Jeremy Clarkson Reveals Two New Cast Members For Clarkson’s Farm Series 2, But It’s Not What We’re Expecting


Jeremy Clarkson has taken to his Instagram to reveal two new cast members of the highly praised Clarkson’s Farm Amazon series. And while they’re not your usual kind of cast members, we have no doubt at all that you’re going to love them.

Their names are Sansa and Arya, a cute tribute to characters from Game of Thrones, and we’re sure they’ll quickly become a fan favourite… because they’re dogs.

“Dogs,” Clarkson says. “This one is Sansa and this one is Arya.”

Kaleb Cooper, Jeremy’s number 2 on the farm responded to the video: “They’re so cute – perfect addition to the farm.”

A fan of the series joked that they’ll be eating them by the end of the second series – which has been confirmed for a 2022 release:

“Hope you’re not eating them at the end of season 2.”

Jeremy Clarkson will return to Amazon Prime Video when Series 2 of Clarkson’s Farm has been released sometime next year. A date is yet to be confirmed, so we’ll keep you up to date as soon as we hear anything official.

This comes moments after Jeremy was accused of being racist upon calling his local police after a “couple of chaps” came up the driveway of his land and requested a photo with him. According to the presenter, there was “something about them” he “didn’t like the look of”.

He said:

“She seemed to think I was reporting someone for wanting a selfie. But she did at least ask me to describe them, so I said they were Travellers.

“There was then a pause, after which she said that if I continued in this vein, she’d be forced to open a new line of inquiry into racist behaviour.

“That was scary, and tricky too, because how do you describe someone without bringing colour and religion and race into it? I explained to Magnum PI that they’d actually introduced themselves as Travellers, but she couldn’t get her head round this either, so the call ended and I waited for the actual police to not show up.

“Naturally they obliged, which is why I went to bed with a big ebony stick that’s used throughout Africa for killing lions.”

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