With the premiere of Jill & Jessa: Counting On right around the corner, many have wondered if the embattled Duggar clan will address the scandals that got them removed from TV the first time around.
While some clips have shown Jill and Jessa discussing pregnancy and bonding in the sort of family-friendly scenes that viewers once expected from the Duggars, much of the show's marketing material has revealed that the Josh Duggar's 18 siblings will be opening up about his egregious misconduct.
Yesterday, Jill Duggar went off on Josh for hiding scandalous secrets that eventually tore his family apart.
The full trailer for Counting On released earlier today shows that several family members will offer their (mostly unfavorable) opinions on Josh and his misdeeds as the series progresses.
Now, a new preview clip posted by TLC moments ago gives us a glimpse of how Josh's younger brothers feel about his downfall.
"I always wanted to be like him. But one of the toughest things I had to tell my older brother was, I don't want to be like you anymore," 25-year-old John David reveals.
"I don't think there's any way any of us would have known that my brother was living such a secret life," says 20-year-old Joseph Duggar.
"It broke my heart. Whenever somebody you respect the most is willing to get up and proclaim what we believe as Christians, about being true to your wife, you'd never think that that's the person who's involved in it."
Check out the clip below for more heartbreaking comments from Josh's brothers.