Clarkson's Farm has proven to be a major hit for Prime Video since its premiere in 2021, as viewers have flocked to the streamer to watch Jeremy Clarkson try his hand at running Diddly Squat Farm.


There are now three seasons of Clarkson's Farm available on Prime Video, with the latest proving a ratings success.

Just days after its season 3 premiere, according to Barb data supplied by, the first episode received an audience of 3.7 million, the second achieved 3.1 million, and the third and fourth episodes reached 2.5 million and 2.1 million respectively.

And while this success may not be surprising to some, it came as a shock to Clarkson.

In a new interview with Deadline, Clarkson's Farm producer Andy Wilman said: "He [Clarkson] never saw this coming in his career [at the age of] 64. He thought his big moment was that we end The Grand Tour successfully."

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Given its obvious popularity, it's no wonder fans are keen for a fourth season, and while that is currently being filmed, viewers perhaps shouldn't get their hopes up for future seasons.

Wilman said he has "no feelings on whether there's a five or not", with Clarkson echoing a similar sentiment.

He told the publication: "Jeremy's the same. He's like: when we've got nothing left to say, let's walk away."

Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper in Clarkson's Farm season 3, standing by a farming field as Clarkson holds a baby pig
Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper in Clarkson's Farm season 3. Prime Video

As for what season 4 will entail, viewers will just have to wait and see.

"We're doing season 4 now," Clarkson told The Daily Mail in a recent interview.

"And every single day when we meet for filming, we have a vague idea about what I need to do, but I can guarantee it will change because the weather has changed, or some fence will have fallen down...

"And you never know what you're going to end up doing. As long as you get content, it doesn't matter what it is."

Clarkson's Farm seasons 1-3 are available to watch on Prime Video now. Sign up for a 30-day free trial of Prime Video and pay £8.99 a month after that.


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