Diminutive husband and wife Matt and Amy Roloff will have their own spinoff series starting on Tuesday, November 13 on TLC. 50-year-old Matt and 48-year-old Amy, who both stand at 4’1” due to dwarfism, became famous through the reality show Little People, Big World, which ran for six seasons between 2006 and 2010. The new spinoff, apparently, will be known as Wedding Farm.
Celebuzz reported this week that the spinoff would focus on Matt and Amy Roloff’s new farm-based business, where the couple would restore an old barn and convert it into a wedding facility. According to Mr. and Mrs. Roloff, this was their original idea, and not one that was spurred on by TLC. Matt said that the wedding venue project “was a business plan that we put together during our off time from the show. And this was how we were going to justify the purchase of the investment of that farm.” He added that he “likes to build projects” and that this particular project would be one where he and Amy would be able to collaborate on successfully. For her part, Amy said that she would be able to “help with people’s ideas and really getting them to utilize the venue.”
Although Little People, Big World no longer exists as a series, the Wedding Farm spinoff would ensure that viewers get to see the continuing lives of Matt and Amy Roloff, as they strive to make their business venture succeed. There’s still no word as to whether the Roloff kids will play a significant role in the new series. 22-year-old Zach is the only Roloff child who suffers from dwarfism. Zach’s twin brother Jeremy, 22, Molly, 19, and Jake, 15, are all of average or above-average height.