Good news Farm Kings fans! The King family will be back for a second season. Viewers have related to the Kings, a farming family of nine brothers, one sister and their mother, who allow cameras to follow them into their homes, their fields and their markets for an up close look at the life of a farmer. Their goal is simple: to make farming cool again and remind viewers where their food comes from.
“Viewers are relating in a big way to the hard working, loving King family,” GAC SVP/GM Sarah Trahern said. “With solid ratings and continual online buzz, we are all looking forward to season two.”
In the new season, the Kings will host a benefit ‘Win a Date with a King’ auction for their favorite charity, the Special Olympics. Their three storefront operations will continue to expand when Joe, Tim and Pete decide to add cows and pigs to their commercial produce and chicken farm. And the four oldest King brothers will find themselves involved in a photo shoot for a Freedom Farms calendar.
With oldest brother Joe as a boss, each sibling, ages 13-30, is focused on the family business an each has a job to do. Mom Lisa is not only an incredible from-scratch cook who feeds her large family, she also prepares much of what’s sold in their storefront operations, cranking out up to 30 pies in an hour. While it’s not always easy working with family, the Kings are first and foremost, a team.