Our Yorkshire Farm, which follows the life of Amanda Owen and her family, usually airs at 9pm every Tuesday on Channel 5. However, some eagle-eyed have fans noticed the programme is missing from tonight’s TV guide and have taken to social media to question why. Instead, the reality series has been replaced with the drama Anne Boleyn which stars Jodie Turner-Smith as the Tudor Queen. Channel 5 are yet to address why the programme has been pulled from the schedule.
Amanda, who regularly keeps her Twitter followers updated on the goings-on in her life, is also yet to comment.
It is unclear as to when Our Yorkshire Farm will be back on Channel 5, however, next week’s episode has also been pulled from the TV schedule – meaning it could be the end of the series.
According to Yorkshire Live, episode eight of series four will air later this year.
According to the publication, viewers will see how the Owen family tackle the Beast from the East to how they cope with a second lockdown.
Despite Our Yorkshire Farm being cancelled, viewers will still be able to watch the highly anticipated drama, Anne Boleyn.
Actress Jodie Turner-Smith will be taking on the role of historical figure Queen Anne Boleyn in the dramatisation of the modern thriller.
Turner-Smith, who is best known for starring opposite Daniel Kaluuya in the film Queen & Slim will star alongside I Will Destroy You actor Paapa Essiedu, who will play her brother.
Anne Boleyn will debut on Channel 5 at 9pm on Tuesday, June 1.
Published at Tue, 01 Jun 2021 23:00:00 +0000