List Of 19 Kids And Counting Episodes
The following is a list of episodes of the television series 19 Kids and Counting. The program is a reality/documentary series about the Duggar Family, shown on TLC. The series began on September 29, 2008, and has had eleven seasons, plus thirteen specials to date.
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... Ep # Total Title Airdate 1* 161 "Baby on the Way" April 2, 2013 (2013-04-02) After the Duggars return home from Asia, Anna invites the family over to tell them the news that she and Josh are expecting baby number three ... Jana and Jill are studying to be midwives and spend an afternoon seeing patients, alongside a licensed midwife 162 ... "Duggar Weight Loss Challenge" April 9, 2013 (2013-04-09) Jim Bob and Josh start a 90-day weight-loss competition ...
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