All we want in 2018 is a new season of Little People, Big World, and it looks like Matt Roloff confirmed our wish! The 56-year-old recently took to Facebook to discuss rumors about his famous family and hinted at the premiere.
"Just got caught up on my Roloff family fake news... lol. Fake news is alive and well.. how sad," he shared. "The Roloff family just keeps hanging closer and closer together despite these broken misleading headlines... Matt, Amy, Jer, Zach, Audrey, Tori, Molly, Joel, Jacob, Izzy, Chris, and Caryn. All working together to surprise you all at how an American family can function together despite a few minor differences. Wait for it...... a few short months." YAS!
The end of the last season saw the arrival of Tori and Zach’s firstborn son, Jackson. Since then, he’s grown up and had so many amazing milestones! (The latest? He’s talking!) And in case that's not enough, the off-season also saw the arrival of Jeremy and Audrey’s daughter, Ember, and Molly’s wedding to her new husband, Joel Silvius. Of course, there have been changes to the parents — Amy and Matt — as well. Things have been heating up for the former husband and wife, who have found happiness in their respective relationships with Caryn Chandler and Chris Marek.
Over the last few months, fans have been wondering when the new season of LPBW will air, and although we still don't know an exact date just yet, we do know it's happening. In addition to Matt's latest tease, Jeremy posted a photo on his Instagram Stories with a camera crew!
Plus, back in September, matriarch Amy also hinted that their TV days weren't behind them just yet. She said she suspected the show would be back in January — spoiler alert: that didn't happen — but promised to update fans when she "officially" heard from the higher-ups at the network.
Later, in November, she took to Facebook to write, "No word here that our show is ending. We don’t have a confirmed confirmation on when the new episodes will air. We are hearing in March or earlier in the new year." Can't. Wait!