Just when you thought you never had to hear from the Duggars again, TLC has ordered several specials that will focus on the two oldest daughters, Jill and Jessa, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The girls were two of the victims whom older brother Josh molested.
TLC canceled 19 Kids & Counting, the Duggar clan's original reality show, earlier this year after Josh Duggar admitted to molesting several girls in his youth. The specials will follow Jill and her new family — husband Derick Dillard and son Israel, who was born in April — as they move to El Salvador to do mission work; and Jessa Seewald, who is expecting her first child with husband Ben later this year.
This news might explain why Jessa had distanced herself from her brother with Facebook posts that appeared to criticize him.
The network is currently planning two or three specials, and hope to air at least one by the end of the year.
Last month, TLC ran a special about victims of childhood sexual abuse featuring the Duggar sisters called Breaking the Silence.
Are you excited to see Jill and Jessa back on TV, or would you rather never hear from their clan again?
WATCH: TLC announces new Duggar specials starring Jessa and Jill