Kody Brown, with his four wives Meri, Janelle, Robyn and Christine and their combined 17 children, attempt to navigate life as a "normal" family in a society that shuns their lifestyle. See full summary » In the most in-depth television documentation of the lives of Little People, the series follows the Roloffs - an extraordinary family composed of both little and average-sized people. See full summary » TLC continues to show that families come in all different shapes and sizes with the return of MY FIVE WIVES, a new nine-part series following Brady Williams, his five wives and their ... It's kinda scary, if like me, you once had good TV to watch. See full summary » There's not the slightest bit of entertainment. The 'family' shows of old were really good quality. Here are five of the most surprising revelations.1. God Cares: "Our hairstyle is our choice and we choose longer hair based on our understanding of 1 Corinthians -15…while it is a shame for a man to have long hair, a woman's hair is her glory." The sisters keep their strands long for the Lord and take pride in the appearance of their locks, but they're quick to add spending two hours in front of the mirror trying to perfect their manes is absurd.And the Duggar daughters are no muss, no fuss about clothing as well.Watched it all the way through expecting that at some point I might be able to justify a show like this one taking up space as entertaining 'programming'. Worse, it's on some days back to back in place of programming with some human interest or some interesting dialogue and characters. Jill is doing mission work abroad and both she and Jessa are starting their own families.There are new courtships and babies to look forward to. Do TV's writers and scripters think everyone's forgotten about good programming?
"When we say true love waits, we mean that couples should not act like they're married when they're not or share physical intimacies that married couples share."But they're also against hand-holding, kissing and actually dating.
One is to cancel the show outright, the other is to just go full steam ahead, but there is real talk about continuing without Josh. But that could change because he just resigned from the Family Research Council.
Our sources say there's a strong sense axing Josh would not materially hurt the show. As for cancelling the show, our sources say there is significant concern that big advertisers will bail.
So, the last time the expansive Duggar family weighed in on who was most likely to enter into a “courtship” – an older-fashioned way of dating that has couples getting to know each other as a preparation for marriage, with chaperones and side hugs – the Duggar who’s now in one wasn’t even on the list.
Josiah Duggar, 18, reveals exclusively to PEOPLE that he has entered into a courtship with Marjorie Jackson, 17 – a young lady he got to know when he was taking Spanish lessons from her mother, Analucia, 40.