TLC Removes ‘Counting On’ Episodes After Josh Duggar’s Guilty Verdict

In the wake of Josh Duggarguilty verdict, TLC removed everything Counting on episodes from their website and TLC Go app, In contact can confirm.

Prior to the change, TLC canceled the Duggar family’s long streak in June 2021, just two months after 33-year-old Josh was arrested in Arkansas on April 29.


“TLC will not produce additional seasons of Counting on“the network said in a statement to Us Weekly at the time. “TLC believes it is important to give the Duggar family the opportunity to deal with their situation in private.”

Counting on premiered in 2015, after running for 11 seasons, and was a spinoff of 19 children and over, which was online from 2008 to 2015.

At the height of Josh’s arrest drama earlier this year, TLC also addressed the former political activist’s legal problems in a separate statement.

“TLC is saddened to learn of the continuing problems involving Josh Duggar,” read their statement, noting that the previous Duggar family show was also deceased following its past harassment scandal. “19 children and over it hasn’t aired since 2015. TLC canceled the show in the wake of previous allegations against Josh Duggar and hasn’t appeared on the air since.

Josh has now been convicted of two counts of possessing and receiving child pornography material starting Thursday, December 9, and is in solitary confinement at the Washington County Correctional Facility until his conviction. “He has his own small cell and is away from other criminals,” said one insider In contact.

TLC removes the episodes

Due to the gravity of his charges, he faces up to 20 years in prison and a $ 250,000 fine per count.

Josh’s conviction shook his family to their core, another source said In contact exclusively, revealing that his latest scandal tore the family apart.

“The family prayed and prayed, but they also prepared for the worst,” the insider said after the verdict. “[Michelle Duggar] And [Jim Bob Duggar] they’re trying to stay strong, praying for Josh, [Anna Duggar (née Keller)] and their grandchildren. The family is gathering, but some children cannot forgive Brother Josh for what he did. They are horrified that he hasn’t received help before. “

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