'Counting On' Spoilers & Updates: Jill & Jessa Duggar Pressured By Family Who Want Their TLC Special To Help With Their Finances?
The Duggar family is reportedly faced with monetary problems after the cancellation of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting."
According to Inquisitr, Jessa and Jill Duggar's upcoming special show, "Counting On," is expected to help the entire family with their costly lifestyle.
A few months ago, Josh Duggar admitted to sexually molesting underage girls when he was still a teenager. At that time, fans of the TLC reality TV show were shocked to see Jessa and Jill come forward and admit that they were two of those girls that their older brother took advantage of.
Immediately after, advertisers pulled out their slots on the show, and "19 Kids and Counting" was cancelled not long after.
Now, according to Star Pulse, "Counting On" is pegged as a show that will mainly focus on the Duggar sisters. However, it's actually a spinoff that will feature the rest of the Duggar family, except Josh.
"TLC series, 'Counting On' is turning out to be more of a '19 Kids and Counting' reboot than a show about the Duggar sisters, Jill Dillard and Jessa Seewald. Cameras were rolling at Jessa's baby shower last week, and once again, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar didn't miss a minute of fun," the publication noted.
The publication added that the entire Duggar family will once again be present when TLC films another episode that will feature Jessa giving birth to her first child on Nov. 1. It was later on reported that at least 100 people attended Jessa's baby shower, including the entire Duggar clan that were previously part of "19 Kids and Counting."
Fans are now speculating on the possibility of Jim and Michelle using their two daughters to help them get back on television and earn some money.
"Counting On" is slated to be released on TLC this December.