Duck Dynasty comes to an end

The hit A&E series that attracted 4.9 million viewers in the United States, culminating in Latin America

With a lot of media hype in Mexico and Latin America with the slogan “Qué  barbaridad, es navidad en abril´ (Good lord, it’s Christmas in April) A&E channel says goodbye to the Louisiana family, the Robertsons, who achieved an overwhelming success in the United States in its final episode of the second season Soñando con unas Navidades en el Campo, (Dreaming of a Christmas in the Country) which caught the attention of 4.9 million viewers in the United States.

Duck Dynasty is a reality series on A&E that follows the lives of the Robertson family, who became rich by running the business, Duck Commander (Commandante Pato), operated in West Monroe, Louisiana, which is dedicated tomake products for duck hunters, mainly for the duck named Duck Commander. The Robertson men, are comprised of Phil, Si, Jase and Willie, they are recognized by their long, flowing beards.

In the last episode, Soñando con unas Navidades en el Campo, Willie intends to show off to his  communityembodying the role of Santa Claus at the local church, but did not anticipate that Uncle Si would ruin it with his usual impertinences. But as always, putting aside their differences, the family will gather at the home of Phil and Miss Kay to celebrate in the best “hillbilly” style and taste delicious plates.

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