“Duck Dynasty’s” Robertson family may be flying high now, but they’ve had their fair share of low moments in the past. In a new film from the Christian group I Am Second, patriarch Phil Robertson and his wife, Miss Kay, open up about their pre-fame struggles with Phil’s alcohol problems and adultery, which very nearly […]
Si and Phil Robertson say we should leave the Second Amendment alone and concentrate on clamping down on our dirty urges.
By Greg Gilman Phil Robertson, the leader of the “Duck Dynasty” clan, confronted producers of the hit A&E reality series over questionable bleeps suggesting profanity that was never spoken, as well as cutting any mention of Jesus. Robertson revealed the clash during an April interview (above) with Christian sports magazine, Sports Spectrum, which has only […]
“Duck Dynasty” will get a chance to prove Wednesday night if it’s a dynasty where it really counts in the TV biz: In the ratings. Watch an extended preview of the season premiere …
“Duck Dynasty’s” esteemed patriarch may soon be ready to hang up his hunting whistle for good. In a new interview with Parade magazine, Duck Commander founder Phil Robertson hints that he’ll likely leave the A&E hit reality show in the not-too-distant future.
Phil Robertson, one of the shaggy-bearded stars of the hit reality TV series “Duck Dynasty,” used to get mistaken for a homeless man. He said he was even singled out once at an airport for a security search and wands went “places my woman hasn’t been in years.”
When “Duck Dynasty” returned for its third season last week, it was greeted by an audience of 8.6 million viewers. Pretty good for an A&E reality series about bearded bayou brethren who manufacture duck calls and love to go bird hunting.