TLC's "LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD" RETURNS WITH BIG CHANGES FOR THE ROLOFF FAMILY
The spring season is filled with new beginnings, changing family dynamics and the uncertainty about the future of the Roloff farm
[Los Angeles, CA] - In the new season of LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD returning Tuesday, May 10th at 9/8c, Matt and Amy Roloff prepare to sign their final divorce papers, and new tensions arise like never before seen on the show. As they embrace their four kids getting older and leading lives of their own, they attempt to live on the same property while managing emotional and operational challenges in order to keep Roloff Farms in the family.
This season we find Zach and Tori merging their lives together as newlyweds while Jeremy and Audrey settle into their new home in Bend, Oregon. Molly's graduation approaches and she contemplates her future after college. But Matt and Amy are headed for the biggest change of all as their divorce will become final.
Amy seeks to redefine herself in this new phase of her life and decides to not only make over her kitchen but also her appearance. She throws a dinner party on the farm with dear friends and even considers getting a tattoo to commemorate what she calls her "second act." Matt tries to recapture good times with Jeremy and Zach by taking them on a boys' camping trip, but feels his mortality when he is forced to confront long-standing health issues.
Before the season premiere, TLC will air a one-hour special "The Wedding Story of Zach and Tori," on Tuesday May 3rd at 10/9c. The special takes fans back to the wedding, while the newly married couple share stories and never before aired footage including Zach revealing how he asked Tori's father's permission for her hand in marriage, just in the knick of time.
LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD is produced for TLC by Discovery Studios and Gay Rosenthal Productions.
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