Amazon Prime Video has announced that it has renewed Clarkson’s Farm.

The streaming service confirmed that the Jeremy Clarkson farming show will be back for a fourth season.

Speaking at Content London today, Fozia Khan, Amazon Studios’ head of unscripted in the UK, said producer Expectation was about to begin shooting Season 4 “very soon.”

The renewal will see the cameras continue to roll at Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswolds following Clarkson, his partner Lisa, Kaleb Cooper, and a variety of other fans' favourites, day to day on the farm.

Clarkson's Farm, which sees the presenter's attempts to run his Diddly Squat Farm near Chadlington, was an instant hit when it first aired in 2021.

The second series, which started streaming in February, was Prime ­Video’s most watched original show in the UK.

Season three has wrapped and will stream next year.

In October, Mr. Clarkson confirmed that the filming of season three had officially concluded and shared a snap with co-stars Kaleb Cooper, Gerald, and Charlie Ireland.

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The Clarkson’s Farm renewal came as Khan confirmed that Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May have filmed their final instalments of The Grand Tour.

The renewal follows reports in January that Amazon had decided that it "Won't be working with Clarkson" beyond Season Three of Clarkson’s Farm and a final Grand Tour special. Amazon did not confirm or deny the story.

Mr Clarkson’s column about the Duchess of Sussex in The Sun newspaper was cited as a reason for the breakup.

Mr Clarkson himself acknowledged that Amazon was “incandescent” after he wrote that he hated the Duchess of Sussex on a “cellular level.”

Amazon’s Khan said the streamer was “shocked and disappointed” by the column. Mr. Clarkson apologised for his remarks.