Roloff Family News
Yar Mateys- Roloff Farms invites you to get up close and personal with real modern day Pirates. On Saturday Oct 29, Meet the McKay Pirate Family and their Pirate friends who are featured on the new Reality Show “A Pirates Life.” Come see an authentic pirate encampment, a pirate in a gibbet cage and real pirate parrots. Learn about and see how pirates worked and interacted in the 1700′s: sewing flags, knot tying, chart making, weaponry and more….Get all your questions answered about the Golden Age of Piracy!! And don’t miss out on the cool giveaways and prizes. Exclusive Pirates on the Farm postcards, treasure* for the kids (*while supplies last) and a drawing for pirate swag!! If you post the photos you take with the cast on A Pirate’s Life facebook Page your name will be entered in a drawing to win a “League of Pirates” family board game!!…. lots of amazing opportunity to plunder Mates…….. see you on the 29th…. https://www.facebook.com/piratefamily.
Keep your eyes on the LIVE Web Cam, things are sure to get interesting!
Saturday October 22 is going to be a fun day at the Farm! Bring it on. Show us your stuff. It is time for head to Toe Halloween fun. Guests in costume can enter to win great Roloff Farm Prizes and giveaways! We want to see how creative you can be. You can show off your costume on our Live Web Cam too. Plus more fun ideas are in the works. See you there!
Tune in tonight on TLC for the first Little People Big World Specials.
The network has ordered the Roloff’s back to TV
If after last year’s Little People, Big World series finale, you were concerned about the state of Matt and Amy Roloff’s marriage, or if they decided to sell the farm, and how the older boys, Jeremy and Zach Roloff, are doing as adults, TLC has a solution for your curiosity.
TLC has confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that it has ordered four new specials with the Roloffs. Production has already begun with the first one currently scheduled to air in early October. The first special will address some of the cliffhangers in the series finale.
“The response from the fans since Little People Big World’s finale has been overwhelming, asking how we’re doing and what’s the latest with the kids,” Matt and Amy Roloff say in a joint statement. “These specials are going to be a great opportunity to share our families’ updates with our fans from time to time through the year.”
“Across six seasons, the Roloffs shared unfiltered access to their remarkable lives, and these specials are a great opportunity to update the TLC audience on their latest developments,” says TLC GM, Amy Winter. “Matt and Amy will always be part of our network’s family and we know their fans will be excited to reconnect.”
The reality series was the first to focus on a family comprised of both little and average-sized members. It ran from 2006-2010.
Gay Rosenthal Productions is producing the specials for TLC.
The Adventure Crew is in a huddle. We are working hard to bring you the Biggest and Best Pumpkin Season 2011 ever! Stay tuned…
Breaking News from The Roloff Family:
After an unprecedented 6 seasons and 229 primetime episodes shown around the world, the Roloff family and TLC are announcing the Final season of Little People, Big, World.
“We are very proud of what we have accomplished on behalf of Little People and ALL people of difference. We are honored by TLC’s courage to educate people and break down barriers and stereotypes. We now look forward to sharing and continuing our adventurous life and lessons in the future” said Matt Roloff.
“The show has been an amazing and unforgettable experience for our entire family. Over the past 5 years we have shared the most rewarding journey that will forever be in our hearts. We are gearing up to begin new and exciting adventures as a family and we look forward to starting the next chapter of the Roloffs. We will always be grateful to our TLC family, and most of all, our fans.”
In addition to above, we would also like to express our gratitude to our wonderful production company, Gay Rosenthal Productions, Inc.
We couldn’t have done it without the unshakable support of our Executive Producers and, particularly the day-to-day efforts of our on site film crews and field producers.
Amy and I want to thank our families who gave us support during this crazy adventure. We also want to thank each and every person we met along the way who helped contribute to our successes.
Although saying goodbye is always bittersweet… the excitement of what lies just ahead keeps us focused and inspired.
Stay tuned …. The series is ending for now…. But it’s definitely not over!