'Little People, Big World' sets a Guinness World Record
The Roloff family received one of the most important titles for their long-running episodes.
Television network TLC took to Twitter to share that their show, Little People, Big World, became the Guinness World Record Title Holders for 'Most Episodes of a Family-Focused Reality Television Show!'
According to the article published on the network's official website, the award was handed over to the Roloff family last month in May recognizing the completion of their 298 episodes that aired as of June 27, 2017.
The show aired first time on television on March 4, 2006. It has completed more than 307 episodes as of yet.
Matt Roloff used the opportunity to state that the entire team could have never believed when they had just started out that they would be able to break a World Record. He then admitted that he was proud of their achievement.
"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," the article quoted him as saying.
The family matriarch, Amy Roloff, also stated her happiness with the show's achievement. Expressing a similar level of shock and excitement to that of Matt, she admitted, "I could not have imagined 15 years 13 seasons later that we filmed Little People, Big World."
She told that the show has not only impacted her life or that of other cast members but also of countless other families.
She took the opportunity to thank different people she has encountered in her life who have inspired her and provided her with different opportunities.
Amy then expressed her gratitude toward everyone who has "watched, supported and encouraged" the Roloff family over the years.
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