Add to that, she is breaking various the rules of the Duggar family that she once had to follow. writing. The met Simon Cowell! This show ran until 2015 and during its lengthy time on TLC, there was a huge sex scandal and TLC pulled it from the network.

Although some complain that the TLC spin-off is boring, the family still has legions of fans and those who tune in to watch their escapades every single week. They are the most well-liked ones in the family as well. Considering the family’s paycheck likely went up over the years — and they may have had a chance to renegotiate their contract when Counting On started filming — they may make even more per episode today. Being the eldest child, Josh Duggar, 31, could be the first on in many followers' mind when it comes to the question of who of the 19 siblings is the richest. Besides, they aren't as rich as their other siblings, and their wealth would be incomparable to the richest of them all. Life is certainly easier for the 25-year-old since being a Vuolo. “[We thought there wasn’t] any actual pay on top of that.”, Derick believed only Jim Bob Duggar, the family patriarch, had an actual contract with the TV network.

Duggars Pay A Touching Tribute To Grandma Mary Following Her Sudden Demise, The Insanely Rich Jim Bob Duggar Is About to Get Even Richer, Jinger Duggar Rocks Pink Heels At L.A. Red Carpet Premiere With Husband Jeremy Vuolo, Josh Duggar's Real Estate Lawsuit Is Getting Nastier By The Day, '19 Kids and Counting' Star Jinger Duggar's Husband Jeremy Vuolo Is Eager For His Own TLC Series, Fans Can't Help Ask About the Health of Jessa Duggar's Baby, Michelle Duggar Provides Marriage Advice for Newlyweds. A post shared by The Duggar Family (@duggarfam) on Feb 25, 2019 at 5:41pm PST. One episode takes about four days to film, so this translates to roughly $6,250 to $10,000 a day. That’s not even the entire list. According to a report published by E! A few of the Duggars have split off from Jim Bob and Michelle because of their views. Now that many of the kids are grown, they also seem to be making their own money as house flippers, car salesmen and Instagram influencers. Aside from the reality TV show, they didn't have real jobs. Back when 19 Kids and Counting was on the air, the biggest question viewers had was about the family’s grocery bill. Part of it is from a book deal. I only have one son, so I know my financial burn isn't as great as millions of parents who spend tens of thousands of dollars a year on their children. It's a massive figure, but split between all the kids, and their own children, even a few million dollars can only go so far. Jana is the oldest Duggar daughter.

What a great few days we have had with our family celebrating Thanksgiving. And since they reportedly earn approximately $25,000 to $40,000 per episode, the family has made millions over the past ten years. Keller), and Jesus. But just how much money are they bringing in? The Duggar family – formerly of 19 Kids & Counting and now, Counting On – have been on TV for a decade. The show focused on Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar and their giant family. Spill the Tea! Only a handful of reality TV stars and television hosts actually make tens of millions of dollars for one season of a show, Business Insider reported. We truly have so much to be thankful for!! 'Counting On': How Much Are Jessa Duggar And Ben Seewald Worth? During a 2012 interview, Michelle told Today’s Savannah Guthrie they spent roughly $3,000 a month on groceries. Then again, Counting On alum Derick Dillard claimed in December 2019 that not everyone was getting a paycheck for their role on the show. There's the new Hollywood yard.Source: Radar Online. When the Duggar children get married, they are given a home, if they choose to stay in the same area as Jim Bob and Michelle. The Duggars Welcomed an Army of Babies — and More Are on the Way! Michael came up with the sum by stating that he believes each episode costs around $250,000 to $400,000 to produce. ‘Bold and the Beautiful’ Spoilers: Don Diamont Shares Devastating Heartache Over Tragic Family Loss, ‘Days of Our Lives’ Spoilers: Kristian Alfonso Opens Up the Daytime TV Industry After Hope Brady’s DOOL Exit, British Royal Family: Piers Morgan Denies Obsession With Meghan Markle. So, let’s think about the math. According to one estimate, Jill Duggar Dillard's net worth is $400,000. One of the strange things about the Duggars is that they have never explained to anyone how much money they have made from being on the shows. The Duggar family has been gracing America’s televisions since their first documentary, 14 Kids and Counting. It's not exactly known how the Duggars split their per-episode earnings.

One thing you might wonder is how much money the Duggars make for their appearance on the hit TLC show. ‘Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Nate’s Major Confession Rocks Elena’s World Upside Down! It just the beginning for the kids to start building up a massive family. TLC has not yet responded to In Touch‘s request for comment. Of course, that was over 10 years ago. Jill Duggar Dillard and her husband Derek Dillard also solicit donations to the Dillard Family Ministries to support their missionary work, which was once embroiled in controversy over a misuse of funds, according to Hollywood Take. If the Duggar family gets $25,000 to $40,000 per episode, that is quite a lot of money! A post shared by The Duggar Family (@duggarfam) on Apr 10, 2018 at 7:05pm PDT. They bought a whole fleet of airplanes, now registered under the Duggar Aviation LLC.