Season 13 of TLC’s “Little People, Big World” premieres on April 3.

The season teaser shows the Roloff family enduring growing pains. Amy and Matt still aren’t getting along after their divorce, which was finalized nearly two years ago. Zach and Tori Roloff are navigating their way through having a new baby while Jeremy and Audrey Roloff are struggling through certain health issues that arose after giving birth.

The season teaser also shows Matt and Amy arguing over the farm — they share it even though they are no longer married — and how their respective relationships with their new partners have been going.

And some fans are upset about how negative the show has been during the most recent seasons.

One fan wrote on Matt’s Facebook page saying:

[I] used to love this show and watched every season from the beginning, but there’s too much stress and tension involved … makes it unpleasant to watch anymore.

Matt replied to the comment telling the fan that he agrees:

I totally agree. We’ve been pushing the new producers to stop making our show negative and keep the family Love and togetherness in the forefront. For some reason these new producers/editors that come in to work.. don’t know the show and want to amplify the negative.. I’m not sure we (the roloff family) can take that kinda of editing much longer. Errrrr.

Could Matt’s honesty mean that season 13 might be the final season of “Little People, Big World?” That is still unclear, however, Matt did take to Instagram soon after to tease the premiere to say:

Oh my goodness… wait until you hear… better watch new episodes this Tuesday.

While the teaser didn’t reveal anything the majority of the show’s fans didn’t already know, many of them seem to think another grandchild is on the horizon or, maybe, Matt and his girlfriend, Caryn, are getting married.

What do you think the big news will be?

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