Once upon a time, TV stood in awe of Duck Dynasty pulling in significantly higher ratings than some non-reality shows, to the point that one member’s exile from the series made national headlines. Now, after five years and eleven seasons, the Robertson clan will finally hang up their duck whistles, at least on TV.
Well, so much for that. Following A&E's controversial move to "ban" 'Duck Dynasty' patriarch Phil Robertson from future filming after his comments on homosexuality in a recent GQ interview, and the resulting media circus, the cable network has officially reneged on its decision to bar the reality star from the highly-rated series.
A&E's hit show "Duck Dynasty" may no longer be such a hit after Phil Robertson's recent interview with GQ. It seems the Robertson family will not continue the show without the "Duck Commander."
A&E's "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson, better known as the "Duck Commander" is not known for holding back and he is receiving a LOT of heat from a recent GQ interview where he spoke his mind.
The ever-increasing popularity of A&E reality series 'Duck Dynasty' continues to mount as a fourth season prepares for debut on January 15, but future seasons may be in store for a major change. Family patriarch Phil Robertson has been placed on an "indefinite hiatus" from filming after Robertson made comments in a GQ interview denigrating homosexuality as a sin, and comparing it wit
The over commercialized hype of Duck Dynasty is both sad and terribly brilliant.
I have to admit. For the first time since I was seven, I'd actually consider buying a Chia Pet.
Check out this commercial featuring Wille and Uncle Si from Duck Dynasty as Chia Pets
Duck Commander from A & E's hit show Duck Dynasty (Phil Robertson) accidentally gave out his home address on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Luckily, his son stopped him before he could give the whole address out, but it was not hard to figure out.