After just seven episodes, TLC wrapped the latest season of “Counting On” late last month. So, unfortunately for fans hoping to get to see a new episode of the Duggar family this Monday, TLC won’t be airing a fresh installment.

In its place, the network will be showing a new episode of “Long Island Medium” during the “Counting On” show’s former time slot at 9 p.m. EDT. The premiere episode will see psychic Theresa Caputo give readings to celebrities Kelsey Grammer, “This is Us” actress Chrissy Metz, singer Mark McGrath and Bob Harper, a trainer for “The Biggest Loser.”

Following the 64-minute episode, TLC viewers can watch the premiere of “The Healer” at 10 p.m. EDT. The episode will see healer Charlie Goldsmith treat actress Jennifer Grey.

The network will also air a new episode of “Long Lost Family” at 8 p.m. EDT on Monday.

While TV Guide does not have any listings for “Counting On” for the next two weeks, there are several ways to watch the show.

Season 1 (the first three episodes) is now streaming on Hulu, meaning Duggar fans can watch the show from the beginning while they wait to learn if TLC has renewed the series for a new season. For those who have a Hulu account, you can start watching now for free. If you’re never had an account with Hulu, you can sign up and receive a complimentary month of service. After the trial is up, you can pay $5.99 a month for limited commercial service, $11.99 per month for commercial-free viewing or simply cancel your account at no charge.

Of course, you can always watch “Counting On” on TLC’s website. Season 1 isn’t available there, but viewers can catch Season 2 through the most current installment on the network’s site and TLC GO. To start watching the full 48 episodes, simply log-in using your cable provider information. You can also watch “Counting On” on-the-go as the viewing platform is compatible with smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers.

There’s also the option to use TLC GO app, which is available to download for free. The app is available for iOS and Android and will work with most smartphones and tablets.

After viewing all of the available installments, “Counting On” fans can take solace in knowing there’s possibly new episodes on the way. On Friday, Jeremy Vuolo’s mother, Diana Vuolo, revealed on Facebook that her son and daughter-in-law, Jinger Duggar, would be filming an episode at an upcoming event for her organization SWAN 4 Kids. Her post has since been removed.

Of course, this is not the first time the Duggars have teased their comeback.

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