In part two of the Duck Dynasty Christmas Special photo album we have the show’s resident guru Uncle Si playing the part of a wise man in the Robertson family Nativity Scene stage production as well as Jase and Missy Robertson with family patriarch Phil Robertson all chipping in!
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Duck Dynasty‘s Alan Robertson is beardless no more! The oldest Robertson brother showed off a scruffier look this weekend. He also revealed the male family members are required to maintain beards of certain lengths for their Duck Dynasty contracts.
Duck Dynasty returned for its fourth season last night and the special one-hour premiere episode featuring an emotional vow renewal ceremony between Robertson family matriarch Ms. Kay and patriarch Phil Robertson in honor of their 49th anniversary was watched by 11.773 million people, making it the most-watched episode of a non-fiction series in cable television history! Keep reading for all the numbers as well as a jubilant press release from A&E about the history-making event.
Duck Dynasty Season 4 kicks off tomorrow night with a one-hour special that includes a special surprise vow renewal ceremony for Robertson family patriarch and matriarch Phil Robertson and “Ms. Kay” Robertson to celebrate their 49th anniversary. In honor of the momentous occasion, I thought I might hop in the ol’ virtual time machine for a trip down memory lane with some throwback photos of Ms. Kay — most of which were taken long before any of the Robertson men had sworn off razors.
The premise of Duck Dynasty is that the Robertson family made millions off their business, Duck Commander. But, how much are they really worth and how much have they earned from the wildly popular A&E show?
The Duck Dynasty Season 4 premiere airs Wednesday, August 14 and in the hour-long episode fans will be treated to a special event — Phil Robertson and Miss Kay are getting married! Well, getting married again. Well, renewing their vows. Hey, you know what I mean Jack! Keep reading for tons of photos from the Louisianniversary shindig including the boys in duxedos and Phil and Miss Kay looking very happy, happy, happy underneath a floral arch made of vines and antlers. (Oh, and of course Uncle Si was there too!)
The bearded Robertson boys of Duck Dynasty cover the new issue of Parade Magazine as the headline proclaims “THE MIGHTY DUCKS: How the Robertson of Duck Dynasty Became Reality TV’s Biggest Stars.” In the article writer Shawna Malcom talks with the Robertsons about how the show came about as well as the nuts and bolts of how the show is made and what the impact of so much fame and exposure has had on their family. It is revealed that family patriarch (and the creator of the duck calls at the heart of the Robertson family business) Phil Robertson had to be talked into participating initially, and apparently the success of the show hasn’t gone to his head because he suggests he will be leaving soon!
Sometimes it’s hard to get the old man a Father’s Day card that expresses how you truly feel without coming off too sentimental and what not. Hallmark and the bearded brethren of Duck Dynasty are looking to help out with this problem as the two have teamed up for a line of Father’s Day greeting cards. See 3 of the cards in the collection in HI-RES and get our guess as to what the inside will read for Phil and Uncle Si’s.
You can’t go anywhere these days without seeing the stars of the mega-hit Duck Dynasty. In just 3 seasons, the first family of duck calls has stormed the ramparts and made reality TV their own personal hunting reserve. From Willie’s struggles to run the Duck Commander business, to Phil’s battles with beavers and just about anything and everything Uncle Si does, the Robertsons have become their own brand of family-first redneck royalty. In celebration, check out our list of favorite inanimate objects from the show and then cast your vote or add your own in the comments!
Duck Dynasty‘s Phil Robertson may have made millions off of his ingenious duck call, and found even more success with his family-friendly A & E reality show (9. 6 million tuned into the season finale,) but his family used to not even have the basics of running water and electricity.
In his memoir Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander, Phil says those financial setbacks didn’t stop the Robertson clan from being happy, happy, happy.