LITTLE People, Big World viewers have been convinced that the series will get scrapped after its current season, claiming the show is going downhill fast.
The TLC show is currently airing its 23rd season on the network.
Fans think the season might be the show's last as social media users complained about the mundane storylines.
The latest episodes have primarily focused on the feud between patriarch Matt Roloff and his son and daughter-in-law, Zach, 32, and Tori Roloff, 31, after the 60-year-old turned down his son's offer to purchase the family farm.
They have also highlighted the family dynamic since Matt split with his ex-wife Amy, 57, who remarried to Chris Marek last year.
One social media user questioned the show's direction, writing: "This season has been so different and not in a good way. As soon as Zach and Tori are back to being bff's with Matt and Caryn, we'll see them snub Amy and Chris just like old times.
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"Everyone this season sucks except Chris and Jackson. The end is near for this show."
Another agreed, believing that the family drama has been "not interesting."
"Agree. Chris and Jackson are keeping this show on the air. I’m over the Z&T storylines. Their lives are not interesting. Their feud is stupid and self centered. Zach is so angry I feel he’s a danger to his dad honestly," they wrote.
A third echoed the statement: "The problem is they drag out stupid storylines bc nothing else is going on. We had 2 seasons of will Amy sell her share of the farm..and now it’s disgruntled Zach and Tori for being denied by Matt."
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They continued: "The drama between Amy and Matt is a thing of the past, and they have them playing happy exes for a storyline, and it’s annoying to watch. We know they would never be doing this if money weren’t involved.
"The show is forced and redundant. I said it before, but I’d rather watch a show about Amy and Chris doing fun things."
A fourth person chimed in with their thoughts: "You know, we all keep saying the show surely MUST be almost done, but somehow, it keeps being renewed."
A fifth tweeted: "I'm sorry but not even sure why I watch this show. I shut it down last nite and won't watch again. These people are BORING af."
One fan had a change of tune in a tweet about a recent episode: "As staged as this dinner is, it was nice to see Amy genuinely laugh with Matt and Caryn."
The current season of LPBW has also followed Zach and Tori's son, Jackson, five, as he's had issues with his health.
On Tuesday's episode, fans watched the pair contemplate how to handle their son's post-operation struggles.
The toddler underwent what was meant to be a minimally invasive operation to correct bowing in his legs but had a hard time getting back on his feet.
Jackson's concerned parents confessed that they were growing worried about their son, noting that he was not up and walking as much as their doctor suggested.
They revealed in a confessional that Jackson's legs seem "worse," noting that he's turning his feet in more than before.
They suggested he was "overcompensating" and trying to "protect" his ankles after the operation.
As the episode goes on, Tori and Zach's concern grows.
While chatting with his mom Amy, Zach reveals that his son isn't doing as well as expected.
He says that while Jackson wasn't due at the doctor for six months after his operation, Tori was worried and wanted to bring him in.
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Tori says in a confessional: "There is legitimately something wrong. He is not progressing like they said."
In addition to their son Jackson, the couple are also parents to a daughter Lilah, two, and a son Josiah, who they welcomed in April.
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