Ever since the first series of Clarkson’s Farm finished, we’ve been waiting in anticipation of the news of the second series. Kaleb, Clarkson’s partner in crime popular series, has confirmed in an Instagram post that filming for the new series is ‘well underway’. The show was renewed by Amazon back in July.
The farmhand took to posted a snap from Jeremy’s Diddly Sqaur Farm with a caption saying: ‘Filming is well underway. Enjoying every minute of it as well!’
Fans of the show were quick to show their appreciation, with one person writing: “Can’t wait for it. Best thing on the telly”. Even Amazon Prime couldn’t resist writing: “We’re counting down the minutes til we can see it 👌”.
Announcing the news of the new series earlier this year Clarkson said: “After the success of the first series, I am delighted to say that there will be a second series of ‘Clarkson’s Farm.” Hurraay! Kaleb quickly quips back “You mean Kaleb’s Farm”
He goes on to say: “all the team are back, Cheerful Charlie, Lisa, Gerald, and the fetus in a tractor.” which, of course, is Clarkson’s endearing name for Kaleb is expert farm manager.
The first series received rave reviews from fans and critics alike. It scored a massive 9.0 on IMDB, which is unheard of. The little Cotswold Farm in Chipping Norton is the most idyllic backdrop for the Top Gear presenter to be typical Clarkson. But, it wasn’t just about Clarkson and his ‘isms’, the programme highlights some real issues in farming and, along with the relationship between Clarkson and Kaled, makes for addictive viewing.
Amazon Prime Video announced what we can expect from the new series saying: “Viewers can expect a deeper insight into another year on Diddly Squat Farm as Jeremy aims to diversify, expanding his limited agricultural knowledge under the watchful eye of his no-nonsense team; tractor driver Kaleb, stone wall favourite Gerald, advisor ‘Cheerful’ Charlie, Jeremy’s better-half-turned-farm-shop-keeper Lisa and many more.
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