Little People, Big World Zach Roloff Was Under Stress While Filming The TLC Show!

Zach Roloff

Little People, Big World star Zach Roloff admitted he was stressed while filming the reality series. Earlier this year, Zach and his wife Tori Roloff announced their departure from the TLC show. They wanted to distance themselves from the Roloff family.

Since then, the couple released their podcast called Raising Heights. The pair typically talks about marriage, parenting, and family life. They also incorporate other topics such as body image issues and mental health.

In a recent episode, the father of three admitted feeling stressed with filiming. Being on the show wasn’t always as fun as it looked. Keep on reading to learn more.

Little People, Big World: Zach Roloff and Tori Roloff Quit

Zach and Tori Roloff changed the scope of the show when they announced their exits from the show. The couple revealed they were leaving after Season 25. They decided not to return after the final season. They also suggested that the producers didn’t ask them back.


Little People, Big World fans were shocked by this news. They wondered what would happen to the future of the franchise. It’s impossible to see the show continue without Amy and Matt’s children.

Some fans wondered if it was because of Zach Roloff’s relationship with Matt. The father-and-son duo were estranged after the sale of a portion of Roloff Farm fell through. Matt felt blindsided by his father. He also had trouble accepting the patriarch’s new relationship with Caryn Chandler.

Zach and Tori are now focused on their joint podcast. However, it’s not the same as watching them on episodes of LBPW. Regardless, Raising Heights is now the top podcast among the fanbase. The duo gives fans a behind-the-scenes sneak peek at their lives, away from the cameras.


Zach Roloff Opens Up About Filming

Zach Roloff revealed what filming the show was really like. The more he spent in front of the camera, the more stressed he felt. He grew up in front of TLC production. He admitted it was weird for the cameras to follow their every move.

“It was odd because there was always this expectation that I should be doing something right now,” Zach explained. “When people say reality television, I always think there’s a little caveat there because, at the end of the day, these people are paying for a crew to be there.”

Zach Roloff admitted that while filming the show was “fun at times,” it was also a “very stressful” experience. There were moments when he “could not stand it.” He likened it to a “fishbowl effect.”

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