Duck Dynasty Family Drop Bombshell Ahead Of Season Premiere – We Never Saw This Coming

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Season 9 of the hit reality television show Duck Dynasty is set to premiere on January 13, and we couldn’t be more excited. Unlike most reality shows, this one promotes strong Christian values thanks to the always conservative Robertson family.

To get you excited for the season 9 premiere, Q Political compiled four reasons to get excited for the new season. We’ve got to say that we agree with this list as well!

The first reason to love the Robertsons is that they ALWAYS support our troops. This season, you’ll see the family team up with retired U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell to coordinate a color run to raise awareness for wounded veterans.


Luttrell and his wife are such huge Duck Dynasty fans that they even spent fourth of July with the Robertsons!

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The second reason to watch next season is that Korie and Willie will experience some of the hardest parts of parenting. This season, they will be letting go of their oldest son John Luke as they drop him and his new wife Mary Kate off at Liberty University. Last season ended with their wedding, and we can’t see how they begin their lives as newlyweds!


Third of all, the Robertsons will temporarily ditch duck commanding this season for WWE wrestling! WWE star Kurt Angle will visit Jep Robertson this season to teach him how to become a better amateur wrestler. As all us Duck Dynasty fans know, the Robertson boys are HUGE wrestling fans!


Finally, we’ll get to see Miss Kay’s new bakery, which she recently opened in West Monroe. Miss Kay’s breads and pastries are the stuff of legend, and we can’t wait to see more of them!


“I knew I wanted to be used by God in big ways. I always prayed He would trust me enough to use me to make a difference in His Kingdom, but I never dreamed it would be through a cable television show,” Kay said.

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