Josh Duggar came out of rehab just in time to help his sisters launch their Duggar spinoff on The Learning Channel after the network canceled their family show for covering up Josh's admitted sexual molestation.
Months after finally being released officially, Duggar was seen selling used cars for the family business. It's not the glamorous lifestyle Duggar is accustom to, gallivanting around online hookup sites for casual sex. Duggar went from television to an influential Washington lobbyist for the Family Research Council all before he was 30-years-old. That is until it came crashing down around him. Perhaps that is why Duggar is hoping to get back into television, The Hollywood Gossip reports.
"Josh is determined to fix his image so he can make a comeback," a source close to the family told Us Weekly. "He'll stop at nothing to get back in front of the cameras again, especially because he's broke and has no prospect of work.
According to the source, "Getting another reality show is the only way he can think of to make real money."
It won't take long for the Duggars to work through the staged series of interviews asking for forgiveness. Chances are, the family will end up on shows that will help him deliver a tearful message about the evils of Satan and sex.
"Josh is having Anna reach out to people like Dr. Phil and Megyn Kelly so he can have his mea culpa moment," the source claims. "If that goes well and people are sympathetic towards him, he is sure he can convince TLC to give him and Anna a spin-off - something to do with healing their marriage within the Christian faith."
The Duggar sisters TLC show was slated to be canceled before it's finale earlier this month. Ratings plateaued but companies didn't want their products to be advertised during the show. The sisters were rumored to be working on coordinating a planned parenthood so that they could generate more ratings and news about the show.