By now, you’ll probably be aware that, despite complaints, Amazon’s hit series Clarkson’s Farm is set to return for a second series.
Released in June, the show has proven a big hit on Amazon’s streaming service, with the former Top Gear host, flanked by sidekick Kaleb Cooper, attempting to become a real-life farmer.
Following the news that a second season will now be commissioned, it seems Kaleb is eyeing a significant change ahead of its release.
In a clip posted to Amazon Prime Video UK, Clarkson can be seen announcing the news that a second season of Clarkson’s Farm has indeed been confirmed… only for Kaleb to interrupt.
“Following the success of the first series I’m delighted to say there will be a second series of Clarkson’s Farm,” Jeremy begins.
“You mean Kaleb’s farm,” the farmhand quips.
Clarkson continues: “All the team are back, cheerful Charlie, Lisa, Gerald and the foetus in a tractor.”
Turning the camera on himself, Kaleb repeats his original request: “Kaleb’s Farm.”
The second season will see Jeremy attempt to diversify and expand his limited farming knowledge.
“I’m absolutely delighted that, once again you’ll be able to spend some time with Cheerful Charlie, Gerald, Lisa and of course, Kaleb,” he said. “We are such a happy team.”