TLC is reportedly giving viewers an opportunity to see two little people try to make their new marriage work in an average-size world.

The network has ordered a new reality series based on its recent Little People: Just Married special, Daily Variety reported Sunday.

Little People: Just Married aired in January and documented the nuptials of Bill Klein and Jen Arnold -- both of whom are less than four-feet tall. 

The new yet-to-be-titled series will continue to follow the newlyweds as they embark on their new life together and face the challenges of marriage, Variety reported.

"We are certainly looking to fulfill on our brand of interesting characters in extraordinary situations," TLC president Eileen O'Neill told Variety.

TLC has ordered 13 episodes of the series, according to Variety, which added it is currently slated to debut on May 25 at 10PM ET/PT.

The series is being produced by LMNO Productions and is one of three pilots the company recently produced for TLC. 

LMNO is currently waiting to see if the other two pilots -- Amazing Love Stories and Incredible Weddings -- will receive full episode orders from the network, Variety reported.

TLC is already home to Little People, Big World -- which is currently in the midst of airing new fourth-season episodes in the Mondays at 8PM ET/PT timeslot. 

Little People, Big World is produced by Gay Rosenthal Productions and is "unrelated" to the new series, according to Variety.
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