(Some) Duggars Are Heading Back To TV In New TLC Specials

Filming is expected to begin in October


Jessa Seewald and Jill Dillard with their families

The Duggars are coming back to television.

Jessa Seewald and Jill Dillard are set to star in two — or more — specials for TLC, the network confirmed today.

The announcement comes two months after the network pulled the plug on 19 KIDS AND COUNTING amid allegations that their brother, Josh Duggar, had sexually molested several young girls as a teenager.

Per The Hollywood Reporter:

The untitled specials will center on Dillard, her husband Derick and their infant son as they prepare to move to El Salvador for missionary work, and Seewald, who is expecting her first child with husband Ben on Nov. 1. Two or three are currently planned.

Over 19 Kids and Counting’s 15-season run, Jill and Jessa became two of the family’s most famous members, appearing on magazine covers documenting their engagements, marriages and pregnancies.

The series, however, has not aired on TLC since it was canceled in July. The sisters most recently appeared on the channel in August in a special, entitled Breaking the Silence, that aimed to raise awareness of child sexual abuse nationwide.

Production will begin in October. The first of the still-untitled specials are expected to air in late 2015.