Matt & Amy Roloff enlist the help of their four children Jeremy, Zack, Molly & Jacob to help expand the business of Roloff farms. As the kids grow older, the family grows larger and the Roloffs learn how to keep their family relationships strong.
Amy says goodbye to her home of the past 30 years.
Its the end of an era on Little People, Big World as Amy prepares to say goodbye to the farm for good. But while shes officially moving off the farm, she still co-owns part of it with Matt, who is eager to get everything settled between them in terms of ownership. The new episodes also offer a glimpse into how the Roloffs world is impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
Its a season of change when Little People, Big World returns. The new episodes usher in an abundance of change for all of the Roloffs; from a pregnancy to farm renovations to a new house and everything in between. Despite the obstacles and occasional disagreements, Matt and Amy do their best to put their ever-changing, modern family first.
The Roloff family faces life-altering decisions that could reshape their reality when Little People, Big World returns. At the heart of the season lies the fate of Roloff Farms, as Matt and Amy consider if its possible to continue running the property together, while their increasingly separate lives and relationships are driving them further apart. the house.
The future of the farm & family depend on everyone adapting to the major changes that are reshaping the Roloff dynamic every day. Jeremy & Audrey are in a race against time to get everything ready before the baby arrives. With Jeremy working tirelessly to fix up the house, Audrey prepares an ambitious birth plan in which she will deliver the baby without pain medication.
This season Zach and Tori Roloff navigate pregnant life leading up to the birth of their first son. Amy is enthusiastically embracing her new role as grandmother and finds herself progressing in her relationship with her boyfriend Chris. Meanwhile, Matt has his own news to reveal that he too is in a relationship.
Much has changed since viewers first fell in love with the Roloffs 14 years ago and the family dynamic continues to evolve following Matt and Amy's divorce. After Matt partially buys out Amy's stake in Roloff Farms, she decides that living 500 feet from her ex-husband no longer suits her lifestyle and embarks upon a journey to find a new home, and by extension, a new life. But it's not just Amy whose life is transforming; right as Zach and Tori are getting the hang of being parents to son Jackson, they find out Tori is pregnant again. On the other side of the farm, Matt and his girlfriend Caryn are figuring out what their future together looks like, and while a lot is up in the air, keeping up with the farm is still a top priority. Despite the obstacles and occasional disagreements, Matt and Amy do their best to put their ever-changing, modern family first, striving to give their children and grandchildren a strong foundation on which to grow.
It's a season of self-discovery for everyone, as Amy decides to spend time away from the farm, embarking on adventures with her boyfriend, Chris, and enjoying trips with friends. Matt and girlfriend Caryn consider whether their future is in Oregon with the farm, or in Arizona, where they've just purchased a home. New parents Zach and Tori are pushed to their limits as they juggle raising their one-year-old son Jackson, dealing with Zach's health scares, and trying to stay ahead of their mounting financial troubles—and to make it more hectic, they've just welcomed a new puppy into their lives! Against this tumultuous backdrop, Matt and Amy have come to a difficult crossroads and are faced with a major decision over what to do with the family farm. Old wounds surface between the couple as they struggle to come to an amicable conclusion that will be best for the whole family.
The Roloffs return with more family, more babies and more milestones than ever before. The future of the farm and family depend on everyone adapting to the major changes that are reshaping the Roloff dynamic every day.
With not only one, but two grandchildren on the way, future grandparents Amy and Matt must also navigate divorced life while living 500 feet from each other and running the family farm together. This season viewers can look forward to Zach and Tori Roloff navigating pregnant life leading up to the birth of their first son; as the young couple struggles to get ready for the newest addition to the Roloff family, the major question looming is whether the baby will be a dwarf or not. Jeremy and Audrey Roloff have their own baby news with the surprise that they are pregnant with a baby girl. In addition, Amy is enthusiastically embracing her new role as grandmother and finds herself progressing in her relationship with her boyfriend Chris. Meanwhile, Matt has his own news to reveal that he too is in a relationship.
In the twelfth season, Matt and Amy continue to live their separate yet interconnected lives; Matt having to slow down after a life-changing spinal procedure, and Amy full steam ahead with her next chapter. This all while managing the emotional and operational challenges of running the farm. Meanwhile, Zach and Tori wrap up their first year of marriage with a special anniversary road trip. Jeremy and Audrey continue to explore their freedom as a young married couple in Bend, while feeling the pull of their family and the farm.
