Jeremy Clarkson’s farming show ‘gets green light for another series’
Posted by  badge Boss on Sep 14
Jeremy Clarkson’s popular series could be back (Picture: Amazon)

is set to get a fourth series, as Prime Video is reportedly planning to renew the popular programme.

The future of the farming reality show on the streaming platform has appeared unclear for quite some time following the about , which

The working relationship between Amazon, and Jeremy has seemingly improved, and they are allegedly now in active talks.

reports that a deal is not quite finalised and it could be that things change again, which would be a disappointment to fans.

The good news is the ongoings at Diddly Squat Farm are currently being filmed and we’ll be able to watch in series three, which is set to air in 2024.

If the agreement is made then the cameras will continue capturing the content at the Cotswolds location for series four.

Clarkson’s Farm was a hit with viewers (Picture: Amazon)

Jeremy, 63, teased a possible return himself just last month.

In a tweet posted on Thursday, August 24, he simply wrote: ‘Stand by for some fantastic news from Clarkson’s Farm.’

24 hours later, he revealed it was a joke, writing: ‘And here is the fantastic news. A HUGE amount of piglets’.

Amazon boss claims the show is bigger than Jeremy (Picture: PA)

While speaking at Edinburgh TV Festival, , with Fozia Khan – unscripted lead for UK Originals at Amazon Studios – saying that the show was ‘so much bigger than Clarkson’.

‘It’s a really good show,’ she added.

Dan Grabiner, head of originals for UK and Northern Europe, Amazon Studios, added: ‘I can’t tell you what a phenomenon the show itself is and the impact it has had on the agricultural community and farming.

‘We get messages from farmers around the world who just love the show and love Kaleb (Cooper) and Gerald (Cooper) and they relate to those characters, saying they have never really seen their world properly reflected on-screen before, which is amazing.

‘And, as Fozia said, it’s a hell of a lot bigger than Jeremy Clarkson.’

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In the aforementioned column about Meghan, 42, Jeremy being paraded through British towns and publicly shamed, and it became Ipso’s most complained-about article after its publication, .

The controversy didn’t seem to affect Clarkson’s Farm viewing figures. It became in the UK (since ratings body began collecting data for major streaming sites). has contacted Amazon, who declined to comment, and Jeremy Clarkson’s representatives for comment.

Clarkson’s Farm is available to watch on Prime Video.