Do we really miss having the Duggar Family on our TV screens?
Apparently, the answer is yes.
Because even though the family's reality series "19 Kids and Counting" was officially canceled by TLC back in July following Josh Duggar's confession that he molested five underage girls (including his sisters) when he was a teenager, sisters Jill and Jessa are about to return to our living rooms in their own new show, "Jill and Jessa: Counting On."
Say what you will about the Duggars, but we are kind of digging that name!
According to The Huffington Post, the new series comes on the heels of a three-part special featuring the girls that aired in December, and it will focus on Jill and Jessa's lives with their husbands and children. It will also, of course, include a bunch of appearances by other Duggar sibs.
Whether or not Josh will be one of them remains to be seen, but we do know that Discovery Communications revealed back in August it lost about $19 million after it axed the show following his confession.
Yet despite all the controversy surrounding the family, more than 3 million people tuned in to watch the three-part special focused on Jessa, husband Ben Seewald, and their 3-month-old son Spurgeon, as well as sister Jill, husband Derick Dillard, and their 10-month-old son Israel.
"We've shared this journey with the world," Jessa says in the just-released trailer. "Family is everything."
Ready or not, "Jill and Jessa: Counting On" returns to TLC on Tuesday, March 15.
Will you be watching?