Jeremy Clarkson's girlfriend has sent social media into a frenzy after dropping a big hint of a possible fourth season of Clarkson's Farm.
Filming for season three looks to be well underway as Amazon Prime Video confirmed that a 2024 release is on the cards, even though we are yet to have an official date.
Clarkson's Farm follows the car enthusiast, 63, who attempts to run a thousand acre farm without having any idea with what he's doing.
Prime Video confirmed that the new series will feature Kaleb Cooper, Clarkson's girlfriend Lisa Hogan, Gerald and 'Cheerful' Charlie.
However, season four of the series was reportedly set to be pulled by Prime Video after Clarkson penned some rather controversial comments in his December column for The Sun, writing that he 'hated' Megan Markle on a 'cellular level'.
Speaking about Prince Harry, he wrote: "I actually feel rather sorry for him because today he’s just a glove puppet with no more control over what he says or does than Basil Brush. Meghan, though, is a different story. I hate her.
"Not like I hate Nicola Sturgeon or Rose West. I hate her on a cellular level."
Clarkson later apologised for his comments, saying he was 'mortified' and the column was pulled.
However, she added: "There are lots of discussions going on but the thing that’s important to say is there is so much more going on to the show than Clarkson."
Although, taking to Instagram on Tuesday (10 October), Hogan - who is Clarkson's girlfriend of six years - dropped a massive hint about season four.
Alongside a photo of the film crew, she captioned the post: "Penultimate week #clarksonsfarm #tractor #amazonprime."
Commenting on the post, one person wrote: "Hopefully not the penultimate week of the penultimate season."
To which Hogan replied: "...nope."
Another fan questioned: "And season 4??" as she replied with an emoji of an 'OK' gesture.
While we will have to just wait and see what happens, Deadline reported back in September that Prime Video is reportedly in talks to renew Clarkson's Farm for a fourth season.
The outlet reported that Amazon is 'preparing to renew' the show, with multiple sources saying 'relations had improved and Amazon is in active talks with Clarkson over Season 4 of the farming documentary series, which is easily its 'best-performing UK original'.
They added: "A deal is not finalized and there could yet be another plot twist, but those familiar with the matter said discussions have been positive and there is ambition on both sides to bring the show back."
LADbible has contacted Amazon Prime Video for comment.Featured Image Credit: Instagram/LisaHogan/Amazon Prime