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Controversial reality TV shows

POSTED: 2:36 PM Jan 09 2014   UPDATED: 11:39 AM Jun 04 2015

The TLC series "19 Kids and Counting" remains in limbo while Josh Duggar's past acts of molestation as a teenager continue to make headlines. Take a look at other controversial reality shows.

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The TLC series "19 Kids and Counting" remains in limbo while Josh Duggar's past acts of molestation as a teenager continue to make headlines. Repeats of the show, which follows the devout Duggar clan: parents Michelle and Jim Bob and their nine daughters and 10 sons, were pulled off the air by the network on May 26. More than a dozen advertisers have sought to distance themselves from the "19 Kids" franchise, even though the series is currently between seasons and not in production. Take a look at other controversial reality shows.

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