In addition, the family thanked the network’s film team and many others who helped create their reality television series.

“The wonderful experiences we made filming are always cherished,” they concluded, “and we look forward to discovering what’s next for our family and sharing more with you!”

On Tuesday June 29th, TLC announced its decision to end the family’s show.

“TLC will not produce any additional seasons of Counting On,” the network told E! News in a statement. “TLC believes it is important to give the Duggar family the opportunity to address their situation privately.”

Shortly after the news Jeremy Vuolowho is married to Jinger Duggar and appeared on Counting On, supported the move to Instagram.

“We are grateful that TLC has given us the opportunity over the years to be part of their network and their friendliness towards the Vuolo family,” he said at the time. “It was a remarkable journey that opened doors to travel and experience the world in ways we couldn’t imagine.”

He added, “We wholeheartedly support TLC’s decision not to renew Counting On and look forward to the next chapter in our lives.”