In case you have been living under a rock, “Counting On” wrapped up its sixth season back in October and there is currently no news yet on a new season of the show. However, other shows on the TLC network has just been renewed such as “I Am Jazz,” but again, there is still no official statement for “Counting On.” Some fans are speculating online that TLC is punishing the family by ghosting them after Jill Duggar’s husband Derick Dillard made a few transphobic remarks toward TLC transgender star Jazz Jennings. Well, now the Duggar family has released a statement regarding their show, and in their statement, they reveal that TLC is not giving them any answers about the future of their series.

You can continue to Read below to find out more information on the Duggar family being ghosted by TLC. A report by Hollywood Gossip revealed most of the details included in the article below.

What did the family say about being ghosted by the TLC network?

Some fans think that the TLC network is ghosting the Duggar family because of the family’s recent online behavior. The ghosting rumors gained more momentum when the family revealed they contacted TLC about the future of the show and the network had no answers for them. The clan revealed this on their blog, and this is what they said about the future fate of the series: “We have been in contact with TLC.” Then the comment continued with “but at this time, there are no announcements to share.” You can tell from that statement that the TLC network executives are avoiding the Duggar family as they don’t want the family to know what they are doing with the show.

We can only hope that "Counting On" gets renewed as it has always had a decent viewership and the family have quite the avid fanbase as well.

What other controversies have the Duggar family been in?

Dillard’s transphobic tweets may not be the only reason why TLC may be ghosting the Duggar family. Dillard and his wife, Jill Duggar, have been accused of trying to scam Hurricane Harvey victims out of money online.

Dillard set up a fundraising page for himself around the time Hurricane Harvey had just hit Houston. This made people think Dillard was stealing money from the victims and the website hosting the fundraising page decided to shut the money grabbing attempt down as they too saw it as a very selfish move. You can catch up with the Duggar family on their television show “Counting On” or you can follow them on their social media accounts.