New TLC Series 'Little People Big World: Wedding Farm' to Premiere November 13

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October 5th, 2012

via press release:


New series to premiere November 13 at 9/8c


Los Angeles, CA – The Roloff family returns with an all-new weekly series, following as Matt and Amy open and operate a new wedding venue on their recently expanded Oregon-based farm. Throughout the 6 hour-long episodes, viewers will be invited along as the couple tackles one of their biggest challenges ever – working together to make other couple’s dreams come true. From refurbishing a historic barn to helping plan every perfect detail, the family will battle everything from uncooperative weather to cake catastrophes. The new series will also go back into the family home to share their day-to–day lives, including Molly preparing to leave for college, and Matt & Amy’s impending 25th wedding anniversary.


LITTLE PEOPLE BIG WORLD: WEDDING FARM will air Tuesdays at 9/8c, starting November 13.


Since TLC’s groundbreaking LITTLE PEOPLE BIG WORLD ended its six-season run in 2010, the family has been featured in a collection of specials, keeping their fans up to date on the latest developments and milestone moments. Those specials have averaged 1.5M viewers, underscoring their enduring popularity. The network will continue to produce additional specials that will share the family’s big adventures away from their home and new business venture.


LITTLE PEOPLE BIG WORLD: WEDDING FARM is produced for TLC by Gay Rosenthal Productions. Executive Producers are Gay Rosenthal, Joe Freed, Sven Nilsson, Amy Roloff, and Matt Roloff.



About TLC

TLC is a global brand that celebrates extraordinary people and relatable life moments through innovative nonfiction programming. A top 10 cable network in key female demos, TLC hasbuilt successful franchises around the Cake Boss and Say Yes to the Dress brands. In 2011, TLC had 28 series averaging 1.0 million P2+ viewers or more including Sister Wives, My Strange Addiction, Extreme Couponing, Toddlers & Tiaras, 19 Kids and Counting, What Not To Wear and Long Island Medium.


TLC is available in more than 99 million homes in the US and more than 227 million households in nearly 150 markets internationally. A destination online, offers in-depth fan sites, exclusive video content, and original editorial covering style, home, food, and more. Fans can also interact with TLC via On Demand services, on mobile platforms, including an iPhone App, and through social media such asFacebook or @TLC on Twitter. TLC is part of Discovery Communications (NASDAQ: DISCA,DISCB, DISCK), the world's number one nonfiction media company reaching more than 1.5 billion cumulative subscribers in 209 countries and territories.



  • Herb Finn

    Meanwhile, TLC won’t return Kate’s phone calls :)

  • psychic

    @Herb Finn:

  • Coolio Jackson

    I watched the Roloff’s Vacation special on TLC and it reminded me how good TLC used to be. The Roloff’s are a lovely, real and flawed family. I hope this venture is a success.

  • Calibeach

    Why are they bringing this awful family back. Come on TLC you can do better than that. The father is a big jerk. All he does is sit there and tell everyone what to. Then he sits back and brags about his projects, as if he actually got his hands dirty. The mother, I can take or leave her, what I can’t stand is the piggy behavior. They have this beautiful home and the treat it like a pig stye. They eat with their mouths open, and are just plain piggy. The daughter is the only one, that I think is normal and decent in that family. Give me little couples any day. They are sweet, smart, and cute. I love the way Jen decorates, they have class, and they have respect in their marriage. The Roloffs running a wedding show? That’s pretty ironic, since they can’t stand each other. That was another gripe I had about their show…the constant bickering and lack of respect towards each other. What next TLC,Kate plus 8 and a bodyguard?

  • Mom

    Who are you to judge anyone Calibeach. Sounds like you are just a little jelous. Where do you live in a fantasy world. Oh wait you have to be rich and have class to be worthy to live here. I don’t like your rude comments sounds like you need to come out of your fantasy world. This family is a display of what hard working families go through. People who have not struggled, bickered, or had hardship in their lives are not very smart if you ask me. You are just jelous get over your rich classy self. You put your pants on just like everyone else and it sounds like you need to get your hands dirty and do some real work yourself.

  • Alison

    i want my wedding to be at the roloff farms…who do i contact for that?? i couldnt find a website.. that would be awesome!!!!!

  • Tara Moore

    The season debut of LPBW made me very sad. It is very clear that Amy absolutely cannot stand Matt. I’ve seen this in the past, but she can’t even hide it anymore. Matt finally realizes it and is getting a little fed up, but nothing can bring his ego down. I kept wondering why in the world Amy agreed to this show and it’s got to be for money so she can save up enough to leave Matt and live on her own. I feel sorry for the kids – especially Molly and Jacob. Did the dog pass away?

  • Dave

    This show is hardly a reality series about the stuggle of little people anymore, I remember the first show when it aired and Amy asked Matt for 20 dollars for gas, now thats reality! Now its all about Mercedes cars, Huge costly projects and renovation and their biggest struggle is deciding which expensive trip to take. I love the Roloffs but throwing large sums of money around does not make a reality show and its a bit sad, But on a postive note its great for the family keep making the loot, because I would do the exact same thing.

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