04:51 PM EDT 10/17/2014
Originally posted 03/18/2014 11:35AM
Kate and her eight are heading back to where it all started – for one night only.
It's been more than two years since TLC viewers have peered into the lives of Kate Gosselin and her sizable Pennsylvania brood, and in June the cable channel that launched the family into reality show superstardom will air a one-hour special catching up viewers on their lives, PEOPLE confirms exclusively.
The special promises to touch on how all eight kids have grown, what their interests are currently and the latest on Kate's life and career. Viewers will also get a look back at some of the Gosselins' favorite memories. The sextuplets – Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah, and Joel – are nearly 10, while older sisters Mady and Cara are officially teenagers at 13.
Originally posted 03/14/2014 08:30AM
Why is Leah Remini doing a reality show? Because she's not so different from you – and yes, because she's funny.
"People tell us, 'You guys are funny.' Other people find us entertaining, so we thought, 'Let's do it,' " the former King of Queens actress tells PEOPLE of her plans to star with her family in an as-yet-untitled TLC show this summer.
"My family is not so different from the rest of America," she adds. "I think people love to see that, oh, just because she's on television and in Hollywood, I can still relate to her."
Remini, 44, who has made headlines recently for her high-profile exit from the Church of Scientology, will be joined on the show by her husband Angelo and their daughter Sofia, 9. And Sofia, in particular, is ready for her close-up, mom says with a laugh.
Originally posted 03/12/2014 11:00AM
After 26 years together, Little People, Big World stars Matt and Amy Roloff have separated – but they won't be far apart.
"Though we have weathered many storms together, we recently made the tough decision to engage in a trial separation," they tell PEOPLE exclusively.
"Matt remains living on the farm in our guest house and we work together everyday on the farm, on our business endeavors and most importantly, raising our amazing children."
The Roloffs and their four children – twins Jeremy and Zack, 23, Molly, 20, and Jacob, 17 – starred in the reality series Little People, Big World, which chronicled the daily lives of the six-member family, three of whom were diagnosed with dwarfism.
Originally posted 02/19/2014 08:40AM
The newest addition to the family of Dr. Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein of TLC's hit reality show The Little Couple is ready for her close-up.
"She is a very strong personality," says Arnold with a laugh. "She is a happy girl."
Originally posted 12/11/2013 08:00AM
With husband Bill Klein by her side, Jen Arnold, star of TLC's The Little Couple is opening up about her fight to get well after her shocking cancer diagnosis exclusively with PEOPLE.
"There are moments I feel just terrible," says Arnold. "I can't believe it is happening. Other times, I feel like this is just a bump in the road."
While Arnold and Klein, both 39, were in India to pick up their daughter Zoey, 2, along with son Will, 3, adopted earlier this year from China, Arnold began bleeding. She contacted her OB-GYN and made the difficult decision to return home to Houston while Klein stayed behind with their kids and nanny to finalize Zoey's paperwork.
Originally posted 12/06/2013 11:45AM
Vowing to fight her rare form of cancer, Jen Arnold, star of TLC's The Little Couple, has decided to let cameras document her ordeal.
"TLC has chronicled Bill and Jen's lives since 2009 and at their request, we will be following them through this challenge," a TLC spokesperson tells PEOPLE. "Jen is a doctor and teacher and she saw this as an opportunity to educate and possibly help, through sharing her story."
Arnold, 39, is a neonatologist at Texas Children's Hospital where she serves as medical director of the Pediatric Simulation Center and an assistant professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine.
She is "currently undergoing treatment, including surgery and chemotherapy," she told PEOPLE Thursday.
Originally posted 12/06/2013 08:00AM
Jen Arnold, star of the hit TLC series The Little Couple, is battling a rare form of cancer.
The Houston-based neonatologist, 39, and her husband Bill Klein, 38, are parents to son Will, 3, whom they adopted from China, and daughter Zoey, 2, whom they recently brought home from India.
But what should have been a time of joy and celebration for the reality stars has been bittersweet, as Arnold reveals in an exclusive statement to PEOPLE.
Originally posted 08/31/2013 10:30AM
Move over Sister Wives, there's a new polygamous family in town.
My Five Wives is TLC's latest foray into the world of polygamy. The one-hour special profiles Brady Williams, his five wives and 24 children, who all live together on a large family property outside of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Brady and his wives maintain that they practice polygamy not only for religious reasons, but also out of mutual love and commitment to each other. They are estranged from their church and therefore shunned by their community and many family members, but the Williams family believes the sacrifices are worth it.
Originally posted 07/01/2013 04:45PM
From Breaking Amish to breaking out of her clothes.
Kate Stoltzfus, one of the stars of TLC's reality series, Breaking Amish, is showing off what she once masked under her traditional Amish clothes on Maxim.com.
Wearing cut off shorts and a denim bustier in one shot and a tank top and short leather skirt in another, the aspiring model struts her stuff for the camera.
Originally posted 06/14/2013 01:30PM
Goodbye milking cows, hello Hollywood.
Breaking Amish is back, and an all-new cast is leaving behind their old-fashioned communities to test out modern life in Los Angeles – and decide whether to remain part of the "English," or return to their Amish and Mennonite roots.
In this exclusive first look at the new season of the hit TLC show (below), the new cast members are still at home but explain to cameras and family members why they feel compelled to step out of their current lives to try something new – at the risk of being shunned by their families.
"It's just really hard to feel like you're trapped in a box," says Lizzie, 21. "No matter what you do, you can't get out."
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