The series is set to return May 11 and will feature the Oregon-based family amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coming up in the next season, Amy Roloff has moved into her new home with fiancé Chris Marek but they are butting heads when it comes to making the space serve both of them.
“It kind of irritates me that I go to the trouble of clearing out a space and I come back and you’ve put stuff in it,” Chris tells her. “You’re not creating space for me.”
The two are also seen planning their wedding day, as Amy, 56, tries on dresses and wonders if the farm could be a possible venue.
While taking scope of the property, Amy is “sandwiched between the old husband and the new husband,” Chris teases in a confessional.
“It seems like Chris and Matt are becoming buddies,” Amy says to viewers. “Like, really?”
Meanwhile, Matt Roloff continues to date girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, who is facing scrutiny as to why she is dating him.
“I think the saddest thing that I deal with with Matt is that people think that I’m with him because, ‘Oh, she must be a gold-digger,'” Caryn tells Tori Roloff. “And it’s like, why do you have to think that?”
“I’m married to the guy that owns a pumpkin patch. How could I not be into it?” she says while sitting next to Matt, 59. “I’m not married, did I say married?” she corrects herself, as Matt laughs: “Yeah, you did.”
And although it’s been five years since Matt and Amy divorced, the time has finally come for them to divide assets pertaining to the family farm. Amy and Matt lived on the property, which they co-owned, for nearly 30 years before their divorce in 2016. The former couple raised twins Jeremy and Zach, 30, daughter Molly, 27, and son Jacob, 24, on the farm.
“Did you hear my dad’s going to buy my mom out?” Zach says to wife Tori while on a walk with their two kids, daughter Lilah Ray, 17 months, and son Jackson Kyle, 3½.
But for Amy, she is not shocked. “I always knew that in the end, he would want it all,” she tells cameras.
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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