We're very sorry to report, but viewers haven't seen the last of Jon Gosselin on TLC.
While it's true the reality show that catapulted him to fame will be renamed Kate Plus 8; and it's also confirmed it will focus a lot more on Kate Gosselin and the kids, starting November 2, Jon's rep, Mike Heller, makes it clear:
"He was not fired."
That's fine and all, but we can't help wondering: How does one look oneself in the mirror when one's job is to represent Jon Gosselin?
Overall, Kate Plus 8 - how relieved must TLC be that the less douchey side of this couple is the one whose name rhymes with "8?!?" - will focus on the lives of the adorable Gosselin twins and their five-year-old sextuplet siblings.
What will Jon be up to, as the series takes a closer look at Kate's role as a single mother?
A source told Us Weekly he's "still working out the details" for various projects, such as a reality show called The Divorced Dads Club, which would co-star Michael Lohan.
We can only hope it revolves around which father viewers get to stone in public each week.