More Advertisers Pull Out of '19 Kids and Counting'

by Rosalyn Oshmyansky 1:25 PM PDT, May 26, 2015
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The backlash continues for 19 Kids and Counting.

Following Josh Duggar's molestation admission last week, TLC not only pulled all airings of the Duggars' show, but General Mills removed all their advertising as well. 

Now, more advertisers are joining in on pulling their commercials.

Choice Hotels tells ET, "We have decide to remove our advertising from the show."

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In addition, a company spokesperson for Payless ShoeSource shared with ET, "Payless ads ran during this show as part of a larger buy with TLC. We are taking steps to have them removed from future episodes."

Walgreens also issued a statement to ET, saying that the company will no longer advertise on the program. "In the wake of recent news, we are no longer advertising on the '19 Kids and Counting' program," its statement read.

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While it remains to be seen if 19 Kids and Counting will air again on TLC or if Josh will be removed from the show, he has been laying low. After immediately resigning from his position as executive director of FRC Action following his admission, Josh also cancelled a scheduled appearance at a Christian home schooling convention for next weekend.

Watch the video below for Mama June's reaction to TLC pulling 19 Kids and Counting.