Jeremy Clarkson forced to halt Clarkson's Farm season 4 filming following major disruption at Diddly Squat

Jeremy Clarkson forced to halt Clarkson's Farm season 4 filming following major disruption at Diddly Squat

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Alex Davies

By Alex Davies

Published: 19/05/2024

- 17:01

Updated: 20/05/2024

- 09:09

The fourth season of Clarkson's Farm is currently in the works near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

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Jeremy Clarkson has taken to social media to reveal to his followers that he and the Clarkson's Farm team had to "pause" filming this weekend.

While a record-breaking third season has only just dropped on Amazon Prime Video, the former Top Gear star and the rest of the Diddly Squat family are already hard at work on the next series.

The third season was packed full of talked-about moments for fans to get stuck into, including huge rows between Kaleb Cooper and Clarkson as well as major updates about their beloved farm animals - including Pepper the Cow.

What the fourth season has in store remains a mystery for now, with Clarkson recently revealing on X, formerly Twitter, that filming will continue all year.

But one thing that'll likely not be included in the upcoming episodes is when an unwelcomed pilot decided to take a spin above the Chipping Norton farm this weekend.

Clarkson revealed the cameras stopped rolling as he explained all alongside an image of a map showing the helicopter owner's route above his farm.

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"Filming paused till this f**kt**d buggers off," Clarkson penned to his eight million followers.

On the map were a few details about the route the pilot had decided to take, as well as revealing the chopper was privately owned.

Inevitably, it didn't take long for Clarkson's fans to react to the news, including one who urged: "Hurry up and start filming again.

"I’ve just finished season 3 and have squat withdrawal symptoms… I need a fix quickly, may have to go back to the start and see where it all began again."

Meanwhile, others were quick to crack jokes at the Grand Tour star's expense, including a second who replied: "Council is finding new ways."

"Trying to get a glimpse seeing as you’re the sexiest male in the UK aye," a third teased following the news Clarkson had been crowned Britain's sexiest man for the second time in a row.

And a fourth encouraged Clarkson: "Nooo, don't give them the attention they seek for Jeremy." (sic)

Elsewhere this week, Clarkson's long-term collaborator and Clarkson's Farm producer Andy Wilman opened up about the conversations he's had with his pal about when they'll bring the show to a close.

Jeremy Clarkson

Jeremy Clarkson and the Clarkson's Farm crew were unable to film this past weekend


Amazon is still yet to confirm if a fifth series will follow the upcoming fourth run and both Wilman and Clarkson seem pretty unmoved either way.

"I’ve got no feelings on whether there’s a five or not," Wilman recently told Deadline. "Jeremy’s the same.

"He’s like, 'When we’ve got nothing left to say, let’s walk away'."

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