Little People, Big World spoilers reveal that the show is back on Tuesday, September 29. On Instagram, reality star Amy Roloff shared details on the future of LPBW, as well as information on the upcoming episodes. Keep reading to get all the details!
LPBW Season Premiere Date
The reality show was initially supposed to air the upcoming episodes in spring 2020. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and production shutdown affected TV and film sets in many parts of the world. Now that life is somewhat getting back to normal, we are going to see new episodes of the reality show beginning on Tuesday, September 29, 2020. Amy wrote on Instagram, “When it was safe, we went back to filming to finish them up. I think this is awesome we’re airing them now instead of waiting ’til later.”
Will This Be The Final Season?
A few weeks ago, The Hollywood Gossip pondered whether this would be the last season of LPBW. This seemed to be fueled by a press release, which teased, “... the end of an era on Little People, Big World as Amy prepares to say goodbye to the farm for good.”
Even though TLC didn’t clarify the wording of that when media outlets reported that it could mean the end, Amy has stepped forward to explain. She confirmed that they are currently filming for next season. So, that settles it! There will definitely be at least one more season of the reality show.
Little People, Big World Spoilers: What To Expect
The season premiere of the reality show will show Amy dealing with her new reality as she starts her journey away from Roloff Farms. Meanwhile, Amy and her ex-husband, Matt Roloff, will iron out the ownership details.
Zach Roloff and his wife, Tori Roloff, will be adapting to becoming parents to Lilah Roloff. Plus, viewers will see exactly how everyone copes with the COVID-19 pandemic. We will also learn what the global health crisis and national lockdown mean for Roloff Farms.
What About Roloff Farms?
A few months ago, it was speculated that they might end up losing the farm because of the lockdown regulations and new safety rules. However, as we pointed out at that time, farmers and ranchers are well-prepared to deal with “bad” months and “good” months (natural disasters, bad crops, droughts, pest overload, equipment repairs can also contribute to a bad month, season or even year). It is only when you have losses instead of profits year after year where the worry should come in.
We think Roloff Farms is going to be just fine and the Little People, Big World family is pretty good at thinking outside the box, so they probably have a plan!
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