Our Yorkshire Farm fans LIVID as series finale pulled from TV schedule AGAIN

OUR Yorkshire Farm fans were left fuming that the series finale was pulled from the TV schedule AGAIN on Tuesday night.

The popular Channel 5 show – which usually airs every Tuesday at 9pm – is yet to show the eighth episode of the latest series.

It was supposed to air last week, but a new drama called Anne Boleyn was put in its place.

This evening it happened again for a second time and fans aren't impressed they can't get their weekly dose of Amanda Owen and her loveable family.

Many took to Twitter to share their frustration with the telly network after deciding to show documentary Fred and Rose West: The Search for the Victims instead.

One wrote: "Where is the final episode of #OurYorkshireFarm #TheYorkshireShepherdess not impressed."

Another said: "WHY ISN'T THE FARM ON AGAIN?! #[email protected]_tv ?????"

A third added: "What's happened to #OurYorkshireFarm on @channel5_tv I thought there was still an episode to come? @AmandaOwen8."

Last week viewers also took to the social media platform to let out their anger.

One fan said: "#Channel5 #OurYorkshireFarm where's THIS programme got to? why's it been replaced with fantasy and depressing documentaries? As there's no shortage of both genres if we WANTED to watch such stuff rather than the #YorkshireShepherdess……"

A fifth wrote: "I love the ups and downs of Our Yorkshire Farm. I’m missing it. Please come back #OurYorkshireFarm."

Another chimed in: Have @channel5_tv relegated #OurYorkshireFarm to #MyFive? If so I've missed it. Hopefully back on your main channel soon? Great, heart-warming series so hurry up and put it back where it belongs. Otherwise suggest other main stream channels @[email protected] sign up @AmandaOwen8."

Our Yorkshire Farm first premiered back in 2018 and follows the lives of Amanda, husband Clive Owen and their nine children on their farm.

Earlier this week it was revealed that the family will be leaving their much-loved home at Ravenseat Farm after revealing earlier in the series that they had purchased a new farmhouse.

The shepherdess, 46, and her family are relocating to Anty Johns, in Upper Swaledale.

Amanda's neighbours Patricia and Ronald Tyler recently revealed what it's like living next door to the famous family.

The couple have lived nextdoor to them for the past two decades and have watched their children grow up over the years.

Mrs. Tyler said: "They are fantastic neighbours. They are there if we need them not intrusive.

"The gamekeeper lives near as well and they are all very good neighbours – happy and content."

Our Yorkshire Farm airs on Channel 5.

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