Coming back? Season 24 of Little People, Big World left the Roloff family at a standstill. While family patriarch Matt Roloff had initially decided to sell 16 acres of the reality TV family’s farm, he ultimately decided to remove the listing and convert the home into a rental property instead. While the farm is staying in the family — the drama over the decision to sell still lingers, setting the scene for a dramatic season 25. After months of speculation, the father of four finally gave fans an answer about the latest season of LPBW.
Will There Be a ‘Little People, Big World’ Season 25?
While an official date has yet to be confirmed by the network, Matt reportedly spilled the tea on the future of LPBW in October 2023.
The patriarch told fans during the Roloff Farms’ pumpkin season festivities that the series finished filming “back in August,” an eyewitness told The Sun. Matt added that he was usually the last to know about the release date and it was set to document Zach’s ongoing recovery from his February brain surgery and “other health issues that come with dwarfish.’
Matt previously hinted that the famous family was filming in a February 23, 2023, Instagram post.
“Just started pouring down snow here at Roloff Farms,” the TLC personality captioned a carousel of snaps of the Oregon property, with the last photo including the appearance of a film crew. “Changing all the setups to interior work.”
In the comment section, viewers questioned if this meant another season of LPBW was headed to TLC.
“Amy said on her LIVE yesterday that they are filming,” one fan seemingly reported.
The mom of four seemingly confirmed in April 2023 that the family was filming after sharing a photo with cameras pointed toward her in her living room.
“And this is where Daisy Mae lays while Chris and I do an interview,” she captioned the adorable picture of her pup.
When Will ‘Little People, Big World’ Season 25 Premiere?
The premiere date for season 25 of Little People, Big World has yet to be released by TLC. However, season 24 wrapped on January 3, 2023.
What Happened to ‘Little People, Big World’ Star Zach Roloff?
“We discovered Zach’s shunt is in need of repair and will have surgery in the morning,” the TLC personality explained in a text post. “They say it’s routine surgery but it’s far from my routine and Zach and I are nervous.”
The John Hopkins Medicine website explains that a shunt is a hollow tube that is surgically placed in the brain. The tube helps drain cerebrospinal fluid and redirects it to another part of the body where it can be reabsorbed.
Tori did not reveal what exactly was wrong with the former soccer player, though the website explained that shunt procedures tend to address pressure on the brain that is caused by hydrocephalus. The surgery often relieves symptoms that include gait difficulty and lack of bladder control.
Shortly after the surgery, the mother of three updated fans on Zach’s recovery. “It’s been a scary 72 hours, but he is doing well and recovering!!” she wrote via her Instagram Stories on February 9. “Thank you so much to everyone for the prayers that you have covered us in. We feel them!” After two days in the hospital, Zach went home to recover from the brain surgery with his family.
Who Is Returning For Season 25 of ‘Little People, Big World’?
While Matt and Amy are seemingly filming again for the latest chapter, Zach — the pair’s last remaining child to star in the long-running series — and Tori seemingly teased their plans to leave.
“I think our time is definitely coming to a close, but we’re trying to enjoy it while it’s here!” Tori told fans via a December 2022 Q&A with fans. Tori went on to slam “misconceptions” about the TLC series, including her frustration with viewers only seeing edited versions of her family.
“I did hear through the grapevine that they do not want to be on another season if the show were to continue and they just want to do their own thing,” he told The Sun in September 2023. “I do believe no matter whether there’s a continuance or not, Zach and Tori probably will not be seen on the next season.”
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