TLC has officially announced that the long-running hit series “LPBW” will return to the channel next month. Viewers will get to see the Roloff family as they cope with a quarantined pandemic along with the rest of the country.
LPBW: Season 22: What to Expect
Matt Roloff, the patriarch of the Roloff family, has to be smart and find a way to keep the family farm afloat in the face of new COVID-19 challenges and constraints. Matt has been busy with many projects during the pandemic, as he has shared with fans.
Amy and Matt’s son, Zach, is wondering what it might be like to run the Roloff farm with his dad and possibly become part owner of the family farm.
Working with the family may be different than he can imagine, so can he handle all that it would require if he helps Matt Roloff run the farm?
Amy Roloff hasn’t been helping out in the family business since fans saw her move away from the farm last season to start a new chapter with fiancé Chris Marek. Amy Roloff, who likes to keep busy, struggled with deciding whether to sell her share of the farm to Matt Roloff, but in the end she decided that leaving the farm was the best way for her to move on after their divorce.
Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff lived on the farm together for more than 25 years, so Amy will have to make a lot of changes as she adjusts to living away from the farm, and she will leave behind a lot of memories of raising her children on the 36-acre property.
Now that Amy’s moved into her new home, she and Chris have an exciting wedding to plan. Their original wedding plans were put on hold due to the pandemic, but recently the couple announced they will be putting the wedding together later this summer.