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About Return to Amish
It stands to reason that TLC wants to “return to Amish.” The network got considerable traction by documenting Amish and Mennonite lifestyles and how they contrast with others today, beginning in 2012 with “Breaking Amish,” its highest-rated freshman series. The profiled young men and women experienced unfamiliar cities, including New York, and now they have returned to their roots. The spinoff “Return to Amish” features some of those people — Abe, Jeremiah, Rebecca and Sabrina — back in Pennsylvania, where they become reacquainted with traditions while having life-changing experiences like marriage and pregnancy.
RETURN TO AMISH tells the stories of the ex-Amish as they try to establish lives outside of the insular world in which they grew up. Jeremiah and his wife Carmella are back, with Jeremiah on the hunt for his biological family, but false leads and tragedy threaten to derail his search. Sabrina returns as well, and this time she’s juggling a fourth pregnancy and her relationship with the father, Jethro, and also celebrating a year of sobriety. Viewers will be introduced to Rosanna and Maureen as they leave their tight-knit Amish communities for the first time, traveling to join Jeremiah, Carmella and Sabrina to experience many “firsts” in the non-Amish world. Rosanna’s sheltered life hasn’t prepared her to deal with the stress of the English, or non-Amish, world, but she’s determined to soak up her new surroundings. Maureen is similarly excited to experience the English world, and a budding relationship has the potential to help her acclimate even faster. Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #ReturnToAmish. RETURN TO AMISH is produced for TLC by Hot Snakes Media.