Jessa Duggar Says 'Family Is Everything' in Promo for 'Jill & Jessa: Counting On' (VIDEO)

The Duggars are officially coming back to TV, y'all. Jill and Jessa: Counting On has been picked up for a full season, and in the preview clip from TLC, Jessa (Duggar) Seewald not only shares an important message about what's gotten them through the past year, but also shows off a killer new hairstyle.


Baby Spurgeon's mama looks like she took a page out of Kate Middleton's style book with her sweeping new bangs, as she tells the camera, "Family is everything."

The 19 Kids and Counting clan had quite the fall from public grace in 2015, as it was revealed that Jim Bob and Michelle's eldest child Josh Duggar had molested four of his sisters plus an underage babysitter when he was a young teen.

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After their show was canceled, Josh was caught in another terrible scandal, when he was exposed in the Ashley Madison hack. He admitted to using the cheating website to be unfaithful to his wife Anna, the mother of their four children. He's been in a long-term, faith-based rehab facility since last August.

"We shared this journey with the world," Jessa says in a voiceover, referencing the roller coaster year. And it looks like they're getting ready to show us how to get past such terrible times.

In addition to following Jessa and her hubby Ben Seewald, the show will also focus on Jill and Derick Dillard and their son Israel, as they continue on their mission in Central America. Duggar siblings Jana, Jinger, Joy Anna, John David, Josiah, and Joseph Duggar also appeared in the promo, but Jim Bob and Michelle were (wisely, in my opinion) absent.

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I know some people are wary of the Duggars' being back on TV, but as far as I'm concerned, Jill, Jessa, and their siblings (excluding Josh) didn't do anything wrong. And frankly, I'm interested to see what they're up to, and what they have to say.

But I'm still rooting for a show for Jana and Anna to move out into the world on their own, as strong, independent women. I'm just not holding my breath for that one.


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