Little People, Big World will return next month on TLC for season 23. The Roloff family story continues in its 16th year on the air with 10 new episodes.
Beginning in May, Little People, Big World viewers can catch up with the Roloffs and find out what has changed since last season.
During season 22, Little People, Big World fans saw Amy tie the knot with Chris, Tori and Zach suffer a devastating miscarriage, and Matt and Caryn sort out their arrangement as a couple.
The family has some big challenges to face this season, in what has been described as a “new and very different chapter.” Since their divorce in 2016, Amy and Matt Roloff have continually worked on their co-parenting relationship as exes. In season 23, Matt and Amy build their friendship post-divorce as their significant others, Caryn Chandler and Chris Marek, follow them.
A surprising vacation is in store for the couples when Amy and Chris join Matt and Caryn for a trip to Arizona.
As many Little People, Big World fans know, Caryn and Matt Roloffs happy place is in Arizona. They own a vacation home there that they visit often.
Season 23 promises a “heated farm negotiation” involving Zach Roloff and Tori Roloff, Zach’s father, Matt Roloff, and his girlfriend, Caryn. The negotiations don’t go as Zach Roloff and Tori Roloff had hoped, so they part ways with the farm and head to their new quarters in Washington.
Zach Roloff and Tori Roloff left their home in Oregon and moved several hours further north. Matt Roloff, the patriarch of the Roloff family, makes a decision that could change the family and the farm forever.
Matt has invested a lot of time and money in Roloff Farms, so it’s likely he wants to keep it in the family. Could passing the farm on to someone other than a family member be Matt’s life-changing decision?