Little People, Big World‘s Amy Roloff recently told fans the behind-the-scenes dish about taping and the pandemic. And it looks like the coronavirus did get in the way of some things.
Little People, Big World: Amy Roloff is Ready for Her Next Chapter
Little People, Big World fans cheered Amy on. And they said that Amy looks radiant and so happy. Other fans said they couldn’t wait for the newest episodes because they’ve never missed one.
The next chapter for Amy was moving out of the farmhouse and into her new house. In real-time, Amy Roloff of Little People, Big World is already in her new house. But in the next episode, she’s still fighting with her ex-husband Matt Roloff at the farm.
Amy Roloff and fiance Chris Marek just celebrated their fourth dating anniversary. And Amy said Chris still amazes her, even after all of this time. The two seem to be very happy together.
Amy Shows Excitement for New Season
This season of Little People, Big World will be one of the hardest for Amy Roloff. But despite that fact, she is excited for the TLC series to air. In fact, Amy said that the episodes fans will see were supposed to air last season.
COVID-19 kept filming from happening for over three months. So, everything was messed up, and no one was sure what to do. Now she said that things are safe and they are back to filming.
Amy said she’s glad these episodes are airing now, instead of waiting until later. The Little People, Big World star Amy Roloff went on to say, “We’re back filming for next season, kind of.” And this leaves fans to wonder if they are filming for season 22 or if she means it feels like season 21 is two parts.
Little People, Big World: It’s All Up in the Air
Even fans keeping up with things in real-time don’t know who keeps the north side of the farm. Matt Roloff said he’d always keep it, but Amy Roloff isn’t ready to part with the business. Season 21 shows a lot of tension, and it seems like the children are getting tired of their parents fighting.
It should be interesting to see how it all plays out. But whatever the case, Little People, Big World celeb Zach Roloff told his mother that he and his brother Jeremy Roloff didn’t want to deal with it. In fact, he said neither one of them wanted to deal with the games.
The farm has been in the family for over two decades. And it’s not likely anyone wants to let it go out of the Roloff family.
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