Clarkson’s Farm star Kaleb Cooper’s one-man stage show set to land on streaming service

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17 Jun 2024, 14:20

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Kaleb Cooper, who stars alongside Jeremy Clarkson on hit series Clarkson's Farm, recently took to the stage. 

The farmer embarked on a 33-date national tour, called The World According to Kaleb, earlier this year to give his take on the modern world, and it seems that viewers will now be able to watch it from the comfort of their own home, as it is reportedly coming to Amazon Prime Video.

The Sun reports that a recording of his show in Cheltenham in April will be on the streaming service later this year.



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An insider told the publication: “Kaleb has a huge fan following after viewers fell in love with him on Clarkson’s Farm. He’s the nation’s favourite farmer and fans love hearing his take on the modern world.”

The source added: “Kaleb also talks about fair pay for all farmers and isn’t afraid to hit out at those in power.

“Kaleb’s messages about farming are serious but his charm and humour make it a great watch.”

Series three of Clarkson’s Farm returned to Prime Video in May, and ahead of its release, Kaleb told and other press about one of the TV presenter’s most bizarre moments thus far.

Speaking at a special Q&A event, he spoke about how he spotted Jeremy take to some blackberry hedges with a vacuum cleaner. “That is something I'm never going to forget.”

He added: “I was like, ‘Do you know what? I haven't got the energy to actually stop and ask him what he's doing.’”

Find out why he was vacuuming the blackberry hedges here.

Clarkson’s Farm documents the Grand Tour host's dream of running a working farm in the Cotswolds, and this series has quite the rollercoaster of emotions - from hilarious competitions between Jeremy and fan-favourite farmer Kaleb, to death of animals, team injuries, and worries over planning permission and flooding.

Read what Jeremy had to say about the latest series here.

Clarkson's Farm Season streams on Prime Video.