On this week's episode of the 19 Kids and Counting spin-off, some of the elder Duggar kids took a trek into the wilderness to test their survival skills, yet it became more about FaceTime separation anxiety for Jinger. Insiders claim that this is causing intense strife within the family, as Michelle and Jim Bob want Josh to appear on the show to rehabilitate his image, while the Duggar siblings, particularly Jill and Jessa, are saying no way. The older boys have forgiven Josh for what reportedly occurred years ago, but are having issues with the more current scandals.
Jinger just got engaged to Jeremy Vuolo and there has been plenty of coverage of them on the TLC show, but one topic has remained mostly cast to the side: what's going on these days with Josh. However, his parents apparently feel that enough time has passed for their son to become one of the stars of Jill & Jessa: Counting On.
The Duggar's reality show is a huge financial resource for the family. In the clip, Jim Bob can be seen smiling and looking lovingly at Michelle as she tells their followers about their 20-year-old son's "loving spirit towards people".
Ultimately, it sounds as if Jim Bob and Michelle may not have much leverage to try to push for this. As E! "Hotwire's ads appear on many cable networks including AMC, Bravo, HGTV, TNT, TBS, USA, as well as TLC Network".
These four companies namely Gerber Life, Trivago, Thumbtack.com, and Hotwire were not knowledgeable of the information that their products were advertised while the reality series is on commercial break.
"The Gerber Life ad was inadvertently shown during the premiere of Counting On, ' Gerber Life said. We have been assured that Gerber Life ads will no longer be shown during this program", stated that company. While we are able to select which cable networks air our ads, we do not select the specific shows. Thus, chose to remove the network on their plan.
TLC network is now in the middle of a controversy has advertisement companies pulled out their ads after they realized that their ads were aired during the premiere of the second season of "Jill and Jessa: Counting On", amidst Josh Duggar's child molestation scandal. However, the advertisers are firm on their decision to pull out their ads from the network.