The Roloffs give a select group of "Little People, Big World" superfans the opportunity to join them on the farm for an up-close and personal question and answer session and a day filled with spirited games to test their knowledge!
Meet the Browns, a seemingly regular family on the outside, but with a twist once you step inside their home. We also learn this extraordinary family is on the verge of another huge change that could transform the family’s dynamic forever.
Jazz Vlog: Outfest 2015
Jazz has five favorite things at the moment, so she recorded a vlog to show us.
The Johnston family answers viewers’ burning questions! From their personal stories to behind-the-scenes footage, they will tackle it all. We will showcase never-before-seen footage, favorite moments, and the family’s personal home movies.
After Trent attempts to highlight Amber's hair, she realizes that it's time for a professional makeover. Meanwhile, Alex is suffering back pain and meets with doctors to determine if he needs surgery.
It’s the last day of school and all are excited except Alex, who has a crush on his teacher. To stave off summer boredom, Trent and Amber take the kids on a vacation, but Jonah’s attitude threatens to ruin everyone’s fun.
The Johnstons bathroom renovation leads to extra stress on both the family dynamics and Trent and Amber’s relationship. Meanwhile, Emma has signed up for cheerleading camp. Will she be able to overcome her shyness in time for the performance?
Summers in Georgia are miserably hot, but when the Johnstons are invited to a pool party, Amber knows some of the family needs swimming lessons. Alex and Emma take lessons, but Trent insists he knows how to swim, despite Amber’s doubts.
The Johnston’s van has 300,000 miles, no air conditioning & no one in the family wants to ride in it. After a miserable trip to pick peaches, everyone decides it’s time to say goodbye. Emma is turning ten and she gets to have a roller skating party!
Alex’s routine MRI on his back turns serious when he stops breathing while under sedation, which terrifies Amber. Meanwhile, the family disagrees on whether or not they should adopt goats.
Amber’s biological dad plans to visit for the first time in five years, and Amber is nervous. The family plans on having a yard sale, but Trent is too nostalgic and doesn’t want to sell anything.
Amber heads to the beach with her adopted dad, Trent & the kids. A stop at her aunt’s house raises questions about what her biological dad really thinks of her. Is Amber ready to face the truth or will she be able to live her dream of having 2 dads?
With summer coming to an end and school starting soon, Trent wants the family to have one more memory making adventure. Against Amber’s better judgment, the family heads out to go camping..in August..in Georgia.
As little people, the Johnstons are used to having many surgeries. But ever since Alex stopped breathing while under anesthesia during his recent MRI, the family has become more nervous about his upcoming tonsillectomy.
Jonah and Anna are both put to the test- Jonah needs his driver’s license, and Anna needs her learner’s permit. Meanwhile, Alex is diagnosed with central apnea and undergoes an MRI to find out whether he needs brain surgery.
Buddy Valastro makes seemingly impossible cakes at Carlo’s Bake Shop all with the help of his family. When you’re working with family on a daily basis, there’s bound to be drama. The Valastro’s know drama, but at the end of the day, there’s nothing like famiglia.
Follow Abe, Rebecca Sabrina and Jeremiah, now back in Pennsylvania, and Kate, working in NYC, as they continue to acclimate to their new lives. Can this family of Amish and former Amish misfits ban together in their journey or will it all fall apart?
Controlled chaos is just part of the daily routine for Kate Gosselin and her eight children. Follow the incredible family as the kids get older and tackle new adventures.
Bill Klein and Jen Arnold are just like your average couple – except they’re both under 4 feet tall! They’ve faced not only the struggles of two little people in an average-sized world, but are starting a family with their two adorable, adopted children.
Comedy queen Leah Remini is proving that real life is funnier than fiction. Joined by her fun-loving, unfiltered family and friends, Leah’s world is occasionally outrageous, but always filled with love.
At first glance, the Browns are a typical big American family, but as patriarch Kody explains; “I fell in love, fell in love again, and then again, and then again.” This is a look at the polygamist lifestyle of Kody Brown, his 4 wives, and their extraordinary family.
Take a trip with top celebrities as they navigate through incredibly personal journeys to unlock the mysteries of their ancestors. Whether inspiring, courageous, or tragic, what’s discovered is sure to change each participant’s life forever.
Jazz Jennings is the typical 14 year old girl in all ways but one, Jazz was born a boy. Her supportive family accepted Jazz as a girl at a young age, but with her teenage years upon them, they're in for a whole new set of challenges.
Dan and Michelle Hamill are not raising the typical American family: the couple, son Jack, and twin girls Cate and Cece are all little people! Growing up in an average-sized world is not easy, but they are ready to guide their kids every step of the way.
The Johnstons are an average American family of seven except everyone is a little person. Distinguished from others as they only depend on each other to prove size doesn't matter. They juggle family and health issues in the middle of a home renovation.
Online dating, mobile apps, and matchmaking through friends may be viable options for some, but not all. When the modern ways of dating don’t work, four singles go to the two people who know them best—their parents—in hopes of finding their soulmates and walking down the aisle.
Follow four couples as they experience the challenges and joys of new parenthood. Whether it’s the demands of quadruplets, a volatile unmarried relationship, pushy extended families, or work/life balance, Rattled examines how baby changes everything.
Follow the touching stories of people who have suffered a lifetime of separation and are yearning to be reunited with their birthparents and biological families or find children they had to place for adoption long ago.
Imagine living with one of the rarest medical conditions in the world; having no one to confide in who understands the pain, struggles, and isolation of everyday life. In Two In A Million two people who share the same medical struggles will meet.
Follow five single fathers searching to find not only love in their lives, but also a woman willing to love their children. These single dads and women have dated via phone, text and email but have never met in person. Could they be a match made in heaven?
Meet the Busby Family, which includes mom Danielle, dad Adam, 4-year old daughter Blayke, and 5 baby girls. 40 bottles a day, 420 diapers a week and feedings every 3 hours became the new normal for Danielle & Adam when they welcomed home the only all-female set of quintuplets.