The stars of 19 Kids and Counting are getting ready to appear in a shocking documentary called Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets, which will be available to viewers. The Duggars’ long run of controversies has made them a fan favorite on TLC. What might have been a positive family show rapidly became negative due to their extremist views.
Since 19 Kids and Counting ended in May 2015, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar and their 19 children have not been publicly seen together. Jana Duggar, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo, Joy-Anna Forsyth, and Jill Duggar attempted their hands at a spin-off called Counting On, but the show was terminated in 2020 due to continued problems.
Jim Bob and Michelle raised their kids in what outsiders would call a cultish religious environment. Religion played a significant role in shaping their lives and leading them to where they are now.
When Will They Reveal the Duggars’ Secrets?
The world premiere of Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets will air on Prime Video on June 2nd. On the day of its release, you can see all four parts of the documentary.
Where To Watch Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets?
From 17 Kids and Counting to 18 Kids and Counting and 19 Kids and Counting, the Duggars were a staple on TLC for over a decade. Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar have allowed cameras into their home to show the world how they are raising their large family. Based on their understanding of the Bible, they homeschooled their many children and enforced harsh regulations.
The Duggars, at first glance, appeared to be the perfect family. There were, however, hints that this family’s story wasn’t quite what it seemed, most notably when charges came that Josh Duggar, the eldest son, had sexually molested multiple girls, including some of his sisters. The show 19 Kids and Counting was canceled because of the scandal.
A new version of the show, Counting On, with some of the now-adult Duggar children, debuted shortly after. Then, in April of that year 2021, Josh was taken into custody on charges of having images of child sexual assault on his person. A few months later, TLC officially announced the show’s cancellation.
The proceedings of Josh’s trial were covered by the press, and he was ultimately found guilty and given a term of twelve and a half years in jail. A documentary series about the Duggar family and the conservative religious group to which they are connected, The Institute in Basic Life Principles, was soon announced by Amazon. This documentary series has at long last been given a name and an airing date.
On Friday, June 2nd, Prime Video will debut Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets. All four episodes can be viewed online right away. The show’s creators are also responsible for the Prime Video documentary series LuLaRich.
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The Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets Trailer
Former members of the IBLP have testified that the group’s goal was “world domination.” The Institute in Basic Life Principles serves as inspiration for the story’s extreme organization. In order to win souls for Christ, Bill Gothard established the International Bible Literacy Project (IBLP).
The clip, however, suggests that a darker plot was already in the works before the cast of 19 Kids and Counting became involved. Following this disturbing introduction, we will dive deep into the Duggar story, which culminated in Josh Duggar’s arrest for child p*rn.
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