Who’s ready for season 14? TLC just announced the new premiere date for the next season of Little People, Big World, and we can’t wait to get more of the Roloff family. But while the family continues to grow, the cast of the show has shrank. With most of the kids going off to live their own lives, the show will now focus mainly on Matt Roloff and girlfriend Caryn Chandler, Amy Roloff and boyfriend Chris Marek, and Zach Roloff and his family with wife Tori Roloff. And this season, which premieres on Tuesday, April 2, at 9 p.m., everyone in the family is in for some serious drama — especially exes Matt and Amy. Check it out in the video above.
“This year, out of any of the other years, everything for me has changed,” the mom-of-four says in the trailer, reflecting on life with her new man. But it’s all the business surrounding the family farm that might make the real difference. Right now, they seem to be sharing it 50/50, with each ex taking a side. In the new season, though, there’s talks of a buy-out. “I’m not gonna be held hostage by Amy’s indecisiveness,” Matt says. “Amy’s decided that now she wants the side that I live in.”
There’s even talk of Matt leaving the farm, something that’s come up before. “If the farm is gonna cause strife, I could walk away from it,” he says in a clip. “We are on the precipice of the most transitional point in the Roloff history ever.” And Amy admits that there’s a chance she may never step foot on the farm again. But there’s also another boundary she wants to set — that they not bring the kids into the fight.
After all, Zach has enough on his plate already. In addition to raising his son, Jackson Roloff, as well as the family’s new dog, he’s also got some serious health issues. According to Tori, he’s even facing a potential surgery, something she calls the “worst case scenario.” S–t is getting real for the Roloffs — and that’s not to mention the drama that happens off-screen.
Though we only get rare glimpses of what Molly Roloff is up to, her brother Jeremy Roloff shares a lot of his life with wife Audrey. The couple quit the show last summer, but they’re keeping fans up to date with their podcast, blog, books, and Instagrams. Jacob Roloff left TV even earlier, but he and his fiancée have also been documenting their lives on social media. Whether we’re following them online or watching the family’s show, we know we’ll be tuning in either way.