‘Duck Dynasty’ to resume filming with Phil Robertson after A&E lifts ban

The “Duck Dynasty” family says they are excited to return to work after A&E Network announced Friday it would resume filming their hit show with Phil Robertson next spring in a reversal of its decision last week to suspend him for comments he made about homosexuality. In an exclusive statement to, the family said it was “excited to keep making a quality TV show fo... »

A&E Reinstates #DuckDynasty Phil Robertson

It’s a late Christmas gift for “Duck Dynasty” fans: Just nine days after placing star Phil Robertson on indefinite suspension following his controversial remarks in an interview with GQ, A&E has reversed its decision and reinstated the patriarch, effective immediately. And since no filming for the show has taken place in those nine days, Phil won’t miss a single episode... »

Over 1 Million Support Boycotting A&E Following ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star’s Suspension #StandWithPhil

WEST MONROE, La. (CBS Houston) — Over 1 million people support boycotting A&E following the suspension of “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson. As of Thursday evening, more than 1 million people have “liked” the “Boycott A&E Until Phil Robertson Is Put Back On Duck Dynasty” Facebook page. “This page is to show support for the freedom of speech of Americans. Unless Phil is reinstated to the s... »

Georgia sheriff refuses to assist A&E with future productions #StandWithPhil

Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller is reportedly vowing to send a message to A&E. In a Facebook post attributed to the Georgia sheriff, he blasts the network’s decision to suspend “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson. The Facebook post says his office has assisted A&E with several productions, but now he’s telling the network to take a hike. »