Clarkson's Farm season 2 "a way off yet", say his team

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Jeremy Clarkson’s team have squashed rumours that Clarkson's Farm season 2 will be released in summer and said it may be a while off yet.

One eager eagled-eyed fan who could not wait for the “amazing” show to return spotted a release date online.

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The website IMBD - which is an online database of information related to TV series and films - showed that Season 2, epsiode 1 is apparently going to air in June 2022.

However, Mr Clarkson’s team told us that unfortunately the information is wrong.

They added that as the show covers an entire farming cycle, fans will actually have to wait a while before Season 2 debuts.

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A spokesperson said: “They have to film for a full farming year which won’t end until this summer, then it will go into edit from there - so we are quite a way off knowing when it will be launching.”

Amazon announced last July that there would be new episodes despite some reports that the show had been cancelled.

It led to disappointed fans starting a petition to save it.

Jeremy Clarkson finally posted on Instagram that the show had been renewed.

He has also tweeted from his motoring show The Grand Tour account that it will come "Not soon. It'll take a year to film it. That's how farming works."

It appears that the first season took two years to film.

Mr Clarkson said he started to run Diddly Squat Farm in 2019 and the show was not broadcast until June 2021.

However, there were some breaks in filming for Covid-related reasons and atrocious weather.

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It has also been reported that in the new season, Mr Clarkson – who recently had his plans for a restaurant at the filming site near Chadlington refused - "hopes to diversify while expanding his agricultural knowledge".

Both he and the cast - who are all returning - have teased what the new show will focus on on social media.

Mr Clarkson has posted images of new cows and dogs that will be joining the team while Kaleb Cooper captioned a picture of a broken gate on his Instagram: "It was all going so well until someone decided they didn't like the gate anymore, wonder who that was."

Mr Clarkson replied: "So annoying" and the official Amazon Prime UK account posted "Spoiler alert" with a sweating face emoji.

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