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In the highly sought after age demographic of 18-49, only 4.2 million tuned in. Could this be the beginning of the end for
Alan Robertson responded to the decision to lift the ban in a statement to E! News Friday, crediting "Duck Dynasty" fans
For A&E's full statement on Robertson, head over to THR. The reality star was initially suspended for anti-gay remarks he
TMZ reports that if A&E doesn't renew "Duck Dynasty" after Phil Robertson's controversial remarks, at least two other networks
On Wednesday, Dec. 18, A&E announced Robertson would be "indefinitely" suspended from the reality series. The future of the
Deleting things is always tough, congrats on all the extra DVR space! "WTF are you wearing?" -all his co-workers cc: HuffPost
From the creators of "Duck Dynasty," Discovery Channel's "Porter Ridge" takes us out of the swamp and into the hills. Tucked away in the rolling hills of Indiana, far from big city life, this isolated, tight-knit community lives by its own set of rules. The Ridge is a place where a guy can have a yard full of pet grizzly bears, use dynamite recreationally and hold family demolition derbies. The code of life on the Ridge is simple: respect the lord, love your family and watch each other's backs.
When asked how much longer he would be involved with the show, Robertson, "Not long," noting that he thought the show itself
Season 3 of "Duck Dynasty" went out with a bang: A record-breaking 9.6 million viewers tuned in (and 5.5 million adults 18