Like any other person would when they’ve got next to no free time and a job that makes them quite a bit of money, Jeremy Clarkson has bought himself a farm and is in the middle of making a show on it. Wait, what? Yeah, we don’t know how he finds the time for it, either.
— Amazon Prime Video UK (@primevideouk) October 4, 2019
Still through Amazon Prime, Clarkson is beginning his life as a farmer for all of us to watch (and laugh at). According to reports, it’s called “I Bought A Farm”, but Clarkson has gone as far to say that isn’t its correct name – but as we all know, he does joke around.
The video was published by Amazon Prime Video earlier today. Clarkson says the following:
“I’m going to be spending the next year in the rain making a show about farming for Amazon Prime.
“This means that people all over the world will be able to watch me using a thousand acres of the Cotswolds to make thousands of tons of beer and bread and vegetable oil and lamb chops and jumpers.
“Of course to be a farmer you have to be an agronomist, a businessman, a politician, an accountant, a vet and a mechanic.
“And I’m none of those things. I don’t even know what agronomist means.”
From Clarkson’s Twitter, it sounds like everything’s going okay…..
Everything is going wrong. I don’t know how farmers don’t all have coronaries. https://t.co/2GGfyWLhuF
Andy Wilman, who has recently revealed The Grand Tour Season 4 episode dates, will also be accompanying Clarkson on this project as senior producer.