TLC’s Counting On is back for its 11th season! The first episode was set to premiere on Tuesday, June 30, but it was postponed for unclear reasons. The new premiere date of the first episode is right around the corner. It airs on Tuesday, July 7 on TLC. It’s a special two-hour premiere. But, if you’re eager to see the Duggar family sooner than that, you’re in luck. On TLC Go, you can get access to the first episode of the new season.
You can access the first episode on TLC’s website or on the TLC Go app. The app is available on both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Note that you can only watch the first episode and not the second. Because of the special two-part premiere, fans will still have to tune in on Tuesday night for the second part. The first episode of Counting On features the family dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Per the press release, “Jessa and Ben struggle to keep three kids entertained while making the best of the situation at home. Jinger and Jeremy deal with the California restrictions, which are far stricter than those in Arkansas. Meanwhile, Jim Bob, Michelle, and the rest of the kids adjust to self-isolating when they have more than 10 people at home. Later, the entire family comes together for a family fun night…via video chat!”
What to expect on Season 11 of Counting On
As usual, this upcoming season is full of exciting moments for the Duggar family. As fans know, Jim Bob and Michelle have 19 kids. Many of them are married and starting their own families. So, something new is always happening.
The new season will feature Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo’s move to Los Angeles, California. Of course, there will be plenty of family gatherings and babies featured in the new season as well. In this season, Jana opens up about her thoughts about having a boyfriend. Per the press release, there’s a chance that someone is courting, but fans don’t know who is courting yet.
Duggar fans may be disappointed to hear that Joy-Anna Forsyth and Anna will only be on some of the episodes. They won’t have their own storylines, but they will appear in group settings. For example, in the first episode of Season 11, both women and their families are a part of a virtual family game night. It’s unclear how many scenes or episodes they will be in.
So, will you be watching the first episode of Counting On early? Don’t miss the full premiere on Tuesday, July 7 on TLC.
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