'Duck Dynasty' salary dispute stalling Season 4 renewal - report

The stars of the wildly popular reality show, "Duck Dynasty"are reportedly in a standoff with the A&E network over new salary demands. The showdown between the bearded, camouflage-clad duck hunting supply moguls and network execs is said to be delaying a renewal for the show's fourth season.Out of the entire cable television schedule, only "The Walking Dead" beats the show about the Robinson family's hunting empire in its 10 p.m. Wednesday time slot. With a February season finale that proved to be A&E's highest rated telecast ever at 8.6 million viewers, it's easy to see why the stars of "Duck Dynasty" want the network to pay up. THR reports the members of the Duck Commander dynasty want more than $200,000 per episode for a fourth season, plus raises for subsequent seasons.Dierdre Gurney, who produces "Duck Dynasty" with her husband, Scott Gurney, spoke about the debacle at the Hollywood Radio & Television Society luncheon. Gurney says...



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