Little People Big World stars Amy, and Matt Roloff divorced four years ago. The two moved on in life with their respective partners. However, they are still in fix over an issue. The first look of LPBW’s new season is out now and it features Matt and Amy clashing over their shared property, the Roloff farms. The video clip shows Amy preparing to move off the family’s farm after 30 years. Let’s have a look.
Little People Big World: Amy And Matt Fight Over Roloff Farms
In the first look of TLC show’s next season, we see Amy. 55, saying that the house is being emptied while she finishes her packing. She sadly says that ‘how 30 years can be just put in a box, and poof, I’m out.’ While Amy struggled with feeling overwhelmed at the entire episode, Matt says that it is her problem. He bluntly spoke that she had a hard time letting go and that’s entirely her concern. She’ll have to do it on her own.
Although Amy has moved out, she still co-owns the property with Matt, leading to some lingering tensions between the two. Amy says that since both of them raised the farm together, they’re together invested in it. Adding to this, Matt says that he wishes Amy was not so defensive! Clearly, Amy was not having any of it. She shot back saying that she wished Matt was not so pushy either! Apart from documentation escalating tensions between Amy and Matt, the new season will feature Zach and Tori as they raise their two children.
Zach And Tori Deal With Raising Two Children
Zach says in the trailer that he is nervous of juggling with two little children and a dog as well. He referred to their 2-year-old son Jackson and 9-month-old daughter Lilah Ray. According to the father of two, it is a lot to handle. Furthermore, we spot Tori being worried about Lilah’s health. She says, “The last couple of days Lilah hasn’t been feeling very well and today she woke up pretty bad.” Tori goes on to explain her fears regarding her baby girl. She shares that the infant may have hydrocephalus, a condition that causes a buildup of fluid in the brain. If that’s the case, it would be very scary. This is followed by Amy comforting her daughter-in-law.
The new season of Little People, Big World premieres on TLC Sept. 29.