Following numerous negative reports of Josh Duggar, the Duggar Family has lost more than thought. TLC had to shut down their popular family show “19 Kids And Counting” after advertisers denied to endorse their products during the show.
Duggar Family apparently lost huge lump sum amount. TLC was paying the Duggar family an estimate of $25,000 to $45,000 per episode, but since all the endorsement stopped it had suffered a loss of whopping $25 million a year. “Jill & Jessa: Counting On,”spin-off series on TLC is hoping to gain back the lost name and fame for Duggar family.
After Josh Duggar’s exposed scandal, Duggar family and wife Anna Duggar had to suffer the most. In a recent revelation over “Jill & Jessa: Counting On,”Anna Duggar says that she is still ready to reconcile with Josh and wants to be with Josh even after what all happened.
According to reports from Redbook Magazine, “She’s [Anna Duggar] agreed to be on the show purely for financial reasons. She’s hoping to save up enough money to ultimately leave Josh.”
Although, there had been no such sign of Anna Duggar trying to move out of Duggar family. She has admitted to feeling lonely when the scandal was exposed in public as she was with her fourth child.
Anna and Josh Duggar together has four children. She further added via Radar Online, “It wasn’t an easy choice [for Josh to go to rehab] when you have a new baby and three other little ones to take care of realizing, ‘Wow, I’m going to be alone for an extended period of time.”
“Jill & Jessa: Counting On” follows Jill and Jessa Duggar who are married now and have one child each. Jill even revealed on the show via Yahoo! News, “We have chosen, Jessa and I can say that we have chosen to forgive Josh and that is an important part of our own healing. If we do not forgive then we cannot move on.”
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