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Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Robertson Breaks Up With Boyfriend Trevor Knight

4 September 2016 6:36 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Granddaughter of Duck Dynasty‘s Phil RobertsonSadie Robertson split from Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight, who had been dating for just under two months. Sadie Robertson And Trevor Knight Break Up Robertson had been very candid about her short-lived relationship, telling reporters just a few weeks in that her romance was nothing serious. And now it seems to have […]

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‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Sadie Robertson & Texas A&M Quarterback Trevor Knight Are Dating

28 August 2016 1:23 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Sadie Robertson has confirmed that she is dating Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight in an interview released on Monday. Sadie Robertson Admits She Is Dating Trevor Knight “We’ve been dating for three weeks, so it’s super chill,” Robertson told Et. The pair have been rumored to be dating since July,  as pictures of each other […]

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Michael Wolff on Hillary's "Self-Delusion," Trump's "S— Show" and the Media's Final, Frantic 100 Days

3 August 2016 4:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Nation divides over many lines, but a basic split is between Lena Dunham, who made a primetime appearance July 26 at the Democratic National Convention, and Willie Robertson, a star of Duck Dynasty and a celebrity endorser at the Republican convention. No longer an actual aspect of political decision-making, party conventions are wholly symbolic affairs, an elaborate messaging apparatus and targeted media platform. In this instance, Dunham represented a cosmopolitan, millennial, pansexual, women-focused view, abhorrent to a significant part of the country, and Robertson a nativist, older, gun-associated, military-inclined, white-male-focused view, abhorrent to

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- Michael Wolff

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VH1 Names ‘Duck Dynasty’ Ep Lily Neumeyer Development Chief (Exclusive)

28 July 2016 11:49 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

VH1 has tapped Lily Neumeyer, an A&E veteran and executive producer on “Duck Dynasty” and “The Wahlburgers,” as its new top development executive. As senior vice president, development, Neumeyer will oversee VH1’s development slate and report to executive VP, head of reality Nina L. Diaz. She will be based in New York.

Neumeyer most recently served as VP of nonfiction and alternative programming at A&E, where she developed and executive produced “Duck Dynasty,” the most watched reality show in cable television history. She also developed and exec produced Emmy nominee “The Wahlburgers” and the Weinstein Company’s “Rodeo Girls.”

“Lily is a brilliant development executive with a stellar track record of hit making,” Diaz said. “I am thrilled to be partnering again with such a creative force.”

The addition of Neumeyer rounds out VH1 and Logo president Chris McCarthy’s senior executive team, following a restructuring last week that saw several executives promoted and »

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Paul Simon Moves the Democratic Convention With Classic Ballad (Video)

25 July 2016 7:16 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Paul Simon was introduced by Sen. Al Franken and Sarah Silverman before performing “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” during opening night of the Democratic Convention. Franken and Silverman joked that two people who don’t agree on Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton are like a “bridge over troubled water” before the music icon took the stage of Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center. While the Gop was mocked for its lack of star power, which featured Scott Baio and “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson at last week’s convention, the Democratic Party brought out Eva LongoriaDemi Lovato, Silverman and Simon on the first night. »

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Gop Special: Michael Che Searches For Minorities at the Rnc Using Pokémon Go — Watch

21 July 2016 10:37 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The 2016 election has taken over the news for most of the year, but it has reached a fever pitch for the Gop with the Republican National Convention, which is either a triumph or an unmitigated disaster depending on whom you ask. Naturally, comedians of all stripes have made their way to the convention to cover the Republican mania as they wait for Donald Trump to make his highly anticipated appearance, and that includes “Saturday Night Live’s” Weekend Update team, which has been doing special reports all this week. One of their segments involved host Michael Che parodying the popular augmented-reality game Pokémon Go by searching for minorities on the Rnc convention floor using “Trumpemon Go.”

