Could this be the end of the Duggar era as we know it? That might the case as there's a new report that says the scandalized reality television stars are worried that their spinoff show, Jill and Jessa: Counting On might get the ax by the TLC.
In fact, the Duggars are so worried that their television days are numbered that they've supposedly launched a new social media campaign to help save their reality show before it gets canceled. Their first show, 19 Kids & Counting, got canceled last summer after news broke of Josh Duggar's multiple sex scandals.
According to the Hollywood Gossip on Friday, sources close to the Duggar family say that TLC execs think it's time to let the family go for good. They've been supposedly having issues with advertisers who have been pulling their ads from the show simply because they don't want to be associated with the Duggars and particularly their son Josh, who not only confessed to sexually molesting his sisters when he was a teen, but to also cheating on his wife Anna with an Ashley Madison account.
Now, the Duggars have supposedly launched a new hashtag campaign called #BringtheDuggarsBack to help convince TLC to renew Jill and Jessa: Counting On for another season. The show follows sisters Jill and Jessa and their new lives as both mothers and wives. Jill lives in Guatemala with her husband Derick Dillard as part of their missionary work while Jessa is at home in Arkansas with her husband Ben Seewald.
So far the Duggars themselves have not made any comments about the reports.