The Duggars are back.
Although their TLC television show, 19 Kids & Counting, was cancelled in July following multiple scandals involving their eldest son, Josh, the Duggar family have resumed filming their everyday lives.
According to Entertainment Tonight, the family is still under contract with TLC and they still have interest in the family, especially the girls.
In December, TLC aired a three episode special focusing on two of the girls, Jill & Jessa: Counting On.
Another ET source says that the people in their town of Springdale, Arkansas are not happy to see camera crews back at the Duggar house.
"There is a lot of hate regarding the family," the source says. "After all that has happened, this isn't the same family in many people's eyes."
The Duggar family's controversy began when it was revealed that Josh molested five underage girls when he was a teenager, including four of his sisters and one of the family's babysitters. What made matters worse for the family, was that shortly after, it was revealed that his parents, Michelle and Jim Bob, knew about it.
Josh also confessed that he had been unfaithful to his wife and developed an addiction to pornography. He has been seeking treatment at a faith-based rehab facility for the past six months. His wife, Anna, whom he has four small children with, is struggling with his absence, but is focused on rekindling their romance.
It has yet to be announced if 19 Kids & Counting will be back on the air, or if they are filming a special.
Watch the Entertainment Tonight report below.
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