We have some important news when it comes to Little People, Big World.
And we’re not going to drag it here for a dramatic effect:
TLC has announced the date of this beloved reality show’s comeback!
A new season of cool, interesting and emotional episodes will begin on Tuesday May 11th at 9 / 8c.
Not even a month left!
And that’s not the only announcement made late Wednesday by TLC executives.
The network also sparked several storylines to come, starting with the seemingly enduring uncertainty surrounding the Roloff farms.
As you probably know if you’re reading this right now, Amy Rolloff has sold most of her stake in the drug To her late husband last year, while she also left the farm in November.
Will Zach be running the business? What about Jeremy? Can he return to the image?
Amy will also be busy planning the wedding … Zach and his wife Tory will literally be full while raising two young children … and Matt will continue dating Karen Chandler.
Let’s forget these episodes were filmed months ago, while the COVID-19 pandemic was still raging in most parts of the country.
Here’s a look at the official TLC summary:
Like the rest of America, Roloffs are still holed up in the midst of the pandemic.
As Matt reimagines how to run the family business, Zak contemplates owning and operating the farm with his father.
Is he ready to handle everything that will come from living and working with his father?
Meanwhile, after collecting memories of thirty years and moving off the farm forever, Amy and her fiancé Chris start planning their next wedding.
But what happens when they realize that they don’t share the same vision of their big day?
Zak and Torey see first-hand the little victories and big challenges that come with raising two children.
Just a month ago, meanwhile, Tory opened up about a recent miscarriage – which we think happened after filming for this new season ended.
“I honestly never felt the loss the way I did at that moment,” Roloff wrote at the timeShe pours her heart as follows:
“I have never felt sadness, anger or fear in one moment.
“I had no symptoms of losing the beautiful angel baby and there was nothing that could prepare me to hear that our sweet baby was gone.”
If there is a silver lining here it is realization of how blessed we really are.
We have two happy healthy children, and I know this is not available to everyone. We have two children that we must love and love every day.
Parents should never know the heartbreak of losing a child.
I pray to God that we find peace because our children are waiting for us in Heaven and we will meet one day.
Torey then cited others who could sadly relate to this type of loss, writing:
I post this hoping it just touches one mama and lets them know that you are not alone. I also selfishly post this as a form of healing for myself.
I felt as though I needed to acknowledge our beautiful angel baby so that I could share my kids here with me.
This is what I will continue to do – I thank the Lord for what I have.
I thank the Lord for my healthy baby and husband who has loved me through it all.