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  • A&E Greenlights Reality Show 'The Herbert Brothers'

    A&E Network has given the go-ahead to a new reality series, "The Herbert Brothers." The docuseries will follow five brothers who launched an advertising empire in their small town of Batesville, Ind. after winning a $1 million grand prize in a Super Bowl...
  • 'Duck Dynasty': A&E reverses Phil Robertson's suspension

    'Duck Dynasty': A&E reverses Phil Robertson's suspension
    Cable network A&E said on Friday it was bringing back family patriarch Phil Robertson to the hit reality show "Duck Dynasty" after fans protested his suspension over anti-gay remarks and big-name corporate sponsors stuck by the series. Robertson's...
  • A&E reverses suspension of 'Duck Dynasty's' Phil Robertson

    "Duck Dynasty" has been made whole again. A&E announced late Friday that it was reversing its suspension of the hit show's patriarch, Phil Robertson, which was imposed last week after inflammatory comments about gay and black people made to a national...
  • 'Duck Dynasty': A&E warned Phil Robertson about speaking out too much

    Anyone looking at the "Duck Dynasty" uproar may wonder why A&E didn't warn Phil Robertson about the dangers of talking too much to reporters. But it now looks like they did. Robertson, the long-bearded patriarch of the clan of Louisiana duck-call...
  • A&E puts 'Duck Dynasty' star on hiatus following anti-gay comments

    "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson has been put on an indefinite hiatus from filming the smash hit A&E reality series following inflammatory remarks about gay people he made in an interview with GQ magazine. In a statement, A+E Networks said, "We are...
  • 'Modern Dads' Draws 4 Million in Premiere Wednesday for A&E

    A&E's attempt to use megahit "Duck Dynasty" as a launching pad yielded so-so results Wednesday with the series premiere of "Modern Dads." The show, which follows the exploits of four stay-at-home dads as they juggle the requirements and social...
  • 'Duck Dynasty': A&E Gains Christians' Support

    Not all faith-based TV fans oppose A&E's decision to indefinitely suspend "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson after he shared racist and anti-gay sentiments with GQ magazine. Over 18,000 people who define themselves as Christians have signed a...
  • 'Duck Dynasty' mess has made A&E a sitting duck

    'Duck Dynasty' mess has made A&E a sitting duck
    Sometimes it is best to see if a fire will extinguish itself naturally rather than try to put it out. That's something A&E might have considered before rushing to pull Phil Robertson from filming of the network's hit reality show "Duck Dynasty," about...
  • 'The Glades' Cancelled by A&E

    A&E has taken an axe to crime drama "The Glades," cancelling it after four seasons. Canning arrives on the heels of "The Glades" pulling season high ratings during its season four finale this week, drawing 3.4 million total viewers in its Monday prime...
  • “Psychic Tia”: A&E’s latest reality series brings a Jersey feel to the spirit world

     
    Tia Belle (a.k.a. Psychic Tia) likes to tell people that her job involves playing “charades with the dead.” But it’s far from just being fun and games for the New Jersey clairvoyant, as she takes her paranormal abilities quite seriously....
  • 'Duck Dynasty': A&E Ends Phil Robertson Suspension; Aims to Turn Controversy into Teachable Moment

    A+E Networks has maneuvered its way out of the "Duck Dynasty" controversy surrounding its top-rated show by consulting with the key advocacy groups in a position to raise the loudest ruckus over its response to the inflammatory remarks made by Phil...
  • 'Duck Dynasty' Scramble Leaves A&E With Egg On Its Face

    A&E put itself between a "Duck" and a hard place. And having backtracked from its temporary lack of quack, let the public-relations scrambling begin. The network might have acted precipitously in suspending Phil Robertson for his inflammatory remarks...