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‘Little People, Big World’ Season Finale Ratings Break Series Records

Episode in which Jeremy Roloff got married caps off TLC series’ highest rated season

Tuesday’s episode of “Little People, Big World” garnered 2.3 million total viewers for TLC and broke some series ratings records. It was the eighth season finale of the long-running reality series.

The special episode, which featured the marriage of Jeremy Roloff to his long-time girlfriend Audrey Botti, was the highest rated episode in six years with Women 25-54. It also ranked No. 1 on cable in the 10 p.m. timeslot with Women 18-49 and the younger-skewing Women 18-34.

See video: ‘Little People, Big World': Matt and Amy Reflect Ahead of Jeremy’s Wedding

The dramatic wedding finale capped off the series’ most-watched season ever. It averaged 1.9 million viewers per episode.

Over the season’s five-episode run, viewers watched the whole process leading up to the wedding from Jeremy’s announcement of his intention to propose to Audrey through the actual proposal and then culminating with the Sept. 23 ceremony at the family’s Hillsboro, Ore. farm.

See photos: TLC’s ‘Little People, Big World’ Star Jeremy Roloff’s Wedding Filmed on Saturday

Next up, Jeremy’s twin brother Zach will marry his girlfriend Tori Patton on a future season or special of the show.

Produced for TLC by Gay Rosenthal Productions, “Little People, Big World” also stars parents Matt and Amy Roloff, daughter Molly and youngest child, Jacob.