BBC announces two more series of beloved documentray series – leaving fans thrilled | The Sun

BBC FANS are set to be delighted as the broadcaster announced a beloved show has been given two more series.

Bosses at the publicly-funded station have greenlit plans for more episodes of The Farming Life.

The series follows the lives of farmers in rural Scotland as they navigate working through all four seasons.

Viewers watch as each family give a glimpse into their day-to-day working lives.

Series six is currently broadcasting on BBC Scotland as well as BBC Two.

And the show's loyal fan base has earned it not one, but two new series.

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Speaking about the double recommission, the Head of BBC Studios Alan Holland praised The Farming Life.

He said: "We are absolutely delighted that This Farming Life has been greenlit for two more series…

"Audiences really relate to the very human, universal stories that are depicted throughout, and there is no greater setting that the stunning Scottish landscape.

"This is important series for the documentary community in Scotland and will allow us to continue to deliver training opportunities from our base in Glasgow."

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The Sun understands the next series of the horticultural programme won't hit screens until late next year.

The Farming Life airs Mondays at 8pm on BBC Two and BBC Scotland.

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