TLC fans want to know what will happen to “Little People Big World” after season 24. The last season of the series showed how the Roloff family is torn apart by the Roloff farms. And one source said in early 2023, Zach and Tori Roloff will now put distance between themselves and the series
The 24th season of “LPBW” proved that the Roloff family is not yet over the drama of the Roloff farms. In season 23, Zach Roloff hoped to buy part of the property that belonged to Amy Roloff. Unfortunately, viewers learned in season 24 that Zach and Matt Roloff could not agree on a price. Matt kept the land, while Zach bitterly left Oregon with his wife Tori Roloff. The couple now live in Washington and barely visit the farm. It seems that the conflict between Matt and Zach may have led to the final hurt feelings. And Zach and Tori Roloff are reportedly distancing themselves completely from the series after the final season.
In addition to the source saying that Zach and Tori Roloff will be distancing themselves after season 24 of “Little People, Big World,” Tori also gave a hint that she wants to move on. A fan asked during an Instagram Q&A how long Tori plans to stay on the TV series.
During the same Q&A, Tori Roloff mentioned that she will start teaching again. Before she was a reality star, she was a teacher. She stated that she was replacing Jackson Roloff in the class of 2022 for Christmas, which made her miss her job.
We wouldn’t be surprised if Zach and Tori leave the series so Tori can come back and teach. Tori also doesn’t want to have any more children, so when her kids grow up, she may have more free time to pursue her passion.
Little People, Big World: Caryn Chandler Also Allegedly Wants To Call It Quits
Zach Roloff and Tori Roloff may not be the only “Little People, Big World” stars who want to stop filming. Sources claim that Matt Roloff’s girlfriend Caryn Chandler also wants to leave the series. “Matt really wants another season, but Caryn is completely done,” a source told The Sun. “She thinks there’s too much disagreement about what they want to say and do on the air and too much family drama. She feels she’s always the one trying to mediate. Even though he knows it probably gets good ratings, he doesn’t want to be involved in it anymore.”
In addition, Caryn may want to make Arizona her permanent home. That would take her far away from the Roloff family and the Roloff farms, which could also interfere with filming. TLC has yet to renew the series for a new season in 2023, so we’ll have to wait and see what happens.