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The Beards are BACK! Duck Dynasty is back for an all new season on A&E. Get caught up with the Robertsons, Louisiana’s most dynamic backwoods family of newly-minted millionaires. Don’t forget to tune in to Duck Dynasty Wednesday, October 10th at 10 p.m. only on A&E.

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