19 kids and counting Pulled From Hulu, Jim Bob And Michelle Agree To Interview

19 kids and counting Pulled From Hulu, Jim Bob And Michelle Agree To Interview

19 kids and counting Pulled From Hulu following molestation scandal involving Josh Duggar

In the latest backlash from the Josh Duggar molestation scandal, online video site Hulu has pulled the reality series “19 Kids and Counting” from its lineup.

Although the streaming-video service didn’t make any formal announcement, episodes weren’t found Thursday on the Hulu site, where they had been available as recently as Wednesday.

The show’s banishment follows TLC yanking the series from its program schedule last week.

The 27-year-old Duggar is the oldest of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s 19 children. The family is featured in the show, whose 10th season concluded May 19.

TLC hasn’t addressed whether its popular show will return for a new season.

Meanwhile, Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly will interview Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar about the controversy surrounding their son.

The interview, scheduled to air Tomorrow, comes about two weeks after the start of the backlash following reports of inappropriate conduct between the Duggars’ eldest son, Josh, and minors when he was a teenager.

“Kelly will speak with the parents about their son’s molestation allegations and the controversy surrounding their family right now,” Fox News Channel said in a news release Saturday. “Additional portions of the interview, which will take place at the Duggar home in Arkansas, will air during a one-hour ‘Kelly File’ special on Friday, June 5.”

“The Kelly File” averages 2.5 million viewers. Fox News Channel, owned by 21st Century Fox, is available in more than 90 million homes.