Clarkson’s Farm season 2 release date 'revealed' by Jeremy Clarkson

Virgin Radio

8 Dec 2022, 09:28

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Jeremy Clarkson has hinted at a release date for Clarkson’s Farm season 2 and fans are overjoyed to know they won’t have to wait too much longer.

The first season of the docu-series aired on Amazon Prime Video last year and followed The Grand Tour star as he attempted to run a 1,000-acre farm in the Cotswolds.

It became a huge hit and viewers quickly got hooked on the antics of Clarkson and his farm worker Kaleb Cooper as they try to uphold the aptly named Diddly Squat farm.

Fans have been patiently waiting for news about a second series and now it seems Clarkson has dropped a clear hint of when they can expect it.

In a post shared to Instagram, he wrote: “We’ve hidden something exciting in these fun facts…did you work it out?”

The first slide of the post read: “Jeremy lost 10 acres of crops in his first year of farming” with the number 10 written in bold.

The second slide read: “Kaleb gets his hair cut in February,” with the word ‘February’ in bold, with the third clue stating: ‘It can take 2023 hours for a potato to grow,’ and 2023 written in bold.

The final two slides placed further emphasis on the answer, stating: “Charlie’s favourite season is spring,” and: “Jeremy had two painful sheep encounters in Season 1.”

The words Season and two were also made bold.

So, it appears to hint the Clarkson’s Farm season two will be arriving on Amazon Prime Video on 10th February 2023, as many fans also guessed.

Taking to the comments one person wrote: “Finally. Can’t wait”.

Another said: “Feb can’t come soon enough”.

A third commented: “Oh lovely! Finally something to REALLY look forward to!”.

This time last year, Clarkson released a new line of lager from his farm and it became Amazon’s best seller just hours after it went on sale.

Hawstone Lager is brewed at his Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswolds and the beverage has been lapped up by customers since the "p*** up in a brewery" launch.