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'Duck Dynasty' is coming back in June despite rumors it might be canceled

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Fans of "Duck Dynasty" will be glad to hear that the show is coming back in June. It will be returning to A&E. After Phil Robertson was fired and then rehired, the show did have a huge drop in ratings from fans deciding to boycott the show. On Wednesday, Yahoo shared the news that the show is coming back this summer.

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This will be the sixth season of the show and it will start airing on June 11. Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal will be on the season premiere of the show. That will be a great episode getting to see him. He is actually going to present Willie with a Commerce Award at Duck Commander.

Rumors were flying at the end of last year that the show would be canceled or that the family would decide to quit. If they had not brought back Phil, the entire family would have probably walked but since they brought him back the decided to stay on. A&E obviously does need this show and wants to keep it on. It doesn't look like it is going anywhere at all.

The Hollywood Reporter shared that the ratings were really down at the end of the last season of the show. They were lower than they had ever been when the show started. Honestly fans were really upset when they suspended Phil Robertson and a lot of fans refused to watch A&E ever again. This has been a big part of the decline of viewers for this show that used to be a huge hit.

Viewers of the show are really excited to know that "Duck Dynasty" is coming back for another season. This will be returning and will air one new episode a week. Fans will get the chance to enjoy seeing the Robertson brothers on television once again. It should be another great season!

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