The Roloff family just made history with 'Little People, Big World'
The Roloff family entered the Guinness Book of World Records for “The Most Episodes of a Family-Focused Television Show.”
Little People, Big World broke the record for filming most episodes based on the Roloff family. The show aired its 298th episode on June 27, 2017, to break the record.
According to People, the number of episodes was already beyond 307. The matriarch of the Roloff family, Amy Roloff expressed her gratitude on to the family's loyal fans and followers that helped them achieve the feat.
She posted a photo of the family on Instagram holding the Guinness World Record certificate on Monday. She said that the family would not have accomplished the milestone if not for their friends, fans, supporters, and encouragers
The show has been on the air for over 15 years and has completed 13 seasons with the Roloff family as the center of attention.
'Little People, Big World' beat shows like Kim Kardashian's Keeping Up With The Kardashians and the Duggar family's 19 Kids and Counting.
Keeping Up With The Kardashians has about 212 episodes while 19 Kids and Counting reached 227 episodes before it was it was canceled after Josh Duggar's sexual misconduct scandal broke out, as reported by In Touch Weekly.
It is unclear how long Little People, Big World will continue to air. The family has undergone a lot of stress in recent times.
The main attraction of the show, Matt and Amy Roloff, got divorced in 2016 but continued to work together.
Matt started to date his farm manager Caryn Chandler and has decided to move to Arizona with her. On the other hand, Amy started to date businessman Chris Marek who moved in with her.
Matt and Amy opened up on the show about the difficulty they face when running a business together despite being divorced.
Amy confessed that she did not know how long she could keep up with the dynamics of their relationship. Read more about the Roloff family on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.