Rejoice Clarkson's Farm fans - season two is out today (Friday 10 February).
The first series aired on Prime Video back in 2021 and proved to be a huge hit, adored by Clarkson's fans and even those who haven't got a lot of love for the controversial broadcaster.
The show sees Clarkson trade in expensive cars for costly livestock as he attempts to farm the 1,000 acres of land he owns in the Cotswolds.
And in all honesty, even Clarkson wasn't confident the show would be successful.
"I thought Clarkson's Farm would serve up gentle disappointment to fans of The Grand Tour," the 62-year-old told LADbible.
"They'd watch the first one, maybe the first three, and that would dwindle to nobody watching.
"And then obviously the first inkling that all was well was there was a Guardian review the day after it aired, which said it was appalling and dreadful and an insult to farmers, and I thought, 'The Guardian hate it - I think we're on to something here.'"
As for why exactly the show has proven to be so popular, Clarkson was categorical in his reply.
"Kaleb," he replied unwaveringly, referring to his aggressively local employee, who frustratedly attempts to teach him the fundamentals of farming.
"I think he's an absolute star," Clarkson continued.
"And what I love about Kaleb is he just has no airs and graces around me at all, it's just, 'You f***ing useless w***er.'
"That happens on a daily basis, and I live in constant fear of upsetting him - which I know I've done. I did something yesterday so bad, and I know he's going to find out, and I couldn't sleep last night thinking, 'He is going to be livid with me.'"
As for Kaleb, he is adamant that Kaleb's Farm would be a more apt name for the show.
"He's definitely not my boss," Kaleb told LADbible. "He will say that he's my boss, and technically he owns the farm, but he's not my boss."
The synopsis for season two reads: "Jeremy Clarkson, Britain's best-known but least-qualified amateur farmer is back!
"Another year in the life of Diddly Squat farm begins, and all the regular characters are still here, helping Jeremy as much as they can: Kaleb's on hand to show him How to Actually Run a Farm, Lisa's running the shop, Charlie's always ready to deliver more brutal home truths, and Gerald's still Head of Security, with his own unique way of expressing himself.
"With farmers across the country facing the impact of Brexit and the impending loss of subsidies, all are forced to diversify and Jeremy's got big plans: he wants a herd of cows, he wants a load more chickens, and he wants his own restaurant where he can serve up a menu entirely made up of Diddly Squat produce, with the ambition of increasing his annual profit from last year (£144). All farms are busy, but this one is about to get a whole lot busier..."
You can watch the second season of Clarkson's Farm on Prime Video now.