Read More: ‘Saturday Night Live’: The 21 Best Sketches From This Season

The segment proceeds as expected, with Che finding it difficult to locate any minorities on the floor. He eventually spots a few, »

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Gop Special: Michael Che Searches For Minorities at the Rnc Using Pokémon Go — Watch

21 July 2016 10:37 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The 2016 election has taken over the news for most of the year, but it has reached a fever pitch for the Gop with the Republican National Convention, which is either a triumph or an unmitigated disaster depending on whom you ask. Naturally, comedians of all stripes have made their way to the convention to cover the Republican mania as they wait for Donald Trump to make his highly anticipated appearance, and that includes “Saturday Night Live’s” Weekend Update team, which has been doing special reports all this week. One of their segments involved host Michael Che parodying the popular augmented-reality game Pokémon Go by searching for minorities on the Rnc convention floor using “Trumpemon Go.”

Read More: ‘Saturday Night Live’: The 21 Best Sketches From This Season

The segment proceeds as expected, with Che finding it difficult to locate any minorities on the floor. He eventually spots a few, »

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Phil Robertson -- Don't Be an Odd Duck, Cruz ... Get On Board with Donald! (Video)

21 July 2016 9:06 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

[[tmz:video id="0_kirb7g84"]] "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson's got some advice for Ted Cruz -- get off the tracks, the Donald Trump express is coming through.  We got Phil on his way out of the Rnc Wednesday night and he was fired up about "Lyin' Ted" going rogue -- refusing to endorse Trump during his speech. Check out Phil's take -- it's interesting because he admits he was a Cruz man ... until Cruz got crushed by Trump. »

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Scott Baio Defends Hillary C-Word Meme Tweet: 'I Just Put It Up There'

19 July 2016 11:38 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Former Charles in Charge star and Republican National Convention speaker Scott Baio says he sees nothing wrong with a meme he recently tweeted, in which presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is equated with a vulgar term for female anatomy.

In an interview with MSNBC’s Tamron Hall Tuesday, Baio stood by this July 10 tweet:

This may be the best meme out there. #NeverHillary @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/q1ovj80Skt

Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) July 11, 2016

RelatedRepublican National Convention 2016: Melania Trump Offers Her First-Lady Vision, The Donald Co-Opts Queen

“It’s just offered up without commentary,” said Baio, who wrote »

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At the Republican Convention, Delegates Start to Love Trump a Little

18 July 2016 9:27 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The move to rally around Donald Trump took hold in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday at the start of the Republican National Convention where B-list celebrities from Scott Baio to Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson took the podium ahead of the near-nominee’s wife, Melania Trump. Slovenian-born Melania, who often struggles with public speaking, did a respectable job declaring support for her husband’s ability to lead America, saying: “He will do this better than anyone else,” and assuring the hall, “It won’t even be close.” But after a scuffle on the floor from anti-Trump delegates hoping to divert voting rules — quickly put down. »

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Melania Trump Praises Donald's 'Kindness' and Says It's 'One Reason I Fell in Love with Him' in Rare Speech at Gop Convention

18 July 2016 8:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The wife of presumptive Gop nominee Donald Trump took a rare step into the spotlight at the Republican convention in Cleveland Monday night. The billionaire businessman introduced his wife after making a dramatic entrance across a darkened stage, with Queen's "We Are the Champions" blaring and the crowd cheering wildly. He said only, "We're going to win. We're going to win so big." And with that, he called his wife on stage, gave her a kiss and turned over the lectern to her. "I'm so proud of your choice for president of the United States - my husband, Donald J. Trump! »

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Melania Trump Praises Donald's 'Kindness' and Says It's 'One Reason I Fell in Love with Him' in Rare Speech at Gop Convention

18 July 2016 8:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

The wife of presumptive Gop nominee Donald Trump took a rare step into the spotlight at the Republican convention in Cleveland Monday night. The billionaire businessman introduced his wife after making a dramatic entrance across a darkened stage, with Queen's "We Are the Champions" blaring and the crowd cheering wildly. He said only, "We're going to win. We're going to win so big." And with that, he called his wife on stage, gave her a kiss and turned over the lectern to her. "I'm so proud of your choice for president of the United States - my husband, Donald J. Trump! »

- Tierney McAfee, @tierneymcafee

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Rnc Opening-Night Quotes From ‘Duck Dynasty’ Guy, ‘Lone Survivor’ Seal & More

18 July 2016 7:51 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The 2016 Republican National Convention kicked off tonight in Cleveland, and the theme is “Make America Safe Again.” Here are some quotes from the stage and a couple from the cable news coverage: Willie Robertson, Duck Dynasty: I always said me and Mr. Trump have three things in common: We're both successful businessmen, although I flew here commercial and I’m guessing he didn’t. We both had hit television shows. And we both have intelligent wives who are much better… »

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Gop Convention: Watch Speeches From Scott Baio, Willie Robertson, Antonio Sabato Jr.

