The Duggars are ready to put scandal behind them.
"We're moving on with our lives, and we're really looking forward to the future," John-David Duggar, 26, told "Good Morning America."
"And so we wanted to kind of share that with our fans, the folks that have followed us for years." He added, "We've forgiven, and we're moving on, and we're looking to the future."
Some of the Duggar siblings are set to debut their new show on TLC "Jill and Jessa: Counting On."
The show will focus on the older siblings in the Duggar brood, mainly Jessa and Jill and their own families.
The family's reality show "19 Kids and Counting" was canceled after news broke that Josh Duggar had molested several underage girls when he was a teenager. He later admitted to a pornography addiction and to cheating on his wife, Anna. He left a faith-based rehab center in Illinois last week.
"The devil took his best shot," added John-David. "And he tried to take our whole family down, but God has really used this to, instead of tearing us apart as a family, he's using it to draw us together."
His sister Jessa admitted that allowing cameras back into their lives was a difficult decision but in the end, they felt their experiences may help others in similar situations.
"We've had a lot of healing in our family in these past months but we're ready to move forward and share our lives," she said.