Changes are on the way for the Roloffs.
Long-time followers of this beloved family are well aware of this, of course, simply based on recent social media posts and photos from Matt, Amy and company.
But these changes are especially prominent in the trailer for Little People, Big World Season 14.
Just released by TLC, the preview is notable for what it does depict and who it does not depict.
On the latter front, Audrey and Jeremy are no longer full-time cast members. They may be seen in the background here and there during family gatherings, but the couple has walked away from the series.
They stunned fans with this announcement last summer.
As a result, Matt, Amy, Tori, Zach and even their adorable Jackson are the ones front and center for the show's new logo, which we wrote about HERE.
In a press release sent out this week by the cable network, we learn that Season 14 will consist of 10 episodes and that tension between Matt and Amy will be at the center of these new installments.
Here is a quote from this release:
“At the heart of the season lies the fate of Roloff Farms, as Matt and Amy consider if it’s possible to continue running the property together, while their increasingly separate lives and relationships are driving them further apart.”
We've written about this before.
Matt has purchased a part-time home in Arizona with girlfriend Caryn Chandler, while both he and Amy have hinted that they time running the family farm could be coming to an end.
The press release goes on to note that this will be “a season of self-discovery for everyone,” including Matt and Caryn, pondering “whether their future is in Oregon with the farm, or in Arizona, where they’re just purchased a home.”
The trailer is definitely intriguing.
It gives us a close look at Amy and her romance with Chris Marek, while also teasing a a health scare for Zach and far happier news for him and Tori welcome a new puppy.
Might this couple also be facing financial problems, however?“
"I’m way in over my head," Zach laments at one point.
"This year, out of any of the other years, everything has changed for me," Amy recently told People Magazine. "Chris makes me see life in a whole different way."
The new season of Little People, Big World premieres on April 2 on TLC at 9/8c.
Check out the first footage here!