TLC is the cable home to many little people, a lot of kids, some Amish folks and a slew of wedding dresses.
The network airs more reality programs than any other network we can think of on television, which means it's time to determine the very best TLC has to offer...
... and the very worst.
Do you agree with the following reality show countdown? Scroll down and all around the find out!
Say Yes to the Dress
We're rolling all versions of this show into one for the purposes of this countdown... and we're slamming them all as well! For starters, each episode is exactly the same (you won't believe this, but the bride-to-be wants a dress she maybe can't afford). Moreover, there are few bigger First World Problems in the world than a woman worrying over just how many thousands to dole out on a gown she'll wear once.
We would not argue with anyone who wants to slot this show in to last place instead. It was creepy enough to watch The Duggars on 19 Kids and Counting. But it's downright messed up that the network continues to make money off this family after that sordid Josh Duggar molestation scandal.
Long Island Medium
Psychics are fake. And psyches on TV are even more fake, if that's possible.
My 600-lb. Life
Could you argue that this series is exploiting the severely obese? Yes, of course. But nearly all reality shows exploit one type of person or another. In this case, the medical, emotional and physical obstacles that folks weighing over 600 pounds encounter on a daily basis really does take us inside a world we know little about.
Kate Plus 8
No, really! This show is still on! That douchebag Jon Gosselin may be gone, but often-angru and always-controlling Kate Gosselin is still irritating us on a weekly basis.
90 Day Fiance
We don't expect dating shows to be realistic or anything. But this one seems especially out there. The couples don't really know each other well and even sometimes the prospect of one half being deported.
We just feel uncomfortable watching this program. The future is female, but Sister Wives sets back the women's movement by about 200 years.
Noteto Brothers, Hunters... anyone pretending to interact with ghosts on television: Can you at least attempt to make the contact look remotely real?
Return to Amish
There's something ironic about a reality show that chronicles the lives of Amish people... considering they shun electricity and all. But this is another example of a world we knew very little about before tuning in.
I Am Jazz
Two thumbs way up for this progressive series, which focuses on the life of a young transgender individual.
7 Little Johnstons
Everyone in this family may be short, but that doesn't mean they aren't diverse and interesting, considering how many of the kids were adopted from other countries.
The Little Couple
Jen and Bill are fun and down to earth and we can't get enough of their two cute kids.
This show follows the lives of a couple who welcomed the first-EVER all-female quintuplets born in the United States. How can you not be curious to tune in for that?!?
Buddy Valastro for ALL the wins! And his cakes are pretty darn good, too.
Little People, Big World
Just enough drama (Amy and Matt got divorced in 2016), just enough heart (everyone seems to really love each other) and a totally adorable baby (we love you, Jackson Roloff!).