"Little People, Big World" Season 8 is a docu-drama on TLC that follows the Roloffs, an extraordinary family comprised of both little and average-height people, capturing their everyday successes and struggles, and presenting an intimate view of life as a little person.

Matt Roloff is the big-dreaming dad, and Amy Roloff is the practical mom. They have four kids: Zach, Jeremy, Molly and Jacob. Both parents are little people, while Zach Roloff is the only one of their kids that also has dwarfism. Teenagers Zach and Jeremy Roloff are fraternal twins. They all take on life's adventures from their farm in Portland, Oregon.

Season 8

The Roloffs go back to their roots as children Jeremy, Zack, and Molly join Jacob at home for the summer, reuniting the family on the farm for the first time in two years. Matt and Amy will enlist the help of the kids as they expand the business and gear up for pumpkin season. All hands are on deck as the family works together to plan the most memorable weddings for four new couples who intend to tie the knot at Roloff Farms.

This season will explore a familiar family dynamic with everyone back on the farm, providing viewers with an intimate picture of the Roloffs, a family they have grown to know and love over the past seven years. Patriarch Matt will be faced with some health issues that could put his ability to run the farm in jeopardy. And he, Amy and the children will also support one another as they deal with an upsetting diagnosis for another member of the family. Then, as the summer comes to an end and the kids head back to college, Matt and Amy find themselves alone once again reevaluating their relationship.

Season 9

The new season follows as everyone learns to adapt to these new dynamics and move forward with each of their lives. Despite the marital struggles of his parents, the premiere episode features Jeremy planning his proposal to his long-time girlfriend Audrey — kicking off a season-long celebration as they prepare to get married.

Even with their challenges, Matt and Amy remain focused on raising their children and managing the farm, but also start to live their lives apart. Amy fires up her passion for cooking with a pop-up restaurant, while Matt's imagination is sparked when Jeremy announces that he'd like to get married at home. But, in each of their own ways, Matt and Amy work to maintain a positive connection, sharing time together and planning a family getaway to have all of the Roloffs reconnect in the face of so many changes.

The focus returns to the farm as the annual pumpkin season is on the horizon, as well as the family getting swept up in all of Jeremy's wedding preparations. But theirs won't be the only nuptials in the works when Zach also announces his intention to get engaged to his girlfriend, Tori. As the next generation prepares to start their new lives, Matt and Amy must reflect on the history of their marriage and the future of their relationship. The season culminates as Audrey walks down the aisle and into the Roloff family.

Season 11

In the new season, Matt and Amy Roloff prepare to sign their final divorce papers, and new tensions arise like never before seen on the show. As they embrace their four kids getting older and leading lives of their own, they attempt to live on the same property while managing emotional and operational challenges in order to keep Roloff Farms in the family.

This season we find Zach and Tori merging their lives together as newlyweds while Jeremy and Audrey settle into their new home in Bend, Oregon. Molly's graduation approaches and she contemplates her future after college. But Matt and Amy are headed for the biggest change of all as their divorce will become final.

Amy seeks to redefine herself in this new phase of her life and decides to not only make over her kitchen but also her appearance. She throws a dinner party on the farm with dear friends and even considers getting a tattoo to commemorate what she calls her "second act." Matt tries to recapture good times with Jeremy and Zach by taking them on a boys' camping trip, but feels his mortality when he is forced to confront long-standing health issues.

"Little People, Big World" is produced by Gay Rosenthal Productions.

"Little People, Big World's" Jeremy Roloff Is Married!
Little People, Big World's Jeremy Roloff Weds Audrey Mirabella Botti
Jeremy Roloff Marries Audrey Mirabella Botti: Little People, Big World Wedding Photo
"Little People, Big World's" Zach Roloff Is Engaged
Little People, Big World Season Premiere: Matt And Amy Roloff Take 'Huge Risk,' Live Separately
After 26 Years of Marriage, the Stars of Little People, Big World Are Separating
Marriage Crisis for 'Little People, Big World' Stars: Relationship Is 'Rough, Rough, Rough'
Creative Minds: Gay Rosenthal of 'Push Girls'
'Little People, Big World' Holiday Special: Jeremy's Homecoming and Dad's 50! (Exclusive Video)
Little People, Big World Is Coming Back!


Network: TLC
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: March 4, 2006
Seasons: 11
Production Company: Gay Rosenthal Productions

'Little People Big World' Walks Down the Aisle — Premiering Tuesday, September 2, the new season of the TLC reality docu-series kicks off with Jeremy Roloff proposing to Audrey Botti and culminates with their wedding. Read more...
'Little People, Big World' Season 8 Reunites Roloff Family — Premiering Tuesday, October 29, the new season of the TLC reality series returns with three of the Roloff children coming home for the summer, reuniting the family for the first time in two years. Read more...
The Roloffs Return in 'Little People Big World: Wedding Farm' — Premiering Tuesday, November 13, the new TLC series follows Matt and Amy as they open and operate a new wedding venue on their recently expanded Oregon-based farm. Read more...

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