Exes Matt and Amy Roloff apparently disagree about the show that made their family famous!
Just as Little People, Big World's new season is set to premiere this Tuesday, April 3, the diminutive ex husband and wife seem to be feuding about the show's tone.
Matt took to Facebook to respond to a fan's comment about the alleged negative editing of the last few seasons of the TLC reality series.
Matt agreed, writing, "I’m not sure we (the Roloff family) can take that kinda of editing much longer. Errrrr," Roloff said on social media.
But Amy thinks differently. She thoroughly celebrated the show, promoting the new season by writing on Instagram, "Woohoo! It’s here. LPBW new episodes. What a season it will be - life being new parents, managing life after divorce and relationships, Farm, learning to work together and always a family. Yep there’ll be some moments but always in telling a story. So hope you’ll be watching NEW episodes of #LPBW, premiering on @TLC Tuesday, April 3rd at 9/8c!"
It's no secret that the two don't see eye to eye as they divorced a few years ago. Some LPBW scenes have shown a lot of tension, which didn't make certain fans happy.
Matt responded via social media, "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."
In fact, a new preview clip for the season shows that Matt and Amy will battle over family farm issues.
Amy's photographer beau revealed to RadarOnline.com that there was a brief feud involving him. "To be honest, Amy was concerned in the beginning about how Matt and I might interact but no concerns about that now. Everything is good. Matt and I get along just fine," Marek said in an exclusive interview.
Still, there is bound to be stress as Matt also has a new significant other--galpal Caryn Chandler.
But as the new season approaches, Amy has proven she still has a cheerleader personality while Matt is down in the dumps about how the show is going. Stay tuned.
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