19 Kids And Counting is no more. Following  In Touch Magazine release of police reports of  Josh Duggar admitting to sexually molested underage females in 2006, including members of his own family. To top it off, Duggar’s father Jim Bob was aware of the allegations a year prior to the police report filing.

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However, TLC being as classy as they are, never failing to miss out on an opportunity, will be making a documentary on sexual assault, with the Duggar family included. Screenshot 2015-07-16 at 9.04.24 AM

After thoughtful consideration, TLC and the Duggar family have decided to not move forward with 19 Kids and Counting. The show will no longer appear on the air.

The recent attention around the Duggars has sparked a critical and important conversation about child protection.

Over these past weeks, TLC has consulted regularly with leading victims’ rights and advocacy organizations in the U.S., including RAINN and Darkness to Light, to discuss how to use this moment to address the issue and make a positive impact. Unfortunately, child sexual abuse is not an isolated issue; it affects many children and families around the world. To that end, we are partnering with both organizations on a multi-platform campaign to raise awareness and educate parents and families about the issue. In the first phase of this initiative, TLC will work closely with both groups and with the Duggar family on a one-hour documentary that will include Jill and Jessa and other survivors and families that have been affected by abuse.

TLC has been especially concerned for the victims in this situation, including the Duggar family, and it is our hope that this effort will help those in need learn where to turn for information and help. The documentary will be commercial free, and we anticipate it will air later this summer.

You can read their official statement in its entirety here.