Phil Robertson recently spoke out about a significant difference between his new show and Duck Dynasty. Duck Dynasty producers famously tried to remove the name “Jesus” and other religious things from the series. Now, Phil says he’s going to make sure nothing like that happens on his new show.
Phil Robertson On His New Show
Phil Robertson will be starring in a new series, Phil In The Woods on CRTV (Conservative Review Television.) The star recently opened up to Ben Shapiro about how the series will differ from Duck Dynasty.
Phil In The Woods is an in-depth look at Phil’s life in nature. Phil will be speaking to his audience candidly, without fear of being politically correct. The series’ website states,
“What does a man do when liberals try to run him out of town for quoting a Bible verse? He goes deep into the woods and starts a fire. Join Phil Robertson like you’ve never seen him before. No middlemen, no PC police — just truth, from Phil’s mouth to your screen.”
Phil told Shapiro he wouldn’t let Phil In the Woods producers do what Duck Dynasty producers once did. He said, “I told the guys…I said if we do this, let’s have it to where there’s no filters between myself and the public I’m speaking to. None of these people who say okay we’ll only sponsor you if say this say that. That’s how they are manipulating the system. We’ll sponsor you as long as you say something that agrees with our ideology. You stray one centimeter over that, and you’re out.”
Phil has previously accused the Duck Dynasty production team of censoring his religion. He said, “When we prayed, we said, ‘In Jesus’ name, Amen.’ I don’t have a verse that says you must always pray in the name of Jesus, but it’s a very good idea, I think. So they would just have me say, ‘Thank you, Lord, for the food. Thank you for loving us.’ So I said, ‘Why would you cut out ‘In Jesus’ name’? They said, ‘Well, those editors are probably doing that. They don’t want to offend some of the Muslims or something.’”
Fans can be confident that there will be no censorship whatsoever in Phil in the Woods. Phil Robertson promises to be as candid, and politically incorrect as possible.
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