Earlier this month NBC announced that their popular crime drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit would be taking on the Josh Duggar molestation scandal in an upcoming episode titled "Patrimonial Burden." Now we have the first preview video and promo photos from the episode, set to premiere November 4, including the characters based on Michelle Duggar, Jim Bob Duggar, and Josh Duggar!
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When Michelle Duggar shared her sex advice for married women (e.g. be joyfully available, even when pregnant) the first time on the eve of daughter Jill Dillard's wedding, it was strange enough... But when the family shared the blog post at the top of their website again this month, it really got people scratching their heads.
Law & Order: SVU regularly tackles topics that stem from pop culture news — so it was only a matter of time before Olivia Benson & Co. dealt with a family like the Duggars. Get the details on the upcoming episode, including how it will differ from the actual scandal surrounding the 19 Kids and Counting clan.
While many people were tuned into the VMAs last night, TLC aired Breaking the Silence, the documentary inspired by revelations that Josh Duggar molested five underaged girls. See what Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald and Michelle Duggar said in the show...
The Duggar family announced today that Josh Duggar has checked into a long-term treatment center that will help with his "journey toward wholeness and recovery." Jim Bob and Michelle also admonished their son's actions. Read their whole statement and find out about the questions it leaves unanswered.
Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council said little when Josh Duggar resigned amidst revelations he molested five underage girls when he was a teenager, but took a big stand against Josh's admission he cheated on his wife.
As a reliable insider says the Duggars are struggling to come to terms with their new non-reality show reality, there is some speculation the family is pitching a controversial series to get back on air. Find out more, including what the family source said about their "anger."
With the help of presidential candidate Mike Huckabee's lawyer, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar threatened the city of Springdale, Ark., with an "expensive" and "embarrassing" lawsuit after son Josh Duggar's police report was released.
Publicly, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar supported TLC's decision to cancel 19 Kids and Counting. But, behind closed doors, reliable sources say they are fuming.
Following the news that TLC is canceling 19 Kids and Counting, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar responded with a lengthy statement. They reiterated how painful the past few weeks have been for them, but said they are happy to be working with TLC on a new documentary and hope it is "an encouragement to many."
After leaving the show in limbo for nearly two months, TLC announced their decision to formally cancel 19 Kids and Counting today. See what executives said about why they finally made the call...and how we can expect to see some Duggars back on the air soon.
Jana Duggar -- who doesn't have any social media accounts of her own -- spoke out on her family's Facebook page for the first time since older brother Josh Duggar's police records were revealed. See the interesting comment she made...