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 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 city of Nashville, Tenn. seems to be all over the small screen lately with the popularity of ABC's drama 'Nashville.' Now, A&E has jumped aboard the Music City wagon with the production of a new reality series: 'Crazy Hearts: Nashville.'
We're full tilt Duck Dynasty around these parts. The weekly antics of the Robertson's are always a bright spot in my week. New episodes of what my country cousins are up to are never missed on my TV, but occasionally I run across something that even surprises me...