When the show "19 Kids and Counting" was canceled by TLC, everyone thought that the Duggars wouldn't be on television anymore. Then TLC made a choice to bring them back with the show "Counting On." This show is about the older girls and their lives now that they are married and courting. Now there is speculation that this show could end up getting canceled.

Everyone wonders if "Counting On" is over

Right now, there is no talk about another season of "Counting On." The show is still going, but nobody knows if it will be back for another season. It turns out that 998,000 viewers watched the episode “All about Jinger,” while 1.165 million people watched "Counting On" the week before.

The fact that the ratings are starting to drop makes it look like the show could be coming to an end.

They promised viewers that they would get to see Joy-Anna Duggar and her courtship this season, but that hasn't happened yet. Everyone wants to see this and see more than just things about Jinger Duggar. Now that Jinger's wedding special has aired, it might be time for the Duggar family to move on to showing something else on the show and that could help out with the ratings.

There are a lot of other things going on with the Duggar family right now that could end up airing next season if they renewed it. Jill and Derick Dillard are expecting their second child. Ben and Jessa Seewald just had their second baby.

Joy-Anna is courting, and rumors are that there are other courtships that could end up being announced.

The fans of "Counting On" are really hopeful that this show will come back for another season, but as of right now nobody knows for sure. The fans will just have to wait and see what TLC decides to do about the show. Hopefully, they will make an announcement soon and let the viewers know if "Counting On" will be back again or not.

Do you think that "Counting On" is going to be canceled? Do you want this show to stick around? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "Counting On" when they air on Monday nights on Bravo.