‘LPBW’: Matt Roloff Clapped Back at a Fan Who Said the Show Isn’t Coming Back

We’ve been watching Matt and Amy Roloff on Little People, Big World for years. And fans wondered what the fate of the show will be given the current coronavirus (COVID-19) circumstances and Matt and Amy’s divorce. Thankfully, fans don’t have to worry, as TLC announced the show’s coming back.

Oddly enough, one fan reached out to Matt to mention LPBW won’t grace our TV screens ever again. This is how Matt clapped back.

‘Little People, Big World’ is coming back to TLC for another season

Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff appear on NBC News' 'Today' show
Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff appear on NBC News’ ‘Today’ show | Peter Kramer/NBC/NBC NewsWire

RELATED: ‘LPBW’: Amy Roloff Only Wants to Get Remarried on Roloff Farms as a Last Resort

LPBW has been on TLC for 20 seasons, and fans can’t wait for the next to start. Last season, we saw Amy make the difficult decision to move off of Roloff Farms. While she lived on the property with Matt for decades, the divorce and her longterm relationship with Chris Marek gave her the gusto she needed to find a new place and make a move. Now, she and Marek are engaged — and fans can’t wait to hear more about what their ceremony will look like.

As for Matt, he’s still with ex-Roloff Farms manager Caryn Chandler. And he seems to be deciding whether he’s going to sell Roloff Farms and leave it all behind or stay for the long haul.

Zach Roloff is the last of Matt and Amy’s kids to take up a permanent spot on the show with his wife, Tori. And the two of them had their baby, Lilah, who also has a form of dwarfism like Zach and their older son, Jackson.

Tori took to Instagram with Jackson to announce when the show will be back. “Guess what?” she announced. “It comes back September 29!”

Matt Roloff is keeping fans informed with what’s going on

While Amy’s posting plenty of photos of her family and her new recipes to her Instagram, Matt’s posting updates regarding Roloff Farms. While the show is certainly a moneymaker for the Roloffs, the farm helps, too, as pumpkin season is when all the fans come out to visit and see the place for themselves. Unfortunately, Matt isn’t so sure pumpkin season will happen in 2020.

“We are in daily dissertation meetings about that and what would it look … and really, really scratching our heads to figure out how would that work,” Matt explained to Instagram. “We’re coming up with all kinds of alternative plans. It all comes up very expensive.”

Matt then added that if pumpkin season does happen, “all people” at the farm would have to be charged upon admission to “justify the amount of employees we’d have for cleaning.” But there’s a good chance they’ll skip the season completely.

Matt called out a follower who claimed the Roloffs won’t be back on TV

While pumpkin season remains uncertain, it seems LPBW will definitely be back. But a fan commented on Matt’s Instagram photo he posted on Sept. 5 that caused serious questioning.

“God bless you and all of your family I can’t believe you’re not gonna come back again on television,” the fan commented.

“Who said we’re not coming back on TV?” Matt answered. “We’re coming back with a vengeance. Lol.” And this seemed to give multiple fans great relief.

“Thank God!! I was worried for a second!!!” another fan commented.

“THANK GOD, That would break soooooooo many hearts if they cancelled the show, (although there are a few TLC needs to cancel), yours definitely isn’t one of them,” another wrote. “Everybody genuinely loves your show and your family.”

We can expect LPBW to come back Sept. 29. As for how the family’s returning “with a vengeance,” we’ll have to wait and see.

Check out Showbiz Cheat Sheet on Facebook!