‘LPBW’: Amy Roloff Told Her Social Media Followers Everything They’ll See in the New Season
While many TV shows and movies have canceled filming due to the coronavirus, fans of Little People, Big World are anxiously awaiting the premiere on March 31, 2020. Last season, we know Amy Roloff decided to sell her half of Roloff Farms to ex-husband Matt Roloff. While she’s kept her Instagram and Facebook followers apprised with what’s going on, we’re excited to see how it all plays out on TV.
Amy took to Facebook Live to talk about living life social distancing with the coronavirus, and she also answered some fan questions about the new season of the show. Here’s what she mentioned about all we can expect to see.
The new season of ‘Little People, Big World’ won’t feature all of the Roloffs
While Matt and Amy started the show with their four kids, only one of their children remains a consistent figure on the show. Molly Roloff silently left the show and only occasionally makes an appearance. And Jeremy Roloff is busy with his wife, Audrey, and their two children along with their own businesses. As for Jacob Roloff, we know where he stands. He left the show years ago and publicly condemned reality TV for making his family into “caricatures” of who they really are.
Zach Roloff and his wife, Tori, continue on with the show, though. We know Zach is Matt and Amy’s only child who also has dwarfism, and he and Tori are choosing to grow their family. Tori gave birth to their second child, Lilah, back in November 2019. And Lilah has dwarfism just like their older son, Jackson.
As for Amy and Matt, they both have significant others, too. We’re sure we’ll see plenty of Amy’s partner, Chris Marek, and Matt’s, Caryn Chandler.
Amy Roloff talked about the coronavirus impact on the premiere
The coronavirus is having a serious impact on the entertainment industry, as the production for many shows and movies has been halted and rescheduled. As for LPBW, it seems they already have everything filmed and ready to go, though there were a few hiccups in creating promo material.
Amy addressed the concerns that the virus may impact the premiere date, too. She told her followers on March 22 via Facebook Live, “I am hoping that it is still the plan that Little People, Big World will premiere on March 31. And I’m hoping with all of us needing to be at home that you all will watch. … I’m sure if there are any changes to that, I’ll let you know through social media.”
Amy’s been doing her part to practice social distancing, too. She’s taken to her Instagram to share her thoughts and feelings about the virus, and she’s encouraging others to stay home as much as possible.
Amy mentioned what viewers can expect
So, what can viewers expect to see once LPBW comes back? While there’s plenty of speculation, Amy threw some extra info on her Facebook Live video.
“Here, you get more in-depth of the stories about me moving out, the pressure of everyone wanting me, you know ‘when are you going to move out of the house, mom?'” Amy mentioned. She also added that fans will see her “deal with contractors,” which hasn’t been easy.
She also added that we’ll see all the lead up to her engagement. “You’ll see more of that story. Oh my gosh, some of the things I found out he did. I was like, are you kidding me? Oh my lord!” Amy continued to gush. “It was so, so special.”
And, of course, we’ll hear plenty about Zach and Tori. “You’ll see the birth of Lilah. … And, you know, a scary moment, about a month ago or something, that they went through. So, you’ll get more in-depth stories about all that, and some of the things Matt’s doing,” she added. “It’s kind of hard for me to get specific sometimes about my own show because it’s a reality show. I just live it. I try to be as real as possible.”
We can’t wait to see all of it go down this season starting on March 31!
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