18 July 2016 6:15 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The "show biz" in Donald Trump's Republican National Convention fell considerably short of A-list on Monday, kicking off the first of four nights with reality TV hunter Willie Robertson of Duck Dynasty, in a flag-motif head scarf, declaring Trump "will have your back." He was followed in rapid, prime-time succession by actor Scott Baio of Happy Days and Charles in Charge. Baio, who campaigned for Ronald Reagan in his youth, built on Trump's "Let's make America great" rallying cry with this: "Let's make America America again." Robertson, whose family has amassed millions through hunting ventures

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Duck Dynasty Star Gets 'Ugly,' Scott Baio Rips Hillary Clinton to Kick Off Republican National Convention

18 July 2016 5:47 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

“Are you cheering because we’re ugly?” laughed Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson, kicking off primetime coverage of the 2016 Republican National Convention.

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The conservative reality staple was joking about his looks — and the face of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump — in relation to their spouses, “intelligent wives who are much better looking than we are.” In addition to that parallel, Robertson noted he and Trump are both successful businessmen who’ve toplined hit reality programs, “though I flew commercial here,” he added.

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Willie Robertson, Scott Baio & Antonio Sabato Jr. Star In Tonight’s Rnc

18 July 2016 10:05 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Rnc 2016 got under way at 1 Pm in Cleveland, and tonight opening episode in primetime will star Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson, actors Scott Baio and Antonio Sabato Jr. and Real World cast member-turned-Wisconsin’s Rep. Sean Duffy.  Episode 1 of Rnc, “Make America Safe Again,” will be devoted to affixing blame for recent terror attacks abroad, as well as cop-killings domestically, on presumptive Dem nominee/former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Tonight’s… »

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‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Phil Robertson Links Gay Marriage, Mass Murder in Speech to Conservative Conference

8 July 2016 11:57 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson is once again voicing his anti-gay sentiments.

Speaking at the the Western Conservative Summit last week in Denver, Robertson linked the alleged murders of 160,000 U.S. citizens to the Supreme Court’s 2015 decision legalizing gay marriage. Robertson’s remarks came just four days before Wednesday’s season 10 premiere of “Duck Dynasty.”

An A&E spokesperson declined to comment to Variety on Robertson’s speech.

Addressing an audience at the three-day political gathering whose other speakers included Donald Trump, Sarah Palin and Carly Fiorina, Robertson estimated that 6,000-7,000 Americans died in the wars in Iraq in Afghanistan. “At the time of those two wars over the last 13, 14 years, you see going on right here in America, 160,000 were murdered,” he added. “Sounds like we got a bigger war going on here than over there. Well who’s behind it?”

Robertson continued, “When you allow men to determine … what’s right and what’s wrong »

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Chicago Actors Needed for 5 Projects, Including $1,000 Ad Campaign

1 July 2016 3:00 PM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Chicago-area actors: Get ready for a July chock full of auditions! We’ve rounded up five local and national opportunities across film, TV, and theater that’ll keep you busy this summer. “Open Wounds” This short film will have actors working with award-winning cinematographer Jim Orr (known best for his work in reality TV narratives like “Intervention” and “Duck Dynasty”)! Two leads and one supporting child character are being cast from a nationwide pool. The film is about a father who meets his estranged daughter, Skylar, several years after disowning her because she killed her mother while driving drunkenly. “Smokey Joe’S CAFÉ” Casting director Eleanor Axt is casting understudies for this upcoming jukebox musical production in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. It’s scheduled to run Sept. 7–Oct. 23. This musical won the 1996 Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album, so you know it’ll have you singing and dancing onstage with ease! »

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One Size Doesn’t Fit All in the Reality TV Race for the Emmys

13 June 2016 8:15 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Last year, A&E’s light-hearted comedy “Wahlburgers” faced off against the channel’s gritty series “Intervention” at the Emmy Awards. Both lost to Discovery’s adventure series “Deadliest Catch” in the unstructured reality program category.

