By Kate Ward
Updated December 20, 2019 at 06:49 AM EST

Fans of Jon & Kate will have to wait a few months before they’re reunited with the broken brood. According to TLC, after a retrospective of the couple’s 10 years together airs on June 29, the show will be on hiatus until Aug. 3. “During this time the family will take some time off to

regroup, and then a modified schedule will be in place to support the

family’s transition,” the network tells EW, adding that it will continue cementing its close relationship with the family. “TLC continues to support the Gosselin family and will

work closely with them to determine the best way to continue to tell

their story as they navigate through this difficult time.”

More on ‘Jon & Kate’ divorce:
Ken Tucker’s Watching TV blog: ‘Jon & Kate’ minus a marriage: They’ll divorce, and ‘I will survive and they will survive’
‘Jon & Kate’ divorce: Lawyers weigh in on custody
PopWatch: Jon and Kate divorce: What should happen to the show?