Duck Dynasty marathons still running on A&E despite Phil Robertson’s ‘indefinite’ suspension

After “indefinitely” suspending Phil Robertson for his controversial comments about homosexuality, A&E has chosen to keep the scheduled Duck Dynasty marathons running through the holidays.

Over the next week, Duck Dynasty will be on TV, a lot. From December 22 to December 25 alone, there will be a total of 25.5 hours of the Robertson family, Michellemalkin.com reports.

Here’s a visual representation of what that looks like.

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So it’s a safe bet that if you turn on A&E any time between now and Christmas, you’re going to see Phil Robertson and the gang. However, once 2014  hits and new episodes of Duck Dynasty are filmed, unless A&E goes back  on their word, Phil will no longer be a part of the show.

[ Michellemalkin.com ]

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