It's been almost two years since Josh Duggar's molestation scandal forced TLC to cancel the Duggar family's long-running show, "19 Kids and Counting." Now the network is planning to put Josh back in front of cameras again. That's right, the eldest Duggar son is making a comeback to the world of reality TV.

When TLC revealed that they would be creating a '19 Kids' spinoff called "Counting On" in 2015, many fans wondered if Josh would make an appearance on the show. Although he was nowhere to be seen during the first two seasons, a new report indicates that Josh will appear on the upcoming season.

"Counting On" needs Josh to boost ratings

In Touch reports that ratings for "Jill and Jessa: Counting On" slipped during the show's second season. Now, with the help of Duggar-dad, Jim Bob, TLC has the solution to the drop in ratings — bring Josh on the show.

Whether fans agree with TLC's decision or not, there's no doubt that Josh would be ratings gold for "Counting On." Will he return for just one episode or an entire season?

TLC gives Josh Duggar a trial run

Although TLC has yet to confirm Josh's return to TV, In Touch reveals that the network will give Josh a trial run via a webisode before they allow him on the show. In the webisode, Josh will reportedly talk about 'his joy at learning he's going to be a father again." If the feedback is good, Josh will appear on "Counting On" next season.

Do fans still care about Josh Duggar's scandals?

Josh Duggar has been able to stay out of the spotlight since his scandals ended the "19 Kids and Counting" TV series. After reports surfaced about Duggar touching several of his younger sisters inappropriately when he was a teen, many once loyal fans refused to watch the show.

Weeks later, Josh was outed for having an account with Ashley Madison, an infidelity-based dating service.

He then admitted that he was addicted to pornography and had cheated on his wife, Anna Duggar.

“I have been the biggest hypocrite ever," Josh said in a statement. "I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the Internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife."

Two years later, the scandals have died down, but there are still those who continue to boycott "Counting On." If TLC decides that Josh should be a regular part of the cast, the network can expect another round of anti-Duggar protests.

Do you think TLC should allow Josh to join the "Counting On" cast?