07:58 PM EDT 07/27/2015
Originally posted 05/24/2015 03:25PM
Josh and Anna Duggar’s official website has been taken down.
Originally posted 05/22/2015 09:20PM
Of the 2,460 people who live in Tontitown, Arkansas, none have made quite as many headlines as the 19-plus – and counting – in the Duggar family.
Since Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar invited cameras into their lives in 2008, viewers have seen the TLC stars through courtships, new additions and no shortage of controversy. Most recently, eldest son Josh Duggar spoke out in response to reports that he was once accused of molesting five underage girls as a teen.
"Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably, for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret," Josh, who resigned from his position at the Family Research Council as a result of the accusations becoming public, told PEOPLE in a statement. TLC has pulled 19 Kids and Counting from its schedule amid the reports.
Originally posted 05/22/2015 03:10PM
TLC has pulled 19 Kids and Counting from its schedule amid reports that Josh Duggar was once accused of molesting five underage girls as a teen.
The network released a statement on Friday: "Effective immediately, TLC has pulled all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting currently from the air. We are deeply saddened and troubled by this heartbreaking situation, and our thoughts and prayers are with the family and victims at this difficult time."
Originally posted 05/07/2015 08:35PM
TLC and Nelly can rest easy.
Originally posted 05/05/2015 02:45PM
Meet the Willis clan, a 14-strong Tennessee family – parents Brenda and Toby Willis have a dozen kids, ages 4 to 23, who first showed off their impressive musical genes on the last season of America's Got Talent.
Now, TLC's The Willis Family is taking a look at the close-knit family's home life, and PEOPLE has an exclusive clip from the series debut.
WATCH: Jen Helps Bill Battle Through Recovery in the First Teaser for The Little Couple's New Season
Originally posted 05/05/2015 02:15PM
"When you go through something like surgery, time is the thing that is most frustrating," Bill, 39, says in a sneak-peek preview of the season premiere.
"I don't want to be the person that can't do because of my back," he adds, "so I'll do what it takes."
Originally posted 03/31/2015 10:50AM
Now, the family has moved on to even more provocative fare.
In another exclusive clip from the new TLC show 7 Little Johnstons, patriarch Trent, 39, decides to explain the birds and bees to Anna, 14, and Elizabeth, 13.
It literally renders the girls speechless. (And if you had any doubt about the topic of their awkward chat, take a close look at the image of Trent suggestively drilling something in his workshop for a clue.)
Originally posted 03/30/2015 10:00AM
Clinton Kelly is returning to TLC!
The longtime What Not to Wear host will return to the network later this summer for an as-yet-untitled show on which he and Real World veteran Devyn Simone make over people's online dating profiles.
Though Kelly has been married to psychologist Damon Bayles since 2009, he freely admits he's obsessed with how dating works these days: "Whenever I have a single friend anywhere near me, and they're on their apps ... I'm like, 'Give me your phone.' I need to see what's out there. I'm fascinated by how crazy it is now."
The snap judgments the drive online dating are familiar turf for Kelly, who spent 10 years helping women improve the way they presented themselves to the world.
Originally posted 03/25/2015 11:55AM
That's the question posed in Wednesday's episode of Strange Love.
For years, Annalisa Hackleman of Sunnyvale, California, has learned to live with her five-o'clock shadow. At 13, she was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome, a hormonal condition that results in extra hair growth all over her body. Laser hair removal didn't help.
Originally posted 03/16/2015 12:45PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4114271911001" "" "" "auto"] They jokingly call themselves the "Brad and Angelina of little people" – for the size of their brood and the mix of biological and adopted children from foreign countries – and the "real-life seven dwarfs."
But now you can call Amber and Trent Johnston – whose family was the subject of a PEOPLE profile in 2012 – TV stars.
Their new series, 7 Little Johnstons, debuts on TLC on Tuesday, March 31, at 10 p.m. The network, which aired a single episode on the family in January, has ordered 10 episodes.
"The Johnstons have already captured the hearts of our viewers," Nancy Daniels, general manager of TLC, tells PEOPLE. "The family is extremely relatable as they take on life's challenges with a can-do spirit and a sense of humor. TLC is ready to share their adventures."
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