Saturday, August 16, 2014

Little People, Big World On TLC Returns Sept 2nd.

A new set of Little People, Big World episodes featuring the Roloff family will begin airing on TLC September 2nd, 2014 at 10:00pm.

The first of a five episode season centers around Jeremy Roloff's engagement to Audrey Botti.

Jethro Nededog at thewrap.com had an article about the episode including a video preview clip.


In the video, Jeremy and Zach have a conversation via Skype for the cameras, Jeremy informs Zach about his plans to ask Audrey to marry him.


 

20 comments:

Angela said...

Jeremy and Audrey are the heart and soul of this show and the reason why it continues. Their faith in Jesus is inspiring.

While Matt and Amy's marriage is failing and Jacob is...just awful! An awful, awful kid. Jeremy and Audrey are the shining lights. They are the reason why I will watch. I can't wait!

Laura said...

I agree, Angela. Thank God for Jeremy.

Paula said...

Congrats to Jer and Aud.

Johnny Reb said...

More saccharine manufactured bs from the Roloff's.

I don't care about Jeremy and Audrey's relationship or impending marriage.

Dan said...

More fake BS from fake "christians".

Podge/Rodge groupie said...

Oh for goodness sake, the heart and soul of the how is Matt's (predominate and pathological need), and Amy's (For exposure of delusions of celebrity) continual and ardent quest for attention and 'notoriety, regardless of what form or nonsensical needless objective is portrayed. So Jeremy and Audrey are being held as the "heart one soul" of the family games day? As the ridiculously scripted weddings? The fort building episode, the World LP games in Belfast, which Matt AND JEREMY skipped out on because it wasn't a good use of their time??
I'm sure Jeremy will stand up as the heart and soul of this total mess. He's very proud I'm sure.

Barbara said...

Jeremy and Audrey are such good role models. I'm looking forward to watching their journey towards a life together for Jesus on these Little People Big World episodes.

Dan said...

Barbara:

Jeremy is a disgusting person who holds repulsive beliefs and thinks far to highly of himself.

He is the perfect example of the Me+ generation of self important spoiled moronic brats.

k has c said...

They are going to be on TV again.....what in the hell for. A bunch of grown up ding bats. Give it up Roloffs!

anonymouse said...

I wonder how this family would of done without TLC$ and the soo called "reality star fame" which the fame bit i think is hilarous. Just another random family who let the dollars and fame *LOL* go to their heads! Put them on the list with Kate and Jon Gosselin. Borrrring!

Anonymous said...

I haven't watched many of the latter episodes as in my opinion Amy showed more and more of her evil ways and was very condensed in to Matt. He had his moments to of being sickening but Amy took the cake along with Zack. Jacob was just a brat but that was a bit normal for his age. Amy sided with Zack because his personality and evilness was just like hers. Molly and Jeremy was sweethearts like their Grandma Rolloff. Amy and Zack were/are a chip off the old mean Amy ' s dad Grandpa Knight block. He was mean and evil and they are just like him.

Ecossais said...

Another 5 episodes? I though we were done with these phonies considering the ratings last season. I for one have no interest in watching/hearing Zach and Jeremy Skype.

Oneeyeswilly said...

TLC........Enough of these Small Minded Roloffs. The only ones watching now are the lonely types who need to live there lives thru others. Way to Christian as well. They right the Christian Train all the way to the bank. Matt sent that first tape about Roloff Farm years ago. I think it was played on Discovery Channel. The kids are small, Matt and Amy are in Love, no Mueller....Made him a Millionaire! Praise be the Almighty Dollar Matt!!

Abby said...

Amy is saying this 5 episode season "may be our last".

Does anyone believe it???


"Wow! It's here already. Our 10th-11th Season of TLC 'Little People BIG World' will air 5 NEW episodes beginning September 2nd, ending with a wedding of our own. Watch the episodes on Tuesdays for it may be our last. Can hardly believe its been 11 seasons, 275 plus episodes later. Watch September 2nd. I Thank you and Appreciate all of you for being a part of it and your support."

Rap541 said...

I kinda do actually although I wouldn't put it past them to air Zach's wedding next year.

The reality is that the fa├žade is becoming difficult. Matt has left Amy. The "wedding business" is clearly a farce and I suspect both Matt and Amy would like to move on.

Brandon said...

Come on Rap. Matt and Amy ready to move on? They love the attention too much. They would do the show until they are 80 if TLC would pay them.

Rap541 said...

I'm being kind :)

Vic Rattlehead said...

Calling the Roloff's attention whores is too charitable a way to describe them.

I for one am sick and tired of this sort of train wreck TV and all of the simpletons who see it and believe that it's "real" when its actually just as scripted fake and melodramatic as an episode of Knot's Landing complete with lame cliff hanger endings and saccharine maudlin soft headed BS.

Anonymous said...

Evil? Please be mindful that this is reality TV. They are encouraged and coached to act in a way that gets attention and generates discussion.

Mike P. said...

". . . . it may be our last."

". . . . we could lose the farm."

Separated at birth?

Anyway, I strongly favor both. But I know better than to believe them—until I see them.