A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” is not just the most popular reality show on cable TV. It’s a rallying point for middle America, proof that down-home folks from the back country can make good and become mega-stars.
But now Phil Robertson, one of the show’s biblically bearded clan members who helped turn a family duck-call business into a cultural phenomenon, has made some comments that have A&E executives singing the blues. In fact, the very survival of the show may be at stake.
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