DR JEN Arnold shared a sweet photo of her 12-year-old son Will passed out on his keyboard in the middle of a homework assignment as fans hope for a new season.
Fans have been searching for clues of new episodes of The Little Couple as the family stopped filming over two years ago.
Dr Jen, 47, took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of her pre-teen son Will as he took a mid-homework nap on his computer.
The reality star documented her exhausted child as she has continued to homeschool him during the pandemic.
The TV personality captioned her photo: “Some days you just feel like this,” alongside the hashtags: “#Will #tired #work #momsofinstagram #momlife #kidsofinstagram #littlecouple #homeschool #needmoresleep #homework.”
Fans and friends filled the comments with words of encouragement as they called the post “relatable.”
However, some used the opportunity to ask about the TLC show’s return, as it’s been off the air for over two years.
“I miss your family so much. Your show is the feel good show. Your kids are the cutest and sweetest. Are you ever coming back? @jenarnoldmd,” one asked politely.
“We miss y’all !!” another expressed, while a third inquired: “Are you coming back on TLC? We miss your shows.”
“😢 awe I miss y’all show.. please come back,” a final urged.
A FAIR FIGHT
Fans have been on the lookout for clues that Dr Jen, her husband Bill, and their two kids Will and Zoey will soon be returning to television after their $7million lawsuit against producers interrupted filming.
Some believe the mother of two has been dropping hints towards the future of the show, as they’ve finally settled the expensive case.
Earlier this month, Dr Jen shared a selfie alongside her hubby as they smiled wide for the camera.
“Guess who’s back, back again,” she captioned the snap, adding various hashtags, including “health” and “checkup.”
Fans took the message as a clear sign they would soon be returning to the network.
Back in July of 2020, Jen and Bill finally settled their three-year lawsuit against the reality show’s producer to reclaim the intellectual property rights.
The legal matter began in June 2016 when producer LMNO Cable Group sued Discovery Communications for $7 million.
LMNO Cable Group claimed their accountant falsified records to hide hundreds of thousands of dollars in embezzled money, according to the court papers obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.
The battle didn’t end there, though, as Jen, 46, and Bill, 45, asked to intervene in the case in May 2017.
The couple believed they were “entitled to a portion of LMNO’s contingent compensation in The Little People.”
They accused LMNO of breach of contract, fraud, unfair competition, conversion, and more.
The popular series, which began in 2009, followed the couple who both suffer from skeletal dysplasia.
For years fans have watched the ups and downs between the duo, as well as the happy moments, which have included adopting their two kids.
Dr Jen, who works as a neonatologist, has been sharing a lot more pics of her children on social media recently, as she previously revealed that she was working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic.