Little People, Big World wrapped up its latest season last Tuesday night.
But the finale didn’t mark the end of the ongoing feud between Matt Roloff and his son Zach.
This episode was filmed a few months ago as Roloff Farms was celebrating pumpkin season, the busiest and most prosperous time of the year.
However, Zach and his wife Tori did not participate or help.
And what is the basis for this cynicism?
Matt’s decision in May was to put part of his property up for sale first…and on social media, he first tried to make a deal to give his children a deal. said they to buy it.
Zack didn’t just call BS about this allegation.
He called his dad outright…as a cowardly manipulator!
Since then, as we’ve witnessed in the last few installments of Little People, Big World, there’s been extreme tension between Zack, Tori, Matt, and Matt’s girlfriend Caryn Chandler.
Last time I checked, little had changed between father and son.
And now, an insider tells The Sun that the rivalry remained long after filming wrapped.
“Matt and Caryn are truly disappointed in this feud. They never imagined it would turn out like this,” the publication claims.
Additionally, according to this source, Matt and Caryn have recently downplayed the example Zach and Tori are setting for their three young children.
“They never publicly condemn parenting, but there are some things they would never do, like keep their kids away from their grandparents.”
TLC has yet to green light a new season of Little People, Big World.
Speculation is rampant that Chandler won’t be part of the cast if he returns.
Could Tori and Zak’s time on the series be running out as well?
“Zack and Tori have already grown more and more distant, and their future on the show looks uncertain, especially now that they’re in Washington,” Sun adds in this latest report.
Much more important, of course, is the couple’s relationship with Matt and his loved ones.
But I doubt this will improve anytime soon.
He concluded The Sun by citing both Matt’s and Caryn’s stance of the moment.
“They don’t apologize first because they feel hurt, but they want to get together and just sit back and take responsibility for their part.
“They want a full reunion and hope things get back on track before it’s too late.
“Things have really gotten worse in the last few months.”