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After Counting On Is Cancelled, New Report Indicates How Much Money Jim Bob Duggar Is Set To Lose A Year

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Speaking to the wildly varying episode counts, only once during Counting On‘s eleven-season run were there back-to-back seasons with the same number of installments – Seasons 6 and 7 featured seven each –  while numbers ranged from as low as three episodes in Season 1 to 13 episodes in Season 3. That meant TLC could throw together two seasons a year, which means Jim Bob Duggar was pulling in around $1.7 million a year, presumably before taxes. And it may have been even more in 2017, during which Seasons 4, 5, and 6 all aired. That said, it’s unclear if the Duggars were making less per season during the earlier years of the show.

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