That would be akin to putting “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” and “Homeland” in the same race. While there continues to be plenty of grumbling over what’s eligible for what on the scripted side [should “The Big Bang Theory” and “Transparent” really face off?], a similar debate is brewing in the unscripted world.

The decision in 2014 to split non-competitive reality shows into two categories — structured [such shows as “Shark Tank” that hew to the same format each week] and unstructured [mostly doc-series such as the “Real Housewives” franchise] helped, even if it’s hard to remember which is which.

But such a move still complicates matters by putting very different types of shows in the same mix. One size doesn’t fit all, especially in reality. “The unscripted space is, for better or for worse, all over the place right now,” says Thinkfactory Media president Adam Reed.

Reed, for example, says Thinkfactory’s now-retired series “Gene Simmons Family Jewels” should have been considered “a clear comedy.” And at the Emmys, there’s no obvious place to put those kinds of semi-scripted unscripted shows — particularly comedies such as “Wahlburgers,” USA’s “Chrisley Knows Best,” A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” AMC’s “Comic Book Men” and Own’s “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s.”

Are these shows sitcoms, filmed based on a pre-planned narrative outline? Yes. But are they reality shows, featuring talent supplying their own lines and reacting in real time? Also, yes.

“I truly believe there are not enough unscripted categories,” Reed says. “As the genre has evolved, the categories have not.”

Warner Bros. unscripted and alternative television president Mike Darnell says he thinks the TV Academy is “still confused with what to do with it as a category.” He proposes a solution: Split unscripted series into genres, just as with scripted shows.

“While there continues to be plenty of grumbling over what’s eligible for what on the scripted side, a similar debate is brewing in the unscripted world.” @IndieWire_Mike

“Structured, unstructured, they’re complicating it for no reason,” he says. “They’re overthinking it. They should do a comedic reality category, a dramatic reality category. Reality is such a broad umbrella, but it’s either serious or it’s funny.”

Darnell isn’t a fan of the structured/non-structured divide.

“I don’t even understand why it makes a difference,” he says. “They are different types of shows, but not different genres necessarily.”

The era of peak TV has made it difficult for the TV Academy to keep Emmy categories neat and tidy. Nowhere was that more evident than the rise of such shows as “Orange Is the New Black,” which entered the Emmy race as comedy despite a strong dramatic backbone. The Academy eventually decided to classify hourlong shows including “Orange” as dramas, but created a task force to handle disputes [which is why “Jane the Virgin” was reclassified a comedy].

In reality, perhaps the show blurring the line the most is VH1’s “Barely Famous,” a scripted series starring Erin and Sara Foster, playing themselves in a show that looks and feels so much like a reality docu-series that it’s hard to tell the difference between it and “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” [Here’s the difference: The Fosters are in on the joke.]

Barely Famous” executive producer Jason Carbone, who specializes in such comedic reality shows as “Run’s House,” “Tia & Tamera” and “Meet the Smiths,” says he’d also like to see the TV Academy recognize more unscripted shows.

“I should say there’s probably room for improvement,” he says. “Alternative takes up a pretty good slice of the dial these days. I don’t think the Emmys reflect the proportional balance to what is actually being watched.”

Carbone is optimistic reality’s Emmy footprint will expand over time. Reed, meanwhile, says he’s in no rush to see on-screen reality talent [other than hosts, who already have a category] suddenly become Emmy-eligible.

“Are you giving these people awards because they’re playing a certain portrayal of themselves, which may or may not be themselves?” he asks. “I think that’s really where it differs from scripted. I don’t know that giving individual characters in a show their own categories necessarily helps anybody’s cause. You get into some weird territory then.”

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Watch Ted Cruz Ride a Roller Coaster in a Suit - And More of His Craziest Campaign Trail Moments So Far

14 April 2016 1:25 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Ted Cruz's name has been popping up more than ever as he battles front-runner Donald Trump for the Gop nomination. But let's face it: Cruz has been capturing our attention for a while, and not just with his politics. The candidate's fun-loving, goofy approach to the campaign trail is winning over voters - and making the junior United States Senator from Texas an even bigger name in the political sphere. Here, the Cruz moves we can't stop talking about. 1. Riding a roller coaster - in a suit.On Wednesday, Cruz took to Twitter to share a video of himself »

- Diana Pearl

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