A fourth season of Clarkson's Farm has been confirmed.
Check out the announcement:
The news will come as a surprise to fans after reports earlier this year that the show had been axed.
The devastating revelation followed Clarkson's very public falling out with Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle.
Speaking about Prince Harry, he wrote at the time: "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."
The backlash led to many calling for Clarkson's head, and for a while it appeared Amazon had chosen to part ways with the presenter following filming for the third season.
But now, it seems that bosses have had a change of heart, with the former Top Gear host taking to Instagram to announce news of a fourth season of the hit docu-series.
Messing about on the farm with his right-hand man, Kaleb, Jezza is seen trying to round up some sheep, but as ever, he makes an absolute meal of it.
He says: "I wanted to write 'IV', a four, to announce that the fourth series of Clarkson's Farm is coming. Why does everything go wrong?"
Understandably, the news has gone down very well with fans, who've been vocal with their excitement for the upcoming series.
Commenting on the post, one person said: "Possibly the best show on TV at the moment. Not the same budget as game of thrones but I suspect Clarkson’s fee makes it a close run thing. But that’s OK with me."
Another wrote: "Can't wait for this."
However, despite the good news, there were plenty of fans who were left with more questions than answers - specifically questions about when the third series will finally land.
"Where's season three on Prime then?" asked one follower.
Good question, and one we will hopefully have the answer to very soon, but as yet, all we know is that it is due to air next year.
But at least that means there's plenty to look forward to, eh?Featured Image Credit: Amazon Prime