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In the latest installment in the Duggar franchise, the network focuses on the family's older children as they celebrate some of life's milestone moments, including big moves, the realities of growing up, and raising their own families. "19 Kids and Counting" spinoff "Counting On" (formerly "Jill & Jessa: Counting On") tracks Jessa and husband Ben adjusting to life with infant son Spurgeon, while Jill and husband Derick continue their missionary work with baby boy Israel in Central America. Back in Arkansas, siblings Jana, Jinger, Joy Anna, John David, Josiah and Joseph explore their own talents and passions.

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aired 54 days ago
John and Abbie's wedding is finally here and everyone is in full wedding-mode as they get ready for the big day; at the altar, the bride and groom share their first kiss in an unexpected way; a family member has a very special announcement.
aired 54 days ago
John and Abbie's wedding is finally here and everyone is in full wedding-mode as they get ready for the big day; at the altar, the bride and groom share their first kiss in an unexpected way; a family member has a very special announcement.
aired 55 days ago
John David and Abbie fly to the Philippines for a mission trip weeks before their wedding; Jinger and Jeremy travel up north so Felicity can meet her great-grandparents; while there, they get a surprise from some very unexpected guests.
aired 55 days ago
In Laredo, Jeremy is on daddy duty as Jinger runs errands; John and Abbie's wedding is just around the corner; John and the boys partake in a thrilling competition while Abbie tries on wedding dresses.
aired 56 days ago
Jessa, Lauren, Kendra and Jana pair off with some of the little kids and go head to head to create a groom's cake for John and Abbie's wedding; Josiah and Lauren's worlds are shaken up when they reveal some tragic news.
aired 56 days ago
Jinger and Jeremy get a dose of reality as they adjust to life as new parents; Ben tutors the Duggar kids and they must use their math skills to cook a meal for 40 people; later at dinner, one couple makes a special announcement.
aired 57 days ago
The hills are alive for Josiah and Lauren as they go on their Austrian honeymoon; while there, they re-enact scenes from "The Sound of Music" and visit with a local family; Jinger worries she won't have the smooth labor she was hoping for.
aired 57 days ago
With the due date near, Jinger and Jeremy get ready to meet baby Vuolo; John whisks Abbie away on a surprise trip to ask for her hand in marriage; Jinger's labor takes an unexpected turn.
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John and Abbie's wedding is finally here and everyone is in full wedding-mode as they get ready for the big day; at the altar, the bride and groom share their first kiss in an unexpected way; a family member has a very special announcement.
aired 61 days ago
It's Josiah and Lauren's wedding day, and the happy couple is eager to walk down the aisle and finally share their first kiss; with Josiah being the family prankster and the brothers out for revenge, the couple better prepare for some shenanigans.
aired 61 days ago
It's Josiah and Lauren's wedding day, and the happy couple is eager to walk down the aisle and finally share their first kiss; with Josiah being the family prankster and the brothers out for revenge, the couple better prepare for some shenanigans.
aired 62 days ago
Jinger and Jeremy throw a gender reveal party for the family; Joe and Kendra welcome their baby boy.
aired 62 days ago
Jinger and Jeremy throw a gender reveal party for the family and the family has a surprise of their own for Jinger; Josiah and Lauren celebrate their upcoming wedding with a game of giant foosball; Joe and Kendra welcome their baby boy.
aired 63 days ago
The Duggars celebrate Jana and John David's 28th birthday with a family ski trip; Jinger and Jeremy tour a birth center and find out the gender of their baby; Lauren goes shopping for the perfect wedding gown.
aired 63 days ago
Three couples go on a thrift store date night and choose outfits for their partners to wear; new mom Joy and pregnant Kendra have a joint Sip & See party.
aired 64 days ago
The three pregnant sisters are reunited for a big family birthday; Joy goes into labor, and after 20 hours, she is transported to the hospital for an emergency C-section.
aired 64 days ago
Jinger and Jeremy's good friends come for a visit, and the expecting couple has a trial run at parenthood; they must figure out how to manage three kids under five without any meltdowns; Josiah travels to Georgia to propose to Lauren.
aired 65 days ago
Jinger and Jeremy celebrate their first anniversary, and Jeremy has a very special surprise for her; Josiah is ready to take the next step and seeks the blessing of Lauren's dad; Joe and Kendra reveal the gender of their baby in a very explosive way.
aired 65 days ago
Jessa and Ben visit a creamery with the kids; Joy and Austin go on a babymoon before their baby arrives; Jinger and Jeremy visit Arkansas and have a special announcement for the family.

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