WATCH: Jill And Jessa Duggar Asked If They Will Get Their Own Spinoff Series In Wake Of Josh Molestation Scandal

EXCLUSIVE: Jill and Jessa Duggar spotted Akron Airport with their husbands

Jun. 22 2015, Published 4:29 p.m. ET

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Might we be seeing more of Jill Duggar Dillard and Jessa Duggar Seewald on TV any time soon?

The 19 Kids And Counting stars were spotted at Akron Airport on June 20 en route to ALIVE Christian Music Festival with their husbands, Derick Dillard and Ben Seewald, when they were asked about the fate of their TLC show.

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Of course, the ladies didn't comment about being two of the five victims in the Josh Duggar molestation scandal, but they maintained their smiles when asked if they are getting their own reality show.

So far, the future of 19 Kids And Counting is unknown, but rumors have been swirling that the sisters will be getting their own spinoff series to document their lives starting out families of their own.

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Jessa, Jill, their husbands and baby Israel attended the music festival as speakers and, though they didn't address the molestation directly, they did mention trouble within their family.

"Hey we’re not a perfect family, we mess up," Jill said. "Imagine what life is like with a family with two or three kids and multiply that about 10 times over and that's what you get."

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