Duck Dynasty Reaches its 'Final Chapter'

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November 17th, 2016 10:01 AM
The reign of Duck Dynasty is over. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the A&E reality TV show about the Louisiana duck-hunting family will end its last season on April 12, after 5 years and 130 episodes. 

CNN's Phillips Revisits 'Duck Dynasty' Uproar, But Lauds Family: 'Doin

March 27th, 2014 3:00 PM
[Update, April 7, 10:55 am: the original blog entry inaccurately corrected Phillips for claiming that her husbands, correspondent John Roberts, has the last name "Robertson." In reality, Roberts' legal last name is indeed Robertson. The text below has been corrected to reflect that fact.] CNN'S Kyra Phillips zeroed on the controversy surrounding Phil Robertson's remarks…

NBC: GOP Inviting 'Duck Dynasty' Star to SOTU Not 'Dignified'; 'Trying

January 29th, 2014 12:55 PM
During NBC's live State of the Union coverage Tuesday night, chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd sneered at Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson being a Republican guest at the event: "...after the shooting with Gabby Giffords and for a couple of State of the Unions in a row....There was more of a dignified feeling about the guests that you would invite. Boy, you can tell things…

Reality Shows Trump Fiction Showing What Businessmen Are Like

May 16th, 2013 11:54 AM
With the entertainment industry pumping out a different crop of reality shows every season, a new phenomenon had occurred. Business, success, and making money are suddenly portrayed positively. Reality shows depict business as a positive thing because, in reality, average Americans don’t see business and money as an inherently bad thing. That’s a complete turn-around from how…