As Matt and Amy Roloff embrace their four kids getting older and leading lives of their own, they attempt to live on the same property while managing emotional and operational challenges in order to keep Roloff Farms in the family. This season we find Zach and Tori merging their lives together as newlyweds while Jeremy and Audrey settle into their new home in Bend, Oregon. Molly's graduation approaches and she contemplates her future after college. But Matt and Amy are headed for the biggest change of all as their divorce will become final. Amy seeks to redefine herself in this new phase of her life and decides to not only make over her kitchen but also her appearance. Matt tries to recapture good times with Jeremy and Zach by taking them on a boys' camping trip, but feels his mortality when he is forced to confront long-standing health issues.
The Roloff kids are grown and Jacob, the youngest and last child at home, is about to move out. In the midst of Matt and Amy’s evolving relationship and empty nests, there is also celebration and joy blossoming on the farm. Another Roloff family wedding is right around the corner. Almost a year after Jeremy’s storybook wedding, his twin Zach is now preparing to get married. He has a distinct vision for his wedding day which sends Matt into a tailspin of activity to get the farm ready yet again. Throughout the flurry of activity in their lives the Roloffs always manage to tackle any obstacles that they encounter head on as a family.
When we last visited the Roloffs on their farm in Oregon, Matt and Amy announced their separation, leaving their kids—twins Jeremy and Zach, daughter Molly, and youngest son Jacob, wondering what was next for the family. The new season follows as everyone learns to adapt to these new dynamics and move forward with each of their lives. Despite the marital struggles of his parents, the premiere episode features Jeremy planning his proposal to his long-time girlfriend Audrey—kicking off a season-long celebration as they prepare to get married. Amy fires up her passion for cooking with a pop-up restaurant, while Matt's imagination is sparked when Jeremy announces that he'd like to get married at home. But, in each of their own ways, Matt and Amy work to maintain a positive connection, sharing time together and planning a family getaway to have all of the Roloffs reconnect in the face of so many changes.
The Roloffs go back to their roots as children Jeremy, Zack, and Molly join Jacob at home for the summer, reuniting the family on the farm for the first time in two years. Matt and Amy will enlist the help of the kids as they expand the business and gear up for pumpkin season. All hands are on deck as the family works together to plan the most memorable weddings for four new couples who intend to tie the knot at Roloff Farms.
The Roloff family returns with an all-new weekly series, following as Matt and Amy open and operate a new wedding venue on their recently expanded Oregon-based farm. Viewers will be invited along as the couple tackles one of their biggest challenges ever—working together to make other couple's dreams come true. From refurbishing a historic barn to helping plan every perfect detail, the family will battle everything from uncooperative weather to cake catastrophes. The new series will also go back into the family home to share their day-to-day lives, including Molly preparing to leave for college, and Matt & Amy's impending 25th wedding anniversary.
The sixth and final season picks up right after Matt Roloff collapsed in his home office, as the incident causes Matt to question his health and inspires both Matt and Amy, in typically different ways—Amy starts working with a personal trainer, while Matt takes a big risk by skydiving with Jeremy. The season also finds Matt starting to think about the future of the farm while Amy focuses on giving back through her charity foundation. And, as the twins turn 20, they evaluate what to do next with their lives—do they have the drive and desire to move off the farm and make it on their own?
The fifth season explores how life is changing for the entire family as the kids grow up. Matt and Amy start to explore new territory as their oldest children are ready to start their own lives. They are left with different ideas on how to fill their time and have to figure out what will be their next chapter in life. Meanwhile, as Molly settles into high school, Zach's poor grades and Jeremy's lack of direction leaves their future undecided. The Roloffs continue to make an impact off the farm as Matt returns to Iraq to try to help the family that was introduced last season as they come to America so their children can get the medical help they need. Amy's passions for sports lands her a new role as a Dwarf Athletic Association of America Board Member, where she takes on the planning of a major golf tournament fund-raiser.
The entire Roloff family will be involved in life-changing experiences in the fourth season. The season kicks off with Matt Roloff traveling to Iraq to help a family with three dwarf children in desperate need of medical attention. Matt returns from Iraq with big plans for the farm as the twins, Jeremy and Zach, prepare to graduate from high school. Daughter Molly is cramming for her drivers' license and youngest son Jacob hits the field as his focus on soccer grows. Mom Amy learns to let go—she realizes the kids are growing up and she needs to focus on herself, too. The house continues to undergo an extensive renovation, and the family heads to Florida for a much-needed vacation.