Join current and former MLB superstars Adam LaRoche, Ryan Langerhans, Tombo Martin, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean as they team up with 'Boss Hogg' Willie Robertson in Buck Commander. From batting practice to bow practice and outfield to in-the-field, every episode highlights the camaraderie, comedy and corporate antics of the six co-owners of the Buck Commander company. For these six friends, the end of baseball season is only the beginning. Buck Commander is as much about personality, brotherhood and humor as it is about amazing monster whitetail hunting. Outdoor Channel viewers will flock to see the wild antics, pranks and spur-of-the-moment events of this Buck Commander group. Hunting enthusiasts and sports fans will get an inside look at the on-and-off field lives of these beloved sports figures.
It's a fascinating hybrid between compelling reality character-driven television and heart-pumping hunting action. Buck Commander covers this unique group of guys as they interact throughout the year -- Spring Training, batting practice between hunts, playing wiffle ball and golf, ball games, poker, and hunting contests within the group. Emotions flare as egos and personalities clash. The series will also highlight the behind-the-scenes of the making of the Buck Commander DVDs.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Buck Commander - Duck Dynasty - Netflix
Duck Dynasty was an American reality television series on A&E that portrayed the lives of the Robertson family, who became successful from their family-operated business, Duck Commander. The West Monroe, Louisiana business makes products for duck hunters, primarily a duck call called Duck Commander. The Robertson men—brothers Phil and Si, and Phil's sons Jase, Willie, and Jep—are known for their long beards and their conservative Protestant Christian views. The family was previously featured on the series Benelli Presents Duck Commander and its spin-off, Buck Commander, on the Outdoor Channel; Outdoor Channel acquired rerun rights to Duck Dynasty in 2016. The show has broken several ratings records on A&E and cable television as a whole. The fourth-season premiere drew 11.8 million viewers; the most-watched nonfiction cable series in history. In mid-December 2013, controversy from an interview Phil Robertson gave to GQ magazine resulted in an indefinite suspension by A&E, due to remarks he made which were being widely viewed as anti-gay. Following public pressure on A&E to lift the suspension, he was reinstated nine days later. The show earned $80 million in advertising sales for the first nine months of 2013, and merchandise has generated another $400 million in revenue. The series ended on March 29, 2017, with the hour-long finale “End of an Era”.
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