7 Little Johnstons Season 10 Trailer Teases Some Major Family News

Since 2015, the Johnston family has been featured on the TLC network. "7 Little Johnstons" has been going strong on the network for nine seasons now (via Distractify). Fans have loved following along as the kids have grown up, with some even moving out of their parents' house and exploring life on their own.

The family consists of matriarch Amber Johnston and her husband Trent, who are raising five children, all of whom (per TLC) have Achondroplasia Dwarfism like their parents (via InTouch Weekly). The couple has two biological children, Elizabeth and Jonah, and three adopted children, named Anna, Alex, and Emma.

The show's major storylines are focused on the family's ability to live a normal life despite having dwarfism. Fans have grown attached to them and continue to follow along through all the ups and downs of raising so many children. Now, with the 10th season on the horizon, there might be a hint that the Johnston family has some big news to share.

The Johnston family might be growing

The season 10 trailer for "7 Little Johnstons" features a lot of exciting changes for the Johnston family (via Hollywood Life). In the sneak peek, you see Jonah, the family's eldest son, buying his own home after his parents previously told him he needed to move out. Meanwhile, his sister Elizabeth is celebrating her second anniversary with her boyfriend, Brice.

In the trailer, Brice gushes, "What I see in the future for me and Liz is us just living the rest of our lives together." He added, "These two years with her have been nothing but amazing."

However, it's not only the children of Trent and Amber who are making some major changes. The parents might be looking to expand their family. According to TV Shows Ace, the Johnstons might be looking into adopting another child. You can expect to see the Johnstons' meeting an older child on a video call in the upcoming season. Since it is harder for older children to get adopted, especially those with conditions like dwarfism, the Johnston family feels called to expand their family when they can.