‘Counting On’ spoilers find that Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo have been hanging on by a thread. They have been on the show and trying to still connect with the Duggar family, even from hundreds of miles away.
There are rumors that these two could be ready to leave the show though. Many of Jinger’s siblings left the show to focus on their own families and careers, but Jinger is still sticking by her parents. This may change though.
‘Counting On’ Spoilers: Expanding Their Brand
Jinger and Jeremy are working really hard to expand their brand and show their fans that they are more than just part of the Duggar clan. They launched their new online boutique on December 1 and it is called Hope & Stead.
Jeremy wrote on Instagram about it, “hope & Stead is live! We have been working hard to promote the message and lifestyle of Hope through creating designs that point to our ultimate Hope- Christ. What do you think?! Head over to Hope & Stead to shop the site!”
‘Counting On’ Spoilers: Will Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo Leave The Show?
They also have been working hard on another project. They have started a podcast for young Christian couples called The Hope We Hold. They released their first episode in 2019 and have quite a follower.
Jinger actually lost a lot of her sponsorships because of the opinions that her parents hold. She was pretty upset because in many ways, she is a lot different now that she isn’t under the roof of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.
One of their closest friends told fans, “The contracts with the network are a bit crazy, they are very locked in and it stops them from making money in many other ways.” These troubles sound quite like the allegations that her sister, Jill Duggar brought up.
Jim Bob apparently got paid $40,000 per episode and never told the children about this money. That is one of the reasons that Jill left the show, apparently. Will the money be the reason that Jinger and Jeremy leave too?
According to an insider, Jinger and Jeremy only make about $1,500 per episode and they started these other projects so that they can make more money to help to support their growing family.
Who can blame them? Will they leave the show? It’s isn’t clear yet, but if they can’t get out of these contracts, we will probably see them on TLC at least until 2022.
If you want to keep up with Jinger and Jeremy, you can catch their podcast or find them on social media.
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