‘Counting On’ Season 11: Fans unhappy about Duggar family’s return

‘Counting On’ Season 11 confirmed: Fans unhappy about Duggar family’s return

After a long wait, Counting On Season 11 is finally coming soon. However, it looks like fans are not happy about it and even want TLC to cancel the show.

TLC dropped an official trailer for Counting On Season 11. Although some believe that the show has already ended, the network renewed the reality series for another season.

Fans not happy about the show’s return

According to TV Shows Ace, fans are not happy about the show’s return. They believe that it is time for the network to pull off the plug and let the series come to an end.

It seems like viewers are now over the 19 Kids and Counting spinoff series. In fact, when TLC announced the new season’s coming on Instagram, they revealed their frustration about the show’s theme.

“How much more can you film when all they do is get married and get pregnant?” one fan said. “How about a little excitement like these women going to college or having a career?”

“Can we stop promoting these grifters?” another one added. “None of them have real jobs, and all the women do is get married and breed.”

The fans’ cry comes after the rumors emerged that TLC would cancel Counting On Season 11. Hence, the show’s renewal seems to be a disappointment to people who believe the false claim.

Some are convinced that the network should have canceled the show. Others also argued that fans who still want to see the life of the Duggar family could just follow them on social media, instead of seeing them on TV.

The new season’s plot

In Counting On Season 11, fans are about to see how the Duggar family deals with the COVID-19 pandemic. The one-hour special will be out on June 30. Here, they will see the difficulties that come in self-isolating and social distancing in a house with more than 10 people.

The regular episodes will then begin on July 7. It will mostly focus on the life of Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo after they moved to Los Angeles with their kid, Felicity.

It will also feature the birth of Abbie and John David Duggar’s first child and Joe and Kendra Duggar’s second baby. Viewers will also see more babies on the way with the pregnancy announcements.

In the trailer, Jessa Seewald revealed that five of the girls are pregnant in Counting On Season 11. Before the previous season ended, Jessa announced she was already expecting her third child.

Josh and Anna Duggar, Josiah and Lauren Duggar, Joy-Anna and Austin Forsyth, Joseph and Kendra Duggar, and Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo also announced that they were all expecting.

Featured image used courtesy of TLC/YouTube Screenshot, the video used courtesy of TLC/YouTube

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