The show served as a spin-off of “19 Kinders en tel” and followed members of the Duggar family.
Josh’s younger sister Jinger Vuolo and her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, shared the same statement on their respective Instagram accounts on Tuesday, saying they agree with the network’s decision.
“We are grateful for TLC giving us the opportunity to be on the network over the years and their kindness towards the Vuolo family. It’s been a remarkable journey that has opened doors to traveling and experiencing the world in a way that we wouldn’t have imagined possible,” hul statement begins.
“We wholeheartedly agree with TLC’s decision not to renew ‘Counting On’ and are excited for the next chapter in our lives. We’d like to thank our fans, friends and the amazing film crew who have shown us love and support. We look forward to continuing our creative journey in Los Angeles and seeing what the future holds,” it concludes.
Duggar cousin Amy King, who appeared on the Duggar family’s shows over the years, similarly thanked TLC “for the ride.”
Aside a number of photos from her participation on the network, King wrote: “I’ll treasure the memories, altyd. Ook, I stand with the network in this decision!”
TLC announced their decision not to renew “Counting On” op Dinsdag.
“TLC will not be producing additional seasons of ‘Counting On,’” the network told Fox News in a statement. “TLC feels it is important to give the Duggar family the opportunity to address their situation privately.”
Duggar and his family appeared in “19 Kids” van 2008-2015. The show was canceled in 2015 when news broke that Duggar, nou 33, had allegedly molested several young girls, four of them being his sisters.
Later that year, it was reported that Duggar owned an account on Ashley Madison, a website meant to facilitate extramarital affairs.