Big things are happening in Jinger Duggar's life these days.
In fact, some believe that all the exciting new developments in Jinger's world should take center-stage in the Duggar family's first spin-off series.
Okay, technically, Counting On is a spinoff of 19 Kids and Counting, but really, it functioned more as a replacement series after the original was irreparably sullied by the Josh Duggar sex scandals of 2015.
Anyway, if fans have their way, Jinger might soon become the first Duggar to serve as solo star of her own series.
In recent weeks, Duggar obsessives have been calling for a Jinger spinoff (or Jin-off, as we like to call it) on her Instagram page and in Duggar-focused subreddits.
The reasons why they think this is such a good idea are myriad:
For starters, the 24-year-old's life is wildly eventful these days.
Jinger is pregnant with her first child, and along with her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, she's carving out a life that's very much at odds with her ultra-conservative upbringing.
Shortly after her wedding, Jinger became the first Duggar woman of her generation to permanently move away from Arkansas.
She and Jeremy have been residents of Laredo, Texas for nearly two years now, and it looks like they're gearing up for yet another move.
Last week, rumors that Jinger is moving to Los Angeles began to make their way around social media.
And unlike so many reports about the Duggar clan, this one is based on credible evidence.
Jeremy was recently accepted to study at a divinity school in LA, and apparently, he would be permitted to carry on his ministry there while he gets his degree.
In other words, a spinoff might soon be the only path forward for Jinger's career that makes sense from a logistical perspective.
Continuing to find ways to incorporate Jinger's storylines into her siblings' lives will become that much more difficult after she heads for the coast.
The smartest move for TLC might be to simply offer Jinger her own series.
The move would make sense not only because of the geographical issues but also because it's fitting that the woman known as "the rebel Duggar" should have her own show.
Jinger was the first Duggar woman of her generation to wear pants and the first to leave Arkansas.
Now, she might be the first to land her own series.
Just another accomplishment from the undisputed fan favorite.
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