That Amazon The Prime Video show will return for a second season after announcing its renewal last summer.
The 62-year-old Grand Tour host delighted fans when he revealed filming for season two had begun earlier this year with a selection of typically bizarre photos.
In the farming documentary, The Grand Tour host embarks on the unexpected journey of taking over the day-to-day running of his farm in the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire, tending livestock and growing crops.
All this alongside co-star Kaleb Cooper, 24, who has previously insisted he is the “real boss” at Diddly Squat Farm.
Now, Jeremy has revealed that editing is currently underway, having wrapped up filming this Monday.
‘F**ketty f**k. Had to stop harvesting due to fire hazard,” he wrote on Twitter
However, when a fan asked him how things were going, he had some good news to share.
“The shooting ended on Monday. Now the long editing process begins, ”replied the TV star.
Another intrigued viewer replied, “So they haven’t edited anything the whole time?”
To which Jeremy confirmed, “Yup. We did four shows.’
While it’s not clear when these are coming to the streaming service just yet, it seems we’ll be seeing more of Jeremy’s ongoing project soon.
Jeremy bought the land on which the 1,000-acre Diddly Squat Farm sits in 2008 and has chronicled his farming adventures on the show.
Elsewhere in the same Twitter thread, Jeremy was urged to “stay safe” amid rising temperatures, to which Jeremy replied: “Safe? B*****ket on it. I’m trying to harvest next year’s Hawkstone.”
The last heat wave in July – where the temperatures reached melting heights of 40.3 degrees – also seen Jeremy loses one of his pigs due to the extreme heat.
He told fans at the time that “global warming is now over,” adding: “Tragically, his brief visit took the life of my big pig. RIP pig.’
Clarkson’s Farm is now fully streamable on Amazon Prime Video.
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https://metro.co.uk/2022/08/11/clarksons-farm-season-2-jeremy-clarkson-reveals-filming-has-finished-17169811/ Clarkson's Farm Season 2: Jeremy Clarkson announces that filming has wrapped