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15th Jun 2023

Jeremy Clarkson gives update on Clarkson’s Farm return

Charlie Herbert

By Charlie Herbert

It may not be the news fans are after…

Jeremy Clarkson has given fans an update on when they can expect the next season of Clarkson’s Farm.

The hit Prime Video series sees the former Top Gear host as he attempts to run a 1,000-acre farm in the Cotswolds alongside his farmworker Kaleb Cooper.

The sophomore season of the show was released on Prime Video in February 2023. It arrived after it was confirmed the previous October that the series had been renewed for a third batch of episodes as well.

Since then, however, Clarkson became embroiled in controversy over a column he wrote in The Sun about Meghan Markle, in which he said he hated her on a “cellular level.”

The backlash to the article has prompted uncertainty from fans over the future of the show, with some outlets reporting that Prime Video would cut ties with the 63-year-old.

But, season three appears to very much be on the way, which Clarkson confirmed while responding to an Instagram post. That being said, the show’s viewers may have to wait longer than they were hoping for.

Commenting on a post from a fan page dedicated to the programming asking “who’s excited” for season three, the presenter wrote: “We actually won’t finish filming it till October. There’s something we are trying which won’t be resolved till then. So it’s a while off yet.”


On top of Clarkson’s Farm, Clarkson also stars on The Grand Tour, another Prime Video series, alongside his former Top Gear co-hosts James May and Richard Hammond.

However, May recently hinted that the end might be nigh for the trio.

Variety has reported that Clarkson is unlikely to appear in any new shows on the platform after 2024 and May reckons The Grand Tour would probably come to an end if his friend was not a part of it.

He told LADBible he doubted the series would continue without Clarkson, saying: “I don’t think anybody would want to see it.”

“I don’t think they’d want to see any two of us try and carry on the thing that the three of us are known for together.”

In a separate interview with the Radio Times, May also explained that the trio were “getting quite close to the end of our contract”.

“We didn’t really have any particular plans to keep going because we’re all really just getting a bit old. It might be time to let someone else have a crack at it,” he told the outlet.

However, May stressed that this does not mean that the trio are going to stop making TV, adding: “We might still make our individual things – farming or science or mending cars or whatever it is we get up to

“But I don’t know, to be honest. No one has told us to go away. It’s reaching its natural end, like parties do. There comes a point at 4am when it is over.”

Fans will be treated to another edition of The Grand Tour in just a few days, with The Grand Tour: Eurocrash released on Friday, 16 June on Prime Video.

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