Little People, Big World’s Zach Roloff Worries in Season 10 Premiere Sneak Peek About His Parents Starting to Date

Don’t bet the farm on it. Zach and Jeremy Roloff discuss the fragile state of their family’s livelihood in Little People, Big World‘s spring premiere on Tuesday, May 10, as seen in Us Weekly‘s exclusive sneak peek.

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In the TLC series’ preview clip, the 26-year-old twin brothers chat about how close each of them are to starting families of their own. Both brothers agree that having kids would help ensure that there are more people to look after their parents’ farm.

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“The future of the farm is uncertain — it’s nerve-racking,” Zach tells the camera. “We would have nowhere for our kids to run around.”

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The siblings also point out that their parents, Matt and Amy, may find it tough to continue their professional relationship following their 2015 divorce.

“I think there’s an expiration date to how long they can work together like this,” Zach continues. “If one of them openly starts dating, I think that would be the breaking point.”

Watch the melancholic clip in the video above.

Little People, Big World airs on TLC Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET.

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