TLC has pulled 19 Kids and Countingfrom its schedule, but the network is allegedly still considering continuing the show in the wake of Josh Duggar's child molestation admission.
According to TMZ, the network is currently weighing whether to cancel the show or just cut Josh from the program.
Though there's worries that advertisers might bail from the program - as General Mills already did - sources claim that TLC believes 19 Kids' evangelical fan base will remain loyal.
Earlier this week, Josh, the Duggar's eldest son, admitted he "acted inexcusably" when he molested young girls, including his sisters. Josh has since resigned from his position at the Family Research Council, but since the statute of limitations has run out, he is unable to be charged for the crimes.
In October 2014, TLC quickly canceled Here Comes Honey Boo Boo after reports that Mama June was dating a convicted child molester, who never appeared on the show. Following the accusations against Josh, Mama June publicly criticized TLC for not taking swift action in canceling 19 Kids and threated to sue the network if the Duggars stay on the air.