Jill & Jessa: Counting On
The new three-episode special will narrate Jill and Jessa's life after Josh Duggar's cheating and porn addiction scandalTLC

The Duggars are finally back to mainstream television with TLC's three-episode special Jill And Jessa Counting On. The premiere episode of the highly anticipated docu-series reveals how the Duggar siblings are dealing with the aftermath of the Josh Duggar sexual assault and cheating scandal.

Jessa and Jill, the star daughters of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, have opened up about their lives during and after the scandal that tarnished their family's reputation. "You always think in the beginning of the year what the year will hold and it hasn't been what we thought," Jill said during the show and added that her family had a very difficult time dealing with the shocking revelations and public scrutiny.

"We had moved on from there. To be thrown under the bus was really really hard. You don't want that rubbed in your face all the time, for everyone else to see...That wasn't right whoever released that. It shouldn't have happened," the 24-year-old reality star added.

New mother Jessa also shared her thoughts about how she lost trust in her brother after his multiple high-profile affairs and porn addiction. "It was shocking. You don't expect something like that to happen. It's your older brother. Somebody you love and who you trust," She said. "So definitely there was a period of time in our family where Josh was not to be trusted. He spent time away from home, getting help."

However, Jessa admitted that her brother has worked hard to regain his sisters' trust after he molested them when he was a teen. "Josh ended up confessing to us that he had gotten addicted to pornography and had been unfaithful to his wife, and We were devastated. Over the years Josh had worked really hard to repair our trust in him."

The 23-year-old reality star also expressed her concern about fans expecting the Duggar family to be perfect. "There's an expectation that this family doesn't have any problems," she says. "People go digging up old bones. It was so frustrating."

John-David, Jana's twin brother, also appeared on the show and admitted that he never wants to be like his brother anymore. "One of the toughest things I had to tell my older brother was, I don't want to be like you anymore."

Jinger was emotional while discussing the controversy and admitted that Josh's cheating scandal was the toughest battle that her family had to face.

The Duggar sisters, however, are trying to move on and the remaining two episodes will show how they are keeping themselves busy with their parenting and missionary tasks.