We’ve been watching The Grand Tour presenter Jeremy Clarkson tend to his Diddly Squat Farm for about a year now. And with the pandemic causing a few problems here and there – have you noticed? – fans are starting to wonder when we’ll finally be treated to Clarkson and his many, many tractors and cow juice on the screen.
But it seems as though things haven’t slowed up for Diddly Squat as we’ve watched his farm evolve from a lot of mud in the Cotswolds to a working farm selling produce via his Diddly Squat Farm shop. Plus, to combat the lack of physical sales thanks to the UK’s lockdown, Clarkson has embraced the digital age taking his shop online with a host of produce and even merch to buy such as aprons and fancy handbags.
But when is it actually coming to Amazon Prime Video? Well, we’ve had no official word from the ladies and gents behind the streaming service, but Clarkson, who was keen to push for the most recent of Grand Tour episodes to come out as soon as possible, has given us a hint on Twitter.
On being asked when his show will finally be released, he answered,. “June apparently”.
Yes, quite a wait I’m afraid, but we have a few shows to get excited for before I Bought The Farm so don’t fret just yet.
Coming soon is The Great Escapists, starring Richard Hammond and Tory Belleci of Mythbusters. In this new show, the duo will be fighting for survival after they’re stranded on a tropical island with nothing but a shipwreck to pick through. I’m rather sceptical and think it may be targeting the younger fans, but if you’re longing for some Grand Tour humour, this will be for you.
On top of that, we have the next episode of The Grand Tour which will be set in Scotland. We’re yet to hear of a release date, but the team finished filming late last year so I’m expecting it to be released onto Amazon sometime this year. Hopefully earlier rather than later, but with the UK being plunged into another lockdown, who knows what will happen.