It was last year when TLC decided to fire Derick Dillard from "Counting On" for his offensive comments against another TLC star, Jazz Jennings. With the recently released promotional poster for "Counting On," it was evident that even Dillard's wife will not be returning to the show as well.
In the poster released by the official Facebook account of the Duggar Family, it says the show will return in 30 days while an image of the main cast is shown, and Jill is notably missing. It is still unknown as of this moment why Derick's wife will also not be appearing in the series.
In his series of tweets last year, Dillard shared his views about one of TLC's shows "I am Jazz." In one of his posts, he stated that the "reality" show is supposed to promote reality, something that Jenning's reality TV series is not, at least in his view. According to Dillard, transgender is non-existent, as gender is "ordained by God."
What an oxymoron... a "reality" show which follows a non-reality. "Transgender" is a myth. Gender is not fluid; it's ordained by God. https://t.co/YxzH5o5Ujx— Derick Dillard (@derickmdillard) August 3, 2017
Later on, the 28-year old reality star defended himself by claiming that he has nothing against Jennings and he only had issues with the idea being promoted on the latter's show. Dillard also claimed that Jennings was only being taken advantage of by TLC.
Meanwhile, in the new teaser released by the official Facebook of "Counting On," the newly married couples shared how their lives are after tying the knot. Jeremy Vuolo and his wife Jinger Duggar are looking for a new home to move in, while the honeymoon of Austin Forysth and Joy Duggar was also featured. On the other hand, Joe and Kendra Duggar's romantic wedding ceremony was also shown.
"Counting On" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST at TLC.