Jill (Duggar) Dillard and Jessa (Duggar) Seewald are doing their best to put that pesky Josh Duggar molestation scandal behind them.
By exploiting it and making money off it via a new TLC reality series!
Nonsensically titled "Counting On," the upcoming three-part special will air in December. It will chronicle the lives of Jill and Jessa in the aftermath of the bombshell news that they were sexual abused as children by their own brother.
"The whole world was shocked," Jill says of the scandal in this first-look trailer. "You're angry and hurt and all those emotions all mixed together."
TLC, of course, canceled 19 Kids and Counting a few months after the Josh Duggar scandal broke, with Josh later revealed to also be a client of the cheating website Ashley Madison.
The sisters, meanwhile, had previously appeared in a network documentary titled "Breaking the Silence" that focused on sexual abuse.
Jessa and husband Ben Seewald are now preparing for the birth of their first child on November 1, while Jill and Derick Dillard will be documenting their move to Central America where they've been completing mission work.
"We do feel like we are stepping on," Jill says. "We're excited about what the future holds. We will come out of this fire stronger as a family unit."