowned for yelling about supercars on Top Gear and The Grand Tour, is now just as likely to be questioned about sheep shearing and crop rotation as he is about the horsepower of the latest Ferrari.
The series received critical praise, earning Clarkson and his agricultural advisor Kaleb Cooper awards at the British Farming Awards, and Prime Video swiftly signed up the Diddly Squat crew for season 2, which is set to premiere in February 2023.
The second chapter will bring new animal species and new crops for the Diddly Squat Farm, with Clarkson working with the local council, as plans to diversify his operations by opening the restaurant.
In season 1 the presenter is expected to increase his agricultural knowledge by enlisting the assistance of his crew – Tractor driver Kaleb Cooper Stone wall stalwart Gerald Cooper, advisor ‘Cheerful’ Charlie Ireland — as well as his partner Lisa Hogan on farm shop taking care of the farm shop.
It was launched in June of last year the show has proved to be so effective that an additional season was approved before the debut of season 2.
“I’m really happy to be able to present another season on clarkson’s farm season 2. I’ve come up with some fantastic ideas that I’ve never thought of and all of them have left Charlie, Lisa and Kaleb extremely unsatisfied.” Clarkson said in October of this year.
At the moment, Hogan also confirmed that filming was on the way.
“There is plenty to keep up with over at Diddly Squat – series two is coming soon, so it won’t take long for you to find out how labor and dedication to farming will continue. It’s a joy to already be filming the third series,” she said.