Jeremy Clarkson’s Amazon Prime show, Clarkson’s Farm, has reportedly been cancelled after just one season.
Fans have been left gutted and are now petitioning for a second series to go ahead.
Taking to social media, one person penned: “Amazon has said they won’t be making a second series, absolute disgrace as it’s the best programme on TV. Fuming.”
Watch the clip below to see Jeremy Clarkson in action on his farm…
Wanting an answer, a second asked: “Can you confirm if the rumours are true that they are shooting a series 2?!”
Surprisingly, the former Top Gear presenter actually responded and said it’s up to Amazon whether or not the show has a future.
He said: “No. We aren’t. Write to Amazon, it’s their decision.”
Previously, Clarkson informed his 7.3million Twitter followers that he was ‘hopeful’ the show would be commissioned for a second season.
In a tweet, he stated: “Dear everyone. There has been some speculation that the second series of our farming programme has been commissioned. It hasn’t, but we are hopeful.”
In the first series of the Amazon Prime original, the 61-year-old spent time on his farm, despite ‘unhelpful weather, disobedient animals and unresponsive crops’ making it difficult.
When the show was being filmed, Clarkson confirmed that he had to have some of the animals on his farm killed. Despite growing attached to the creatures, he remained adamant that ‘normal people eat meat’.
According to the BBC, he said: “Nobody likes killing animals. You can’t say ‘I enjoy killing animals’ – you’d be a deranged sociopath.
“So, you don’t enjoy it, you’ve got to do it, it’s the business.
“We all like having a roast. Well, these days I appreciate some people eat seeds and weeds. But normal people eat meat, and they like a Sunday roast.”
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