‘Little House on the Prairie’: The 1 Star Who Has ‘No Shame’ in Joining the Reboot

Toilet on the Moor it was televised from 1974 to 1984. After the show ended, it continued to thrive through syndication. The show also found new life on streaming services like Amazon Prime.

In December 2020, Paramount TV Studios and Anonymous Content announced a resume Toilet on the Moor is in the works. One of his original members gave their opinions on the show coming back to the small screen.

    Matthew Labyorteaux, Michael Landon, Jr., Alison Arngrim, Dean Butler, Lindsay Greenbush, (LR seated) Karen Grassle, and Melissa Sue Anderson from 'Little House On The Prairie' "Plus" at their New York studios at H&M in Times Square on April 30, 2014 in New York City.
Matthew Labyorteaux, Michael Landon, Jr., Alison Arngrim, Dean Butler, Lindsay Greenbush, Karen Grassle, and Melissa Sue Anderson | D Dipasupil / Getty Images for more

Why ‘Toilet on the Perry’ came to an end

There is a concept Toilet on the Moor they came from children’s books of the same name. The books were written by Laura Ingalls Wilder, who set out to grow up in the 1870s. Melissa Gilbert would eventually play Wilder, and Michael Landon would play the lead role of Charles “Pa” Ingalls. Landon became an active producer on the series.

As the naughty resident daughter of Walnut Grove, Arngrim would often get caught up in real life because of Nellie. In an interview with 2010 with ABC, Arngrim said that the show ‘s viewers often called it “b * tch”. While some child stars would have stopped acting, Arngrim said she was thankful she would escape her daily turbulent home life. The actress said she suffered sexual abuse while working Toilet on the Moor, a mystery she held to her twenties.

“When you get sexually abused, you get very angry,” she said. “Victims usually turn on their own pain and rage. So it was a great opportunity to find a place where he could express this anger openly and openly. ”

“Instead of ruining my life, she gave me my life,” Arngrim continued.

How to get help: In the US, call the RAIN Sexual Assault National Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 to connect with a trained employee from a sexual assault service provider in your area.

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