ROLOFF RELATIONSHIPS CONTINUE TO EVOLVE IN TLC'S "LITTLE PEOPLE BIG WORLD"
Five-episode season culminates in the wedding of Jeremy Roloff & Audrey Botti
When we last visited the Roloffs on their farm in Oregon, Matt and Amy announced their separation, leaving their kids - twins Jeremy and Zach, daughter Molly, and youngest son Jacob, wondering what was next for the family. The new season of LITTLE PEOPLE BIG WORLD, returning to TLC on Tuesday September 2 at 10/9c, follows as everyone learns to adapt to these new dynamics and move forward with each of their lives. Despite the marital struggles of his parents, the premiere episode features Jeremy planning his proposal to his long-time girlfriend Audrey - kicking off a season-long celebration as they prepare to get married.
Even with their challenges, Matt and Amy remain focused on raising their children and managing the farm, but also start to live their lives apart. Amy fires up her passion for cooking with a pop-up restaurant, while Matt's imagination is sparked when Jeremy announces that he'd like to get married at home. But, in each of their own ways, Matt and Amy work to maintain a positive connection, sharing time together and planning a family getaway to have all of the Roloffs reconnect in the face of so many changes.
The focus returns to the farm as the annual pumpkin season is on the horizon, as well as the family getting swept up in all of Jeremy's wedding preparations. But theirs won't be the only nuptials in the works when Zach also announces his intention to get engaged to his girlfriend, Tori. As the next generation prepares to start their new lives, Matt and Amy must reflect on the history of their marriage and the future of their relationship. The season culminates as Audrey walks down the aisle and into the Roloff family.
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LITTLE PEOPLE BIG WORLD is produced for TLC by Gay Rosenthal Productions.
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