Clarkson’s Farm Season 2 Has Been Released On Prime Video


Today is the day when we finally get to watch Clarkson’s Farm Season 2 on Prime Video! The second season of the series has just landed on Prime Video and people are already flocking to the streaming platform to watch the new season of the popular series.

We were informed a while ago that Clarkson’s Farm Season 2 would be released on Prime Video on February 10th, 2023, which is precisely in the release window that our source had previously informed us about. Before sharing the exact release date with us, our source had this to say about the upcoming season of Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon Prime Video:

At the moment, we cannot share a precise release date with you. All we can give you is a January to March 2023 release window.

A few weeks later, our source came back to us with a bit more information on the matter. Here’s what they had to say:

Right now, we’re targeting a February 2023 release. Yet, that is subject to change depending on how long we take to edit the bloody thing. It’s going to be a pretty big beast this time around – so much farming and Clarkson nonsense!

Clarkson’s Farm Season 2 is available to stream on Prime Video now

Clarkson's Farm Season 2 Potential Release

Credit: Amazon Prime Video

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Our sources were confirmed to have been spot on. It was then revealed that the new series would be released on Amazon’s streaming platform on February 10th, 2023. This was then confirmed by Clarkson’s and Prime Video’s rather cryptic posts. The caption read as follows:

We’ve hidden something exciting in these fun facts… did you work it out?

The first slide read: “Jeremy lost 10 acres of crops in his first year of farming”. The second slide read: ‘Kaleb gets his hair cut in February“. The third slide read: “It can take 2023 hours for a potato to grow”.

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

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It was also revealed that Clarkson’s Farm was going to get a third season. This was announced by Jeremy Clarkson himself on his social media accounts. He and Prime Video released a video in which his girlfriend and Kaleb Cooper were looking at Clarkson in his tractor, seemingly driving it in circles.

Turns out that Clarkson was actually using his tractor to draw a big 3 in his crops. Clarkson then gets out of his tractor and reveals that the show has been renewed for a third season.

However, then came all of the controversy that Clarkson caused thanks to his article in The Sun about his hatred of Meghan Markle. The article caused serious waves and people were pretty appalled with what Clarkson wrote about the Duchess of Sussex.


Credit: Prime Video

This then caused Amazon to sever ties with Clarkson by not renewing his contract after his current one comes to an end. Clarkson’s contract with Amazon will come to an end in 2024, which means all shows he’s involved with on the streaming platform will be cancelled beyond that point.

So, no future seasons of Clarkson’s Farm and no future Grand Tour specials!

What do you make of this news? Are you looking forward to watching Clarkson’s Farm Season 2 and Season 3 when it’s released in 2024? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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  1. John Barker

    I thought Amazon were somewhat more pragmatic than the disastrously ‘Woke’ BBC. Do they really believe it’s worth cutting off a significant revenue stream generated by the indisputably popular Jeremy Clarkson in order to assuage the indignation of a handful of pathetic whiners with nothing better to do than seek vicarious outrage? Hopefully, there’s an organization out there who’ll be only too happy to benefit from Amazon’s castoffs – an organization which cares more for it’s shareholders than pandering to hysterical activists (That probably rules out Disney!)

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