Amazon Prime Video is reportedly in talks to renew Clarkson's Farm for a fourth season, according to Deadline.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Jeremy Clarkson was likely to be axed by Amazon after comments he made about Meghan Markle.
In a column for The Sun newspaper in December, Clarkson penned some rather controversial opinions, including that he 'hated' 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."
He continued: "At night, I’m unable to sleep as I lie there, grinding my teeth and dreaming of the day when she is made to parade naked through the streets of every town in Britain while the crowds chant, 'Shame!' and throw lumps of excrement at her."
Clarkson later apologised for his comments, though a report by Variety earlier this year confirmed Clarkson was set to be axed by the streaming giant regardless.
Amazon is yet to officially confirm if Clarkson will continue with them post season three of Clarkson's Farm - something that was agreed prior to the column being published.
However, Deadline reports that the streamer is currently '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'.
The outlet 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."
Amazon Prime Video declined to comment when LADbible reached out.
"It’s a very complex topic but we are not interrupting production of the current season," he said.
"I can’t tell you what a phenomenon this show is and the impact it’s had on the agricultural community.
"We get messages from farmers around the world who just love the show, saying they’ve never really seen their world reflected properly on screen before. It’s a hell of a lot bigger than Jeremy Clarkson."
Fozia Khan, Head of UK Unscripted at Amazon, added that the company were left 'shocked and disappointed' by the column.
She said: "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."
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