Will Duck Dynasty's Reed make it to high school graduation?
On Wednesday's episode, the Robertson family prepares to see Reed get his diploma, but Jase has his own ideas about how to celebrate the milestone: frog hunting! Missy, of course, is not thrilled that her son might miss the ceremony, but with a little persuasion, Reed agrees to do both. But will he actually make it in time?
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Well, this should make for an interesting episode of Duck Dynasty. A nephew of family patriarch Phil Robertson has announced his intent to run for Congress, the Associated Press reports.
Is Duck Dynasty's Uncle Si the next country music superstar?
Well ... let's not go that far. But the A&E star released a six-song EP of country songs called Me and My Smoking Hot Honey on iTunes this week.
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Through the first quarter of 2004, ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox combined had a 48 percent share of viewers ages 18 to 49, the sweet spot for advertisers. In 2013, their share was down to 34 percent. The networks reportedly took in $9 billion in revenue during the 2004 upfronts. Last year, that total was closer to $8 billion — down, but not nearly commensurate with the decline in ratings. With the exception of...
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