TLC’s Biggest Stars: How Much Are They Worth?
TLC started off as “The Learning Channel” and has since expanded into a reality TV dynamo network. Over the past few years, TLC has turned many “regular” people into stars by filming their lives that are anything but regular to viewers. With so many different stories being told, fans have watched loyally each and every season, and now those once regular people are full-fledged reality stars, and their lives have been changed by the fortune that comes with fame. As everyone is well aware, reality stars are not on the same level as other celebrities, which makes many wonder just how much do they get paid to broadcast their lives to the public? For a better idea, check out how much some of TLC’s biggest and most popular stars from shows both past and present are worth!
12. The Roloff’s – Little People, Big World
Estimated Net Worth: $4.5 Million. The Roloff family may have found fame back in 2006 when TLC first premiered Little People, Big World, but they also run a successful family farm. While the Roloff’s were first reportedly paid somewhere between $1500 to $3000 each when the series first began, 18 seasons later it is one of TLC’s most successful shows, and they are being paid accordingly. Business Insider reports that each star earns up to $10,000 episode while Celebrity Net Worth has now split Amy and Matt Roloff’s net worth as $4.5 million!
11. The Busby’s – Outdaughtered
Estimated Net Worth: Unknown. As shows like 19 Kids and Counting and The Willis Family got scratched from TLC due to some serious situations, Outdaughtered has become one of the network’s newest family favorites. Danielle and Adam Busby began sharing their story in 2016 on the series which featured the parents, who already have a daughter Blayke, then welcome the only all-female set of quintuplets. Fans were quick to notice that the couple had a nice house and seemed to be able to care for six children, and five babies, with little financial struggle. While their net worth is unknown, it is estimated they make anywhere from $25,000 to $40,000 per episode which can equal $1 million a year and in addition, Adam reportedly makes over $80,000 a year in his career. In addition to their TLC series, and Adam’s career, they also opened a cycling business, and it is safe to assume that they are very well off.