After 5 Years, ‘Duck Dynasty’ Announces This Season Will Be Its Last
Liberal Twitter hasn’t had much good news lately, which may be why the news that A&E;’s “Duck Dynasty” — once … Continued
Liberal Twitter hasn’t had much good news lately, which may be why the news that A&E;’s “Duck Dynasty” — once the most watched reality TV series in cable history — is ending after a five-year run has been generated so much delight on social media.
Duck Dynasty is cancelled. Gonna miss seeing Phil Robertson's beard on tv….
I am, of course, talking about his wife.
— mamrie hart (@mametown) November 17, 2016
It’s sad that DUCK DYNASTY has come to an end after 5 years. Good news, though. They’re all being given cabinet positions in Washington!
— RainnWilson (@rainnwilson) November 17, 2016
Duck Dynasty is getting canceled. Sorry republicans, you can't have the house, senate, presidency, AND the television.
— Mean Queen Okerlund (@SenatorIvy) November 17, 2016
The Robertson family made a “big quacking announcement” on Nov. 16, when they revealed that the reality television show is calling it quits. After 11 seasons of mucking around in Louisiana's swamps and shouting catchphrases — by turns charming and infuriating the American TV-viewing public — the heavily bearded duck-hunting Robertson family is heading south, for good.
On the show’s Nov. 16 episode and in a post to Twitter the same day, they announced the series will end after this season. The series finale will take place on April 12.
— Duck Dynasty (@DuckDynastyAE) November 17, 2016
But don’t feel too bad for the Robertsons. As Donald Trump proved, a successful reality TV career can be one hell of a stepping stone.