The Josh Duggar scandal seems to have ruined his cousin Amy Duggar and her fiancé Dillon King's plan to share their special day with their fans.

King reportedly took to his Instagram account to share the sad news with his fans, writing: "TLC call us yesterday stating they have decided that they will NOT be filming our wedding and they are 'glad they got to work with us.' So, Amy and myself apologize that we will not be able to share our special day with you all on the TLC network."

Reportedly, King hinted at the possibility of their wedding being shown on a new website the duo was planning to launch.

Duggar announced the news of her engagement through an Instagram post on 13 July, saying she was happy to share her life with one of her best friends.

"I'm so happy to announce…WE ARE ENGAGED!!!! He loves the Lord, he makes me laugh uncontrollably, he's loyal, he's patient, he's my best friend! Of course I said yes!! l love you so much! @kingdillpickle #DillandDuggsforever," she wrote.

The Duggars' family reality show "19 Kids and Counting" was recently cancelled by TLC after reports emerged that Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's eldest child, Josh Duggar, molested several minors, including his sisters Jill Dillard and Jessa Seewald, as a teenager.

Although the Duggars are sad the network has pulled the plug on their show, the family hopes to return to television in the near future.

"The Duggars want to return to TV because they truly believe it was part of God's plan for them to spread the word about their faith," an insider told People. "I think Jim Bob and Michelle honestly did expect people to just move on from this. Their thinking is, they put this behind them ages ago, so why wouldn't the rest of the world?"