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.
14 year old Jazz is the typical teenage girl balancing friends, family, school and teenage hormones, but Jazz is also transgender. Worried about keeping male puberty at bay, Jazz and her mom visit the doctor to discuss her hormone test results.
When Jazz’s friends suggest hosting a bowling night with some boys, Jazz worries about how she’ll be treated because she is transgender. To help mark her move into high school, Jazz's "baby" room gets a much-needed teenage makeover.
Jazz attends a soccer conditioning clinic where she learns how hard high school will be for her since she is transgender. To help deal with her stress, Jazz sits down with her therapist and reveals her fear that she won’t find love.
As the family heads to Gainesville to help Ari move out of her dorm, Jazz gets a glimpse into what college life has to offer. Griffen and Sander’s friend questions whether being transgender is a choice.
As Jazz’s book signing approaches, she struggles with the pressure of being a role model and Jeanette worries about her daughter’s well-being. Tensions are high as Ari adjusts to living under the same roof as her family again.
Jazz and her siblings arrange a special Mother’s Day surprise for Jeanette; Jazz worries that her siblings think she gets treated like the favorite child.
Jazz wants to explore the dating scene but is still figuring out her own sexuality. Jeanette and Jazz attend a support group with other transgender people who share stories and guidance on transgender dating.
Ari’s friend Zach surprises her with a personal revelation that shocks her and Jazz. Meanwhile, with Ari home for the summer and getting back to her musical roots, she encourages Jazz to join her for an open mic night.
While creating a mermaid tail for an upcoming photo shoot, Jazz comes across a death threat posted online. Jeanette re-examines whether or not the family has acted in Jazz’s best interest over the past few years.
Jazz throws a middle school graduation party and invites a boy who is interested in her. Amid fears of male puberty setting in, Jazz and her parents visit the doctor and are faced with a big decision.
Jazz and her family sit down for a raw, in depth interview. The interview touches on early struggles in Jazz’s transition, how the family responds to their critics, Jazz’s role in the transgender movement and what lies ahead for Jazz and the family.
Jazz learns she needs surgery to avoid male puberty. Jeanette and Jazz decide to confront an anti-trans group that has been targeting the family, resulting in a heated public encounter. The family receives a threatening phone call.
After receiving another threatening phone call, Greg & Jeanette take action to ensure Jazz's safety. Jazz befriends a transgender girl, Noelle, & helps her take a big step in her transition. Jazz visits her therapist & makes a startling revelation.
To prevent Jazz from developing as a man, the Jennings go to California so Jazz can get surgery to replace her expired hormone blocker. Jazz's grandmother confronts a group of old friends and learns their true feelings about Jazz's transition.
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.