Clarkson's Farm announces season 2 air date in hidden clues

Kaleb Cooper, Jeremy Clarkson and Lisa Hogan are reunited for 'Clarkson's Farm'. (Amazon Prime Video)
Kaleb Cooper, Jeremy Clarkson and Lisa Hogan are reunited for Clarkson's Farm. (Amazon Prime Video)

Clarkson's Farm's season two air date has been confirmed by Prime Video in a series of fun clues on social media.

The popular documentary show about Jeremy Clarkson's efforts to run Diddly Squat farm, overseen by the perpetually frustrated and much more experienced Kaleb Cooper, is heading back to screens early next year.

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Fans of the show have been eagerly awaiting a second instalment and now their wish has been granted, with the premiere date of 10 February, 2023 announced via some hidden clues on Instagram.

The popular series returns for a second run. (Amazon Prime Video)
The popular series returns for a second run. (Amazon Prime Video)

Prime Video UK posted a series of photos captioned: "We've hidden something exciting in these fun facts... did you work it out?"

Each clue was shared in a different photo and read: "Jeremy lost 10 acres of crops in his first year of farming.

"Kaleb gets his hair cut in February.

"It can take 2023 hours for a potato to grow.

"Charlie's favourite season is spring.

"Jeremy had two painful sheep encounters in season 1."

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The clever announcement was welcomed by fans who commented that they couldn't wait to see the new season and wrote out the hidden air date in their replies to the post.

The series will see the return of farmers Kaleb and Gerald, advisor ‘Cheerful’ Charlie and Clarkson’s partner Lisa, as well as some new characters to the Chipping Norton farm in the Cotswolds.

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It will also feature Clarkson's dealings with the local council as he attempts to diversify his operation with a restaurant.

Jeremy Clarkson owns Diddly Squat farm. (Prime Video)
Jeremy Clarkson owns Diddly Squat farm. (Prime Video)

Fans were given further good news in October, when it was confirmed that Prime Video had green lit a third season of the hit show before the second had even aired.

At the season three announcement, farmer Cooper joked: “Well, they do say third time’s a charm!

"Maybe this will be the series that Jeremy finally starts taking advice from a real farmer!”

Clarkson's Farm season two arrives on Prime Video on 10 February and season one is currently streaming.