Jeremy Clarkson spills ‘fantastic news from Clarkson’s Farm’ after Amazon addresses future

Jeremy Clarkson got fans talking on Thursday night as he took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to cryptically hint at “some fantastic news from Clarkson’s Farm”.

The former Top Gear star simply wrote: “Stand by for some fantastic news from Clarkson’s Farm.”

It wasn’t long before social media users rushed to the comments section to share their hopes for a new series of the hit show, after it was previously reported that Amazon had “parted ways” with Clarkson due to his controversial column about “hating” Meghan Markle.

One fan speculated: “Season 4 confirmed!”

Another added: “Sweet, I hope it’s more seasons, as it’s a very relaxing and satisfying show, as is t’ grand tour.”

“Three more seasons. Come on three more seasons!” A third person eagerly commented.

Jeremy’s tweet comes shortly after Amazon Prime UK’s head of originals Dan Grabiner confirmed that “no decisions” had been made regarding the future of Clarkson’s Farm.

According to Deadline, Grabiner broke his silence on the furore aimed at Clarkson after his column about the Duchess of Sussex was ruled as “sexist” after becoming the media watchdog’s most complained about article.

When quizzed on if more series of Clarkson’s Farm are on the horizon after season three at the Edinburgh TV Festival, Grabiner said: “It’s a very complex topic but we are not interrupting production of the current season.”He added: “I can’t tell you what a phenomenon this show is and the impact it’s had on the agricultural community.

“We get messages from farmers around the world who just love the show, saying they’ve never really seen their world reflected properly on screen before. It’s a hell of a lot bigger than Jeremy Clarkson.”

However, Grabiner’s colleague, head of UK unscripted Fozia Khan, also said that Amazon had been “shocked and disappointed” by Clarkson’s column.

At the time, Meghan’s husband Prince Harry branded the article written about his wife “horrific, hurtful and cruel”.Clarkson has apologised for the piece he wrote for The Sun about the Duchess, describing his language as “disgraceful”.

The publication also apologised and said it regretted publishing the column, which was removed online.

Season 3 of Clarkson’s Farm was commissioned before the star’s article was published, and it is still going ahead despite the backlash.

Jeremy recently revealed of the upcoming episodes: “We actually won’t finish filming it till October. There’s something we are trying which won’t be resolved till then. So it’s a while off yet.”



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