An In Touch investigation has uncovered that more advertisers are continuing to flee from Duggar spin-off Jill and Jessa: Counting On.
As In Touch first reported when season two of Counting On aired, four companies initially released statements saying they did not support the show and the ads that aired were simply a mistake. Since then two more advertisers also said they didn't want their adds on the Duggar spin-off.
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Now, Gold Bond, Aspercreme, ACT Kids Rinse, Children’s Nasacort and Allegra can be added to the list! A rep for their parent company reveals the commercials which aired on the show Sept. 13 “ran in error” and the program is on their “do not buy list” and won’t run again.
And a rep for Big Lots adds that its ad ran in error and that the company won’t advertise on TLC, while Aaron’s Inc. says it won’t advertise on the show going forward.
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Viewers are also abandoning Counting On. Since season one, nearly a million viewers have stopped watching.
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