Duck Dynasty

Series Summary
At first glance the Robertsons look like a typical Louisiana family who lives for duck hunting season. A closer look, however, reveals they live very well because of duck hunting season. The Robertsons own and operate Duck Commanders, which specializes in fabricating duck calls and decoys out of salvaged swamp wood. The company has grown from a mom-and-pop operation to a multimillionaire sporting empire, established in 1973 by family patriarch Phil (aka the Duck Commander) and now run by his business-savvy son, Willie. "Duck Dynasty" follows the Robertsons and their booming business, which also employs Willie's wife, Korie, his brother Jase and Uncle Si, a Vietnam vet and colorful character who keeps the guys in the workshop occupied with his many stories.

Air Dates: 2012 - Present

Genres: Reality, Documentary

Network: AETV

Next Episode:

Quackback: Si-larious Moment No. 3 Nov 2, 2016

Favorite scenes from the series.

  • Quackback: The ScarehouseOct 26, 2016

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    Halloween scenes from the series.

  • Quackback: Halloween CostumesOct 26, 2016

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    Halloween scenes from the series.

  • Season 10, Ep. 14 : Techs and BalancesAug 24, 2016

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    Willie institutes a "no-tech week" when he feels his children spend too much time on their phones, but has difficulty participating in his own program; the guys attempt to stop a lice outbreak at Duck Commander.

  • Season 10, Ep. 13 : Bro'd TripAug 17, 2016

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    Jase and Willie take a business trip to Arkansas to pitch a new product; Jep and Si accidentally ship out an important item of Willie's, then attempt to track it down.

  • Season 10, Ep. 12 : Here Comes the SonAug 10, 2016

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    Jase hires Reed to take his place at Duck Commander; Korie puts Willie on a vegetarian diet and exercise program in an effort to lower his blood pressure.

ratings & reviews

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  • The show is edited almost like a sitcom to draw out maximum humor, with cutaway interviews of cast members at just the right moments to reinforce their folksy philosophies. One could complain about the gender stereotypes at play, but the roles are so exaggerated here it seems the show and the Robertsons are mocking those biases. Show More

  • If you're the type of person who loves when a duckcall patriarch licks a hook under the guise of fishing technique, this is your show. Show More

  • They’re wry and smart about each other and sometimes themselves. Everything also comes out funnier because it’s refreshingly underplayed. Show More

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