Counting On is officially cancelled as Josh Duggar’s trial gets delayed. The show began in 2015, serving as a spinoff of 19 Kids and Counting following its cancellation after its nearly seven-year run. In an effort to distance itself from the controversy, TLC excluded Duggar from the spin-off.
That was an eye-opening year for the public on Duggar’s character. A 2006 police report was released for an investigation into the molestation of five underage girls by Duggar when he was around the age of 15. This led to the cancellation of 19 Kids and Counting in 2015. Later that year, he was faced with another controversy, this time involving a dating website designed for extramarital affairs after his account information was exposed in a website leak. Josh and his wife Anna’s courtship and wedding had been featured on 19 Kids and Counting, and this scandal ultimately led to him admitting to infidelity and an addiction to pornography.
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As reported by Us Magazine, Josh Duggar’s trial, which was scheduled to start in July, has been delayed until November. He is being charged for receiving and possessing child pornography. If he is found guilty, Duggar will face 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each count. Following this came the cancellation of the spin-off series, Counting On. The network…