Tell us how you really feel! As the star of TLC's Little People, Big World, Matt Roloff probably gets overwhelmed with all of the comments he gets on social media from fans of the show, which is why decided to give himself a little break. After a two-week social media hiatus, Matt returned to Facebook and said hello to his fans — and he even took the time to respond to a fan's comment about the direction that the show has gone over the past few years, and he threw a little shade at the producers and hinted that their editing decisions might make the Roloff family decide to quit the show.
A fan commented on Matt's Facebook post and said that they used to love watching Little People, Big World but ever since Matt's divorce from his wife Amy, some scenes have shown a lot of "stress" and "tension" and that's why it's been unpleasant to watch the recent episodes.
"I totally agree," Matt responded. "We’ve been pushing the new producers to stop making our show negative and keep the family love and togetherness in the forefront. For some reason, these new producers/editors that come in to work...don’t know the show and want to amplify the negative...I’m not sure we (the Roloff family) can take that kinda of editing much longer. Errrrr."
A preview for the upcoming new season of Little People, Big World kind of proves Matt right — that the producers are choosing to focus on negativity. In the two-minute teaser clip, Matt's son Jeremy Roloff and his wife Audrey are briefly shown as they prepare to welcome their first child, while Matt's other son Zach Roloff and his wife Tori are briefly shown as they adjust to being first-time parents. The rest of the clip shows Matt and his ex-wife Amy butting heads over the family farm.