THE LITTLE Couple’s Dr Jen Arnold and her daughter Zoey, 10, have teased the future of their reality show as fans demanded the network bring back the TLC series.
Jen, 47, and Zoey have been off the TV screen since 2019.
During the Instagram video, Jen said: “Zoey wants to be back on the Little Couple. But right now….”
The 10-year-old girl said: “No! We will!”
The TLC star interrupted: “We hope so!
Zoey replied: “No hope so! We will.”
Jen added: “I wish I can make that happen.”
Her daughter responded: “No! I can Mom!”
Jen continued: “Okay, but you have to call Mr. David Zaslav.”
The little one asked: “Who’s he?”
Zoey’s mother answered: “He owns Discovery and TLC. And you can say, ‘Mr. Zaslov, I want to be back on Little Couple.”
The little girl covered her mother’s mouth as they burst into laughter.
THE FAN PETITION
Fans jumped into the comments section and begged the President and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery to bring the show back from hiatus.
One fan said: “Yes! Call him! We want to see you guys on TV again!”
Another fan added: “Yes, Mr. Zaslov, get TLC to bring back your show! Miss you guys!”
A third fan mentioned: “I miss seeing your beautiful family on TLC – I too hope your show comes back.”
MOVING TO BOSTON
In addition to Zoe, Jen and her husband Bill Klein, 47, share their son Will, 12.
In the nearly three-minute video, Jen and her daughter were standing in the backyard of their mansion.
According to the deed obtained by The Sun, Jen and Bill paid $2.1million for a six-bedroom, five-bathroom 5,400 square-foot home.
The TV family moved to Massachusetts for her new job at the Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School Teaching Hospital.
BEING OFF THE AIR
The show postponement is most likely due to the duo’s lawsuit with the producers.
The legal matter started in June 2016 when producer LMNO Cable Group sued Discovery Communications for $7 million.
In the court papers obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, LMNO Cable Group claimed their accountant falsified records to hide hundreds of thousands of dollars in embezzled money.
Although LMNO and Discovery Communications eventually agreed to a settlement, the legal battle continued as the couple asked to intervene in the case in May 2017.
All parties involved eventually agreed to mediation and reached a settlement agreement in 2020.
The Sun exclusively revealed that Discovery Communications renewed the trademark for The Little Couple on March 14, 2022, despite the TV show being off the air.
The trademark was originally filed back in September 2010.