The CEO of Duck Commander made his first public comments following A&E’s decision to bring back “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson.
“Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson will return to work on A&E’s reality show despite his comments about gay immorality, the channel said Friday, reversing its decision to suspend him after facing a backlash and threatened boycott.
Despite the controversy surrounding “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson’s words regarding homosexuality, A&E executives reportedly admitted that the indefinite suspension handed down in light of his inflammatory comments may not have been the wisest move.
More than a half-million people liked an impromptu Facebook page demanding the show be boycotted until Phil Roberston returns.
Hundreds of thousands of people support boycotting A&E following the suspension of “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson.
“Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson has been suspended indefinitely from filming the A&E reality series following his remarks about gay people where he called homosexuality illogical in a recent interview with GQ magazine.
One “Duck Dynasty” star called homosexuality illogical.
“Duck Dynasty” merchandise is raking in hundreds of millions of dollars for retailers.
Popular A&E reality show “Duck Dynasty” continues to smash competition in the ratings on Wednesday nights, but there could be some tension behind the scenes as to how the show is portrayed.
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.”