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.
Weeks ago, the GQ article came out with Phil Robertson's controversial comments. A&E suspended him for a brief period of time. Everybody and their Uncle (Si) were talking about Duck Dynasty. However, there may be a few coincidences... like the fact that Duck Dynasty Marathons were on TV quite a bit during this controversy, or maybe because the new season premiere was just around the corne
There's been some resolution in the sensitive, headline-grabbing standoff between the Robertson family of the hugely successful TV show 'Duck Dynasty' and A&E, the network which airs the program and suspended patriarch Phil Robertson due to some unsavory comments he made about African-Americans and homosexuals in an interview.