It seems like the Duggars are one reality television family that refuses to go away. In fact, after all of the scandals and backlash they've received in the last several months thanks to Josh Duggar, it looks like they are being given a second chance by the same network that dumped them last summer.
According to Star Pulse on Sunday, even though TLC pulled the plug on the Duggar's hit reality show, 19 Kids & Counting, rumor has it that they might be reconsidering their decision. Sources close to the network say that while the Duggars have definitely given them a lot of negative press thanks to Josh's multiple sex scandals from last year, they still "care" about the Duggar sisters and that's why they are still in talks about future episodes.
The site says, "Although there are thousands who have protested the Duggar's return to TV, if regaining some of the millions TLC lost after the cancellation of 19 Kids & Counting, it won't come as a surprise if more episodes of Jill & Jessa - or a 19 Kids reboot - will air in 2016."
The Duggar family was under heavy scrutiny for covering up Josh's scandals after reports indicated that he sexually molested a babysitter and four of his sisters when he was a teenager back in 2012 and 2013. And if that weren't enough, he was also caught cheating on his wife Anna Duggar with a paid Ashley Madison account.
The father-of-four is now at an undisclosed faith-based rehab facility and receiving treatment for his supposed sex and porn addictions. His wife Anna has stated that she will continue to stay by his side, despite his past infidelities.
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