An eighth season began on September 2, 2014, and a ninth season began on July 6, 2015.The show was renewed for a tenth season which premiered in fall 2016. On March 13, 2018, TLC announced the show was renewed for a 14th season to premiere on April 2, 2019.The drama of the show arises because many of these activities are made more challenging due to the height of the little people in the family, as Matt and Amy are 4'1" (124 cm) and Zach is 4'4" (132 cm).Jacob Roloff and family friend Mike Detjen were seriously injured in an accident on the family farm on Saturday, October 28, 2006 (episode aired April 9, 2007), when the family's trebuchet (which they use to launch pumpkins as part of the pumpkin season promotion) prematurely triggered.In 2010, Amy Roloff commented on the beginnings of the show: "TLC came to us about five or six years ago, and so we suddenly realized we were given a great opportunity to educate people about dwarfism.
Zach and Jeremy are fraternal twins; although Jeremy is of normal height, his brother Zach is a little person (3'1", or 94 cm).) Roloff Farms, located north of Hillsboro in Helvetia, Oregon (a suburb of Portland).Lo and behold, a few episodes turned into six seasons.And here we are." The show follows the daily lives of the Roloff family — parents Matt and Amy, and their four children: Zach, Jeremy, Molly, and Jacob.But this show IS Canadian, so i'll just scratch that last part.The only good thing about this show is that some of the characters don't go on all of the adventures. Go watch other shows than this cheap 11-minute commercial for Fisher-Price's Little People toys.