‘Little People, Big World’: LPBW New Season Debut is September 29 With Plenty Of Drama!

Little People, Big World spoilers reveal that Amy and Matt Roloff have been divorced for four years and yet the former marrieds are still bickering. A sneak peak at the upcoming season of the hit TLC show teases that these two get into it big time as Amy braces to move off the family farm.

She has lived there for three decades and has lots of memories, both happy and sad. So it’s understandable that the thought of moving is overwhelming. In the trailer, she says, “This is it, the house is being emptied. I’m kind of sad, how 30 years can be just put in a box, and poof, I’m out.” Amy and Matt raised twins Jeremy and Zach, daughter Molly, and son Jacob on the farm.

But while Amy struggles to grab hold of her new reality, her ex-husband Matt observes, “She’s had trouble letting go in general and that’s something she has to work through on her own time.”

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As Amy says, “We both own the property, we’re both invested in it.”

Which gets complicated since each has moved on with other people. Amy has a fiancé, Chris Marek, and Matt is with his girlfriend Caryn Chandler.

In addition to the tension between Amy and Matt over her moving, at one point he tells her it’s none of his business but then proceeds to talk about Chris and questions her happiness with him!

At one point in the preview trailer, Matt says, “I wish you wouldn’t be so defensive,” to which Amy retorts, “I wish you wouldn’t be so pushy.”

Zach and Tori Roloff want several children and a family life

The new season of Little People, Big World also features Zach and Tori and their family. “I’m nervous about juggling a newborn, a toddler, and a dog at the same time,” says Zach at one point.

Things get intense when Tori becomes worried about Lilah saying, “It seems like she’s in pain. The last couple of days Lilah hasn’t been feeling very well and today she woke up pretty bad.”

Does the baby have hydrocephalus? This is a condition in which fluid builds up in the brain. Tori is worried about this and Amy tries to comfort her.

Little People, Big World debuts on September 29 with plenty of tension and drama

The new season of LPBW is obviously can’t-miss tv for fans of the Roloff family. As Amy Roloff notes in the trailer, “Every moment’s a precious moment.”

Be sure to catch up on everything happening with Little People, Big World. Come back here often for Little People, Big World spoilers, news, and updates.

Tanya Clark

Tanya is a freelance writer, educator, and therapist. She spends the days of her life caring for her bold and beautiful loved ones, she's young at heart, very restless, and made her debut at L.A. General Hospital.

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