In a press release, TLC says the new episodes will bring viewers up to date with what’s been happening with the Roloffs. That includes a two-hour episode focusing on the birth of Jeremy and Audrey’s daughter, Ember Jean Roloff.
Amy and Matt Roloff, meanwhile, are embarked on new relationships in the wake of their break-up. Amy and her boyfriend, Chris, are celebrating a one-year anniversary.
Matt and Caryn are at the farm, located in the Helvetia area, getting ready for pumpkin season. But according to the teaser for the new season, it sounds like he may be interested in selling the farm, news that doesn’t thrill Amy.
“The family is going their separate ways,” Amy says in the trailer, which also includes glimpses of Zach Roloff, his wife, Tori and their baby Jackson, who was, like Zach, Matt and Amy, born with dwarfism.
There’s so much family drama going on — or that’s how the trailer makes it look, anyway — that one of the Roloffs declares, “This is insane!”
“Little People, Big World” has followed members of the Roloff family, and their life on a farm in the Helvetia area, since 2006.
The new season of “Little People, Big World” premieres at 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 3, on TLC.
— Kristi Turnquist