Twitter Reacts: ‘Duck Dynasty’ Ending After 11 Seasons
“Duck Dynasty” is ending after 11 seasons and fans and detractors are tweeting about it. The Robertson family, who star on the hit A&E show, announced the news after Wednesday’s season premiere. See Twitter reaction below.
A user with the handle @bmblewitt wrote, “Loved this show. Contrived or not. Thanks @DuckDynastyAE.” “So sad ‘Duck Dynasty’ is having its final season. It was one of the few shows with Christian morals left on TV. Here’s to 11 years,” expressed @emrutherford90. Another fan named @PuffingPolitics offered, “”Duck Dynasty’ had a great run as 1 of the highest rated shows of all time. Guess they’ll just go back 2 making millions selling their products.” Meanwhile, @Moon33Jackie felt, “‘Duck Dynasty’ was a ground-breaking show. The first few seasons were legendary. Gonna miss that fantastic family!” And @Jamilajam tweeted, “I’m gonna miss ‘Duck Dynasty’ but they had a really great run!”
Some Twitter users, however, reacted differently to the news. A person with the account name @Audreydw wrote, “Isn’t it amazing how reality shows have made some participants think their opinions carry weight and importance? Buh-bye, #DuckDynasty. And @Brandon_Bird tweeted, “Duck Dynasty cancelled. And now the Cabinet is filled.” A detractor named @AbhishekPrtp offered, “I thought ‘Duck Dynasty’ was the code name of the Trump campaign.” “They canceled ‘Duck Dynasty.’ So that’s good news for civilization,” said @YourCanadianGF. Gossip Cop will update as Twitter continues to react to “Duck Dynasty” being canceled after 11 seasons.