Duck Dynasty has flown away, and people are not liking it. A&E recently aired the last episode ever and Twitterers showed their sadness about it.
After 11 seasons and record-breaking viewership, the reality TV show has signed off for good. The finale aired March 29 and then a special clip on April 5.
Check out people’s reactions on Twitter:
Elsie can’t hold back the tears…
— Elsie (@taylorMJJE) April 6, 2017
Scott says the Robertsons are “actual role models that we can all strive to be like.”
#DuckDynasty The Robertsons are actual Role Models that we can all strive to be like and raise our children with the same love for the lord.
— Scott Donnell (@scottyd76) April 6, 2017
Christian begs the show to stay…
Thomas was inspired to live for Christ because of the way the Robertsons live their lives…
I got so much inspiration from the show through how they stood up for Christ no matter the pressure or flak or cost. #DuckDynasty
— Thomas Magee (@Tomterrific87) April 6, 2017
But the Twittersphere was not the only place lighting up about the end of the show. The cast members were sad to see it go too.
“I’m so thankful for everything the show has done for me and my family,” Sadie Robertson wrote on Instagram. “LOVE YOU ALL. Thanks for making a show with a prayer at the end of it the most watched reality TV show on cable.”
Phil Robertson even hopped on Facebook to offer his thoughts.
“Did you catch the final episode of Duck Dynasty?” he said. “Thank you for welcoming us into your home for so many years. Here’s to many more years of faith, family, and ducks.”
Jase Robertson said it’s “been a good ride” being on Duck Dynasty.
It's been a good ride @DuckDynastyAE especially supporting our vets and encouraging so many kids battling various challenges. Love our fans!
— Jase Robertson (@JaseDuckman) March 30, 2017
Even A&E jumped on Twitter to goodbye.
“After 5 years of family fun and quacky adventures, #DuckDynasty has sounded its last call,” they wrote.
— Duck Dynasty (@DuckDynastyAE) March 30, 2017