And there are more changes ahead for Matt and Amy Roloff, the Helvetia-area couple whose divorce the show has already chronicled.According to a TLC press release, in the new season, "Matt and Amy continue to live their separate yet interconnected lives," while "managing the emotional and operational challenges of running the farm." In the new season premiere, TLC says, "Matt gets ready to undergo a life-changing spinal procedure in Los Angeles.Here’s one of the pictures: Commenters asked Matt if he and Caryn are currently dating, and he replied without ambiguity.“Yes, I’ve started dating Caryn,” he wrote, then added “She’s amazing!Zach, 26, and pregnant Tori solemnly buried their “silly,” “loving” St.
“She can’t let the stress overrun her body,” he said, while admitting his own grief. Tons of dreams and visions were crushed.” In other tough news for the couple, Zach told Amy, 52, that they had learned their unborn baby could be a Little Person like his father.
Matt also decks out a giant 'preppers' box for emergencies, and engages the entire family to spend time in the bunker for a test run." Beyond the bunker, Zach and Tori mark their anniversary with a road trip, while Jeremy and Audrey continue life in Bend, while also "feeling the pull of their family and the farm." The new season of "Little People, Big World" premieres at 8 p.m.
star Matt Roloff didn’t have to look very far to find love as it was apparently right there in front of him the whole time!
Meanwhile, amazing cook Amy and best friend Lisa planned to open their own restaurant.
“Now that I’m divorced, I need to go out on my own and be financially self-sufficient,” she said.