Clarkson’s Farm season 2 trailer: Jeremy Clarkson faces Oxford council

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Jeremy Clarkson’s restaurant plans are met with a frosty reception by the Oxford council during Clarkson’s Farm season two trailer.

Chapter two of the highly-anticipated docuseries is set to show the introduction of new animals and crops, Jeremy’s dealings with the local council as he attempts to diversify his operation with a restaurant, and Kaleb Cooper yet again saving the day on numerous occasions.

It will also examine the impact of the current economy on British farmers.

In the official teaser, the broadcaster shares his plans to expand his business with a restaurant, however after his neon sign declares there is no ‘vegetarian food,’ it looks like the Grand Tour presenter might have a battle on his hands.

‘Everything is ready to go,’ he says.

‘I just need West Oxfordshire District Council to say “good idea.”‘

Jeremy is determined to get his restaurant going (Picture: Amazon Prime)
Fan fave Kaleb Cooper is back (Picture: Amazon Prime)

The camera later pans to a spokesperson branding Jeremy’s conduct plan as ‘shameful.’


‘It indicates a “give me an inch and I’ll take a mile attitude,’ he says in front of a distraught Jeremy.

Elsewhere in the trailer, Jeremy’s dislike towards badgers becomes evident after he asks whether they can ‘be hit with a hammer.’

Clarkson's Farm

‘I’m being attacked by a cow’ (Picture: Amazon Prime)
New episodes will air this Friday (Picture: AMAZON)

The 62-year-old is joined by devoted sidekick Kaleb, 24, who quickly became a fan-favourite among audiences as he helped the former Top Gear presenter keep things running on the so-called ‘Diddly Squat’ farm.

The two stars have been regularly updating fans on what to expect on their individual social media accounts, but viewers don’t have long to wait as the episodes officially drop this Friday [February 10].

While Clarkson’s Farm has already been confirmed for a third season, Amazon has reportedly parted ways with the presenter following his hateful comments about Meghan Markle in a column.

According to Variety, the streaming service won’t be working with the TV personality beyond seasons of The Grand Tour and Clarkson’s Farm that have already been commissioned.

Clarkson’s Farm season 2 is airing from February 10 on Prime Video.

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