Guinness World Records Recognizes TLC Long Running Hit Series
“LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD”
For The Most Episodes Of A Family-Focused Reality Television Show
Airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on TLC
The Roloff family from TLC’s hit series LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD, have a huge honor to celebrate as they head into the final episodes of their 13th season on TLC. The Guinness World Records has officially recognized the series for “The Most Episodes of a Family-Focused Reality Television Show.”
The award was bestowed in May of this year for the 298 episodes having aired as of June 27, 2017. The series is now up to more than 307 episodes.
LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD, which premiered on March 4, 2006, features the Roloff family, parents Matt, Amy and their four children, Zach, Jeremy, Molly and Jacob. Shooting in a suburb outside of Portland, the series chronicles the day-to-day life and adventures at Roloff Farms, where pumpkins are grown and sold by the family. Through the years, viewers had a front row seat as the family expanded, went through ups and downs, celebrated weddings, births and more. In the most recent season, which returned on Tuesday, April 3, the family is seeing more babies and more milestones than ever and the future of the farm and family depend on everyone adapting to major changes that are reshaping the Roloff dynamic every day.
In the final two episodes of this season, Matt makes big strides in his plan to divest from the farm. While Zach & Tori and Jeremy & Audrey enjoy a beach adventure with their little ones, the brothers discuss what's next for their families and the farm. Amy makes up her mind about her own future. And on the season finale, airing on Tuesday June 19 at 9/8c , it's Jackson & Ember's 1st Christmas! As Amy and Matt plan separate holiday parties, Amy hopes her kids will enjoy celebrating with Chris. At Matt & Caryn's party, he shares big news with Zach & Jeremy, bringing the "future" of the farm into the present.
Ratings for LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD continue to climb, recently hitting a season high among W25-54 and powering the network to a top 10 spot among all women nights in May. In May, LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD was a top five most social primetime cable reality program on Facebook nights.
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LITTLE PEOPLE, BIG WORLD is produced by Discovery Studios in association with Gay Rosenthal Productions for TLC.