“Our statement about the cancellation of ‘Counting On’ is a little late because we just learned the news with the rest of the world last Tuesday + this season of life is quite busy for us,” the pair said in a statement shared on their website. “We first heard of the cancellation when both a friend & a cousin each texted us after seeing TLC’s statement online. We do not know how long the cancellation had been planned.”
“Counting On,” which was a sequel to “19 Kids & Counting,” was gekanselleer laaste maand amid Josh Duggar’s child pornography trial. The former reality TV star pleaded not guilty to the charges after he was gearresteer in April.
The show followed members of the Duggar family who were not as prominently featured in the original. Josh Duggar did not appear in “Counting On,” which ran from 2015-2020.
“Dit is verby 4 years now since we chose to step away from the show, en, although we were initially barred from sharing our decision to leave the show, we have opened up a little more recently on our social media,” Jill and Derick’s statement continued.