Freddie Flintoff Set to Resume Filming Second Season of Cricket Series “Field of Dreams” After Recovering from Gear Horror Crash
Freddie Flintoff, the former cricketer and television personality, is ready to get back in action as he resumes filming for the second season of the cricket series “Field of Dreams.” This comes after he sustained injuries in a horrific crash during the filming of “Top Gear” last year.
Flintoff, 43, was involved in a frightening accident while filming an episode of the popular car show “Top Gear” in September 2020. The incident occurred when his modified three-wheeled vehicle flipped over during a race. He was subsequently airlifted to the hospital for treatment.
Following the accident, Flintoff took time off to recover from his injuries. However, he is now fully healed and excited to return to the set of “Field of Dreams.” The show, which debuted in 2020, features Flintoff exploring the history of cricket and its impact on communities around the world.
In the upcoming season, Flintoff will continue his journey to uncover the untold stories of cricket. He will travel to different locations, meeting cricket enthusiasts and delving into the sport’s cultural significance. The series aims to highlight the positive influence of cricket on individuals and communities.
Flintoff expressed his enthusiasm about returning to the show, stating that he thoroughly enjoyed filming the first season and is looking forward to continuing his exploration of cricket’s rich heritage. He also expressed his gratitude for the support he received during his recovery.
The production team behind “Field of Dreams” has implemented strict safety protocols to ensure a secure filming environment. They have taken necessary precautions to prevent any accidents or injuries during the shooting of the series.
Fans of Freddie Flintoff and cricket enthusiasts can anticipate the release of the second season of “Field of Dreams” with excitement. The show promises to provide a captivating and informative look into the world of cricket, further establishing Flintoff as a prominent figure in the realm of sports broadcasting.