Season three of Clarkson’s Farm returns to Prime Video today (Friday, 3 May)

Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper are back doing what they do best (or worst) on Amazon’s streaming platform as they attempt to keep Diddly Squat Farm in working order.

A few years ago, Jeremy Clarkson’s name was synonymous with fast cars – but nowadays the former Top Gear presenter is more associated with farming.

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Since the show first appeared on Prime Video in 2021, viewers have fallen in love with the trials and tribulations of the farming industry, helped of course by Clarkson's antics.

Prime Video has said the new series will: "follow Clarkson as he taps into 513 acres of land on Diddly Squat, including woodlands and lakes, which have yet to be touched."

How to watch ‘Clarkson’s Farm’ season three

The first four episodes of Clarkson’s Farm will be available to stream exclusively on Prime Video from 3 May, with a further four episodes landing the following week on 10 May.

To watch Clarkson’s Farm online you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member.

Membership costs £8.99 per month, or £95 per year, though if you haven’t already been a Prime member in the last 12 months, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial.

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The latest series will feature Mr Clarkson trying his hand at pig farming while Diddly Squat Farm battles severe hot weather. 

The series is filmed in Chadlington, Oxfordshire.

Clarkson's Farm will also highlight how inflation has driven up the prices of supplies and continued planning disputes.