Matt Roloff Comments on the Uncertain Future of 'Little People, Big World'

The patriarch of the Roloff family on the hit TLC reality TV show shares his thoughts on the possibility of the reality show ending after the season 25 finale.

AceShowbiz - Matt Roloff, the patriarch of the Roloff family on "Little People, Big World", has opened up about the future of the long-running TLC series. With the season 25 finale now behind us, fans are wondering if the show will continue.

In a social media post, Matt addressed the speculation and revealed that the fate of "Little People, Big World" remains uncertain. He explained that several family members, including his ex-wife Amy, son Zach, and his wife Tori, have expressed their desire to move on from filming.

Matt acknowledged that the show has become increasingly difficult to produce as more family members drift away. He believes that the network may be hesitant to announce the series finale officially in order to leave the door open for potential specials in the future.

Despite the uncertainty, Matt expressed his contentment with the journey that the show has taken his family on. He emphasized his belief that "Little People, Big World" has played a significant role in changing society's perceptions of people with dwarfism.

While the future of the series is up in the air, Matt hinted that he and the network may not be ready to say goodbye just yet. He stated, "You never know what the future may bring so if you are me — (and apparently TLC too?) I hate saying goodbye — Only See ya later!"

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