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.
The Robertson family of 'Duck Dynasty' has issued an official statement following A&E's decision to suspend Phil Robertson indefinitely from the show for making anti-homosexual comments in an interview with GQ Magazine.
Duck Dynasty is in its fourth season on A&E and is without a doubt, one of the biggest shows on all of television. The Robertson family has created a culture and a rather impressive dedicated following, too. The family is getting in the holiday spirit this year a bit early, because they're getting ready to release a Christmas album on Oct. 29!
The men of A&E's 'Duck Dynasty' are some of the biggest stars in America these days, even more so after Season 4 launched this week. They're traveling the country doing interviews and appearances in support of the new season, and this morning on 'Live With Kelly & Michael," Jase Robertson revealed something surprising during his trip to New York City.
With Season 4 of 'Duck Dynasty' set to start Aug. 14, A&E today released a bunch of photos from the ol' Robertson family scrapbooks. And we get to see the men of the show without their iconic beards.
East Texas Christian Academy in Tyler will celebrate it’s 35th year by hosting a family event this fall with A&E’s Duck Dynasty Commander C.E.O Willie Robertson and his mother Miss Kay Robertson.