'Little People, Big World' Season 24 Officially Has a Premiere Date — Watch the Trailer

Michelle Stein - Author

Oct. 12 2022, Updated 2:49 p.m. ET

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Season 23 of Little People, Big World brought with it a number of big changes for the Roloff family. Viewers got to see Amy Roloff and Chris Marek settle into their new marriage while navigating a friendly relationship with her ex Matt Roloff and his girlfriend Caryn Chandler. Fans also witnessed a rift forming between father and son, Matt and Zach, in the aftermath of failed negotiations involving selling a portion of Roloff Farms.

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As the season drew to a close, viewers have found themselves wondering: Will there be a Season 24 of Little People, Big World? Let's take a closer look at the long-running TLC series.

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Will there be a 'Little People, Big World Season' 24 — and is there a premiere date?

Yes! TLC officially confirmed that Season 24 of Little People, Big World will premiere on Nov. 1, 2022. The news was shared via Instagram on Oct. 11 — alongside a trailer highlighting what fans can expect for Season 24.

It looks like viewers will get to see Zach and Tori welcome baby No. 3 and get an update on how Amy and Chris' first year of marriage played out. And of course, the drama surrounding the future of Roloff Farms shall continue.

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One notable tease came when Caryn mentioned a "big plan B" to Matt — presumably about the future of the farm. "I think I've gotten the message, and I am ready to do something different with the farm," Matt told producers in the trailer. "I am ready to go in a completely new direction."

Has Matt changed his mind about selling a portion of the farm after all?

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Fans witnessed major changes in Season 23 of 'Little People, Big World.'

When farm negotiations went south, Zach and Tori and their children ended up relocating from Oregon to Battle Ground, Wash. This allowed them to switch gears on their future plans (which now doesn't involve taking over Roloff Farms) and to put some much-needed space between themselves and Matt. At the same time, Tori was pregnant with her and Zach's third child, Josiah, who also has achondroplasia dwarfism.

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Viewers saw Zach and Tori settle into their new home and prepare for baby No. 3 while also coming to terms with Matt's choice to list part of the farm — which included the big house and surrounding acreage — for sale publicly. Although Amy and Chris tried to stay out of the drama, Amy let her feelings be known about her ex-husband buying out her portion of the farm and then turning around and not allowing any of their children to take it over.

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At this point, it's unclear how Matt's selling part of Roloff Farms will affect the rest of the family in the long run. Will they be able to overcome the disappointment of not keeping the property in the family? Or will resentment only continue to grow, causing an even bigger rift between Matt and his adult kids?

We can't wait to find out more in Little People, Big World Season 24.

Catch the Season 24 premiere of Little People, Big World on Nov. 1, 2022, at 9 p.m. EST on TLC, or on the Discovery Plus app.

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