TLC has announced that "Little People, Big World" will end its run after the show's upcoming sixth season.

The show stars parents Matt and Amy Roloff — both little people — and their children, Jeremy, Zach, Molly, and Jacob. "Little People, Big World" first bowed in 2006, and helped relaunch TLC's focus toward people with unusual stories (along with the now-infamous "John and Kate Plus 8").

“Through 'Little People, Big World,' the Roloffs have touched the hearts and enlightened the minds of millions of people worldwide,” said Eileen O’Neill, President & GM, TLC. “Its groundbreaking premiere introduced us all to the realities of being a little person, and we thank Matt & Amy and their family for their courage and willingness to share their lives.”

Gay Rosenthal Productions produces "Little People, Big World." Gay Rosenthal, Paul Barrosse, Joseph Freed, Nicholas Caprio, and Jeffrey L. Weaver are EPs.

"Little People, Big World" returns for its last season starting September 6 at 8 p.m.

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