How Much Do the Roloffs Make Per Episode? ‘LPBW’ Salaries

Are the Roloffs rolling in the dough? The Oregon Family TLC Show, Small people, big world, recently wrapped up its 22nd season, hence them duty do bank. But how much do the Roloffs earn per episode, exactly?

Unfortunately, this information isn’t as publicized as it is for other popular reality TV families. We can only estimate. But Business Insider got the scoop on reality show salaries, including salaries for the “A” level stars of a cable reality show.

“For those docu-ensembles, especially if they’re nobody, per episode it goes from the low end, like $ 1,500 per episode, to $ 3,000 at the high end,” an agent told the site. “And then, after three successful years, it can go as high as $ 7,000 to $ 10,000 per episode. After that, you start moving into the Kardashian level. “(Eh, not really. Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, et al. get a whopping $ 500,000 per episode, according to reports).

Courtesy of Matt Roloff / Instagram

The Roloffs aren’t superstars, maybe, but now that Small people, big world has been on the air for 15 years, I’m hardly anyone. So let’s imagine opaque And Amy And Zach And Market they are getting $ 10,000 or more for each episode. Over the course of a 12-episode season, this amounts to $ 120,000. While Jeremy And Audrey they are no longer in the series, it is safe to assume that they received the same amount while they were on television.

inquisitor speculates least seen family members – Molly Roloff, for example, it only makes a few thousand a season. And new dad Jacob, Matt and Amy’s youngest son, left the show a few years ago and reportedly believes he was “fucking taken out of the show money.”

So if they’re not making any money with Kardashian, how did Matt amass an estimated net worth of $ 6 million? He was an actor and computer programmer, for example, and now he and his family run a lucrative tourist attraction in Roloff Farms. Meanwhile, Matt sells accessibility products through his company, Direct Access Solutions. And above all, he is a published author and a motivational speaker.

Television is hardly the only income stream for this 60-year-old, to say the least! And with many of his family members raking in hefty salaries, we bet their heirs will be short of nothing.

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