Ratings for Jill & Jessa: Counting On are dropping — and so are more advertisers.
As In Touch reported, many companies were unhappy their commercials ran during the show’s first few episodes. And now, two more companies whose ads ran during the April 5 episode have issued statements.
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A spokeswoman for Intuit, which represents TurboTax, says that their ad was “part of a bulk media buy” with TLC, meaning they were unaware when exactly it would air.
A spokesman for Dole Packaged Foods explains that airing their Fruitocracy spot during Counting On was “a mistake. The company does not run advertising on shows with content that might be offensive to our consumers.”
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Ratings have declined 30 percent since the March 15 premiere.
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