Jeremy Clarkson is returning to screens next week, with an inside look at his pandemic lifestyle in Clarkson’s Farm.
Promising to reveal a whole new side to the Doncaster-born broadcaster, the Amazon Prime show will follow Clarkson over a 12-month period as he challenges himself to run the working farm he purchased a few years ago in Oxfordshire.
It’s a far cry away from the setting fans are used to seeing the personality in – swapping Lambo race cars for (fittingly) Lambo tractors and petrol head pal Richard Hammond for herds of sheep.
From first glimpse of the trailer, it’s a little like one of those Princess-to-pauper stories you’d stumble upon the tele on a Sunday afternoon, with Clarkson shown completely out of his depths as he faces the real life challenges farmers face from season-to-season – and, of course, no Princesses in sight.
Airing on June 11th on Amazon Prime, fans will get to see Clarkson kicked in the balls by sheep, berated by his fellow farmers (albeit, actually experienced farmers), forced to deliver lambs – which he admits involved his arm going up the wrong hole – and even slightly break down as he’s faced with the difficult decisions that come with operating a farm. It’s Clarkson in both his nature state, and a whole new emotional side that we’ve never seen before on the likes of Top Gear and The Grand Tour.
Clarkson’s Farm is available to stream from June 11th on Amazon Prime.
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