Duggars spotted filming again in Arkansas

It has been seven months since TLC canceled the Duggars' reality show "19 Kids and Counting" after Josh Duggar got caught up in a molestation scandal. Duggar was accused of molesting four of his sisters and a babysitter.

He later admitted to cheating on his wife, Anna, and said he is addicted to porn. He was also accused of assaulting a porn star, but that lawsuit was dropped earlier this month .

As Josh headed to rehab to battle his demons, the rest of the family kept it moving. Sisters Jill and Jessa scored their own show " Jill and Jessa: Counting On "  -- a three-part series that aired in December.

But it looks like the rest of the clan may be making a comeback. According to an exclusive interview with an eyewitness in In Touch magazine , Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's ninth child, 18-year-old daughter Joy-Anna, was filming at a store near the family home.

Joy-Anna made her way around the Harps food store near the family’s Springdale, Ark., compound, accompanied by party-planner pal Sierra Jo Dominguez and a posse of cameramen, reports In Touch.

“A camera crew was with them when they arrived in the parking lot, and another cameraman was waiting for them inside the supermarket,” an eyewitness tells In Touch exclusively. “They were shopping for supplies for a party Sierra was organizing. The film crew included one of the people who used to film for 19 Kids and Counting.”

Jim Bob and Michelle have made no secret of their desire to return to television, but wisely are doing it through their children, said an insider. A rep for the family told In Touch: "We have no statement at this time."