TLC has not shared a premiere date for Season 23 of “Little People, Big World” yet, but the network also hasn’t announced that the show is being canceled. Before the COVID-19 pandemic delayed filming of the 21st season, which premiered in September 2020, new seasons usually started airing in the spring. This was the case for Seasons 19, 20, and 22, so fans can likely expect Season 23 to be released in March, April, or May of 2022 if the show is renewed.
Fans may want to also keep a close eye on the cast members’ social media pages for updates on the reality series. On her Instagram Story, Amy Roloff let her followers know that she was filming Season 21 by talking about how the pandemic was affecting production (via The Sun).
There are at least three big storylines the show could follow for Season 23: Tori Roloff’s tease that she plans on trying to get pregnant again, the possibility of Matt proposing to his girlfriend Caryn Chandler, and Amy’s wedding at the farm. When Amy and her now-husband, Chris Marek, tied the knot on August 28, they got their own splashy People exclusive. “I am just elated. I’m happy. I’m thrilled that I have found someone to spend the rest of my days with,” Amy told the outlet. The story also broke some big news: Viewers can watch the wedding when TLC airs a special sometime this fall.