LITTLE Couple fans believe Dr. Jen Arnold dropped a clue the family is filming a new season following fears the show was axed.

The famous pair previously duked it out with producers in a $7million lawsuit, which is speculated to have contributed to a delay in new episodes.

Jen, 47, took to Instagram to share a photo alongside her husband, Bill Klein, as she smiled wide for the camera while he showed off a grin.

"Guess who's back, back again," Jen captioned the snap, adding various hashtags, including "health" and "checkup."

However, fans took the TV star's caption as a clue that the TLC series may be coming back soon.

One person wrote: "Please tell me show is back on Jen!"

Another added: "New season? Please!" while one chimed in with, "you've been greatly missed."

One viewer simply wrote: "looking forward to a new season!"

Previously, fans speculated The Little Couple had been canceled, as it has been two years since any new episodes were aired.

However, it is believed the lack of a new season is likely due to the pair’s expensive lawsuit with producers.


In July 2020, Jen and Bill, 46, settled their three-year lawsuit against the reality show's producer to reclaim intellectual property rights.

The legal matter started four years prior when producer LMNO Cable Group sued Discovery Communications for $7 million.

In court papers obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, LMNO Cable Group claimed their accountant falsified records to hide hundreds of thousands of dollars in embezzled money.

LMNO and Discovery Communications eventually agreed to a settlement.


While things were settled, the legal rollercoaster wasn't over, as Jen and Bill asked to intervene in the case in May 2017.

According to court papers, the The Little Couple stars believed they were “entitled to a portion of LMNO’s contingent compensation…"

They also alleged in court papers that they felt entitled to a portion of Discovery’s “'adjusted gross revenues' from certain forms of exploitation of the Program."

The reality stars accused LMNO of breach of contract, fraud, unfair competition, conversion and more.

In court papers obtained by The Sun, the parties agreed to mediation and eventually reached a settlement agreement.

The court ordered the lawsuit be dismissed in light of the “successful” mediation and settlement.


The popular series, which debuted in 2009, follows Jen and Bill, who both have skeletal dysplasia.

Fans have seen the ups and downs between the duo, as well as the happy moments, which have included adopting two kids.

Jen and Bill share son Will, 11, and daughter Zoey, nine.

Jen, who is 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.

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