The Roloff family of Little People, Big World is amazing, but it turns out they are also a world record-breaking family with their reality show. In Touch Weekly shared the details about how their show actually broke a record for the family.
What World Record Did The Roloff Family Break?
The record they broke is for Most Episodes of a Family-Focused Reality Television Show. This is a pretty great record for the family. Matt Roloff shared his thoughts on the record saying, “Little could we have imagined… 13 long years ago that we ‘The Roloff family’ could break a World Record! But we did just that and we are proud of it. This journey has been filled to the brim with the most amazing triumphs and some of the biggest trials. But through it all we learned, we grew and we conquered.”
This family has been through a lot considering that while filming the show Amy and Matt Roloff actually got a divorce. They have continued to be on the show together regardless, which hasn’t been easy, but the viewers want to see both of them and how they are doing. Amy Roloff also sent out thanks to the fans for this record. If they hadn’t continued to watch the show, then they would have never made it here.
The Roloff Family World Record Is Growing
So far, this show had aired 298 episodes when they won the award. As they continue to air new episodes, it is going to be even harder for anyone to beat their new world record. They have aired even more this season already.
You might wonder why 19 Kids and Counting didn’t win this award and that has to do with the big scandal that got the show canceled. They were doing great before that, but now that their show is called Counting On it is a totally different show when it comes to records like this one.
Don’t miss the new episodes of Little People, Big World when they air on TLC.