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After months of uncertainty, there are some good news for Clarkson’s Farm fans.
The hit Amazon Prime series is reportedly set to land a fourth series as per Deadline.
The streaming giant is said to be in “active talks” over season four of the farming show, according to “multiple sources”.
Deadline reported that while “a deal is not finalised” discussions have been positive and all signs point to the show’s highly requested return.
Jeremy Clarkson’s future with Amazon Prime was left in the balance for quite some time following the outrage that the former Top Gear presenter caused with his widely criticised column about Meghan Markle, which he later apologised for.
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Thankfully, the working relationship between Amazon and Jeremy has seemingly improved and has led to them allegedly being in active talks about a new series.
However, fans shouldn’t get ahead of themselves as the outlet also reported that “there could be another plot twist”.
The good news is the ongoings at Diddly Squat Farm are currently being filmed and fans can look forward to seeing the drama unfold at some point in 2024.
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It comes after Jeremy recently sent fans into a frenzy after he announced “fantastic news” about the show.
The 63-year-old TV star took to Twitter on Thursday, August 24, simply writing: “Stand by for some fantastic news from Clarkson’s Farm.”
Because he wasn’t specific about what his cryptic Tweet actually meant, fans went wild and were quick to speculate.
However, a day later, Jeremy put fans out of their misery and although he wasn’t confirming the series had been renewed, we welcomed some new arrivals to the Diddly Squat Farm.
Taking to Twitter again, he penned: “And here is the fantastic news. A HUGE amount of piglets,” along with a series of snaps of some newborn piglets.
Clarksons Farm seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Amazon Prime.
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