US Magazine reports:
TLC’s documentary about child sexual abuse finally has an air date. The network revealed on Thursday, Aug. 13, that the one-hour special, titled Breaking the Silence, will air commercial-free on Sunday, Aug. 30. The documentary comes after reports surfaced in May that Josh Duggar, one of the stars of the network’s hit reality series 19 Kids and Counting, had molested five underage girls — including some of his sisters — when he was 14. TLC is partnering with RAINN and Darkness to Light, two of the nation’s leading abuse prevention organizations, for the project. “The one-hour documentary is built around the personal and emotional stories of brave survivors who have found the courage to come forward,” the network said in a statement Thursday. Among those who will speak out in the documentary are Jill and Jessa Duggar, who previously shared their struggles to cope with the aftermath of being molested by Josh more than a decade ago.
I’m betting the documentary doesn’t touch on the Duggar family’s obsession with the completely legal sexual lives of utter strangers.