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Advertisers Do Not Want To Be Associated With New Duggar Show

Advertisers need nothing to do with the Duggar household, in accordance with In Touch. 

TLC just lately premiered a brand new collection following the eldest Duggar sisters and their husbands referred to as “Jill & Jessa: Counting On.” The new present comes almost a yr after their brother Josh Duggar admitted to sexually molesting underage women as a teen and the next cancelation of “19 Kids and Counting.”

Millions of individuals are nonetheless prepared to tune in, however a minimum of seven advertisers have little interest in being related the Duggars. Reps for Cici’s Pizza, The UPS Store, Pure Michigan, Whitewave Foods, Choice Hotels and Mattress Firm all advised In Touch they have been sad to study their commercials aired in the course of the present and say they’ve instructed the community to ensure it does not occur once more. 


The community confronted an analogous drawback within the days following Josh’s admission, when greater than a dozen advertisers introduced their advertisements wouldn’t proceed to air in the course of the present. 

TLC pulled the present from its schedule and canceled the collection two months later. Executives later revealed the cancellation value the community’s mum or dad firm, Discovery Communications, about $19 million. When the community introduced the Duggar sisters again for a 3-half particular that aired in December, it was watched by greater than O million viewers. Executives took the excessive scores to imply that their viewers “clearly cares” concerning the sisters — they usually weren’t improper, since B.N million individuals tuned in when the collection premiered on March 15.  

Reps for TLC have but to answer request for remark made by The Huffington Post. 

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