A&E said it would also launch a national public service campaign to promote “unity, tolerance and acceptance of all people,”
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“Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson is returning to his reality show on cable television.
A&E Network announced Friday that it was bringing Robertson back despite remarks he made about homosexuality in an interview with GQ Magazine that led the network to suspend him.
It explaining its decision to begin filming with Robertson, A&E said he and his family had said they regretted the “coarse language” used in the interview, according to a story in The Hollywood Reporter.
It also said that it had discussed the issue with a number of advocacy groups in making the decision to bring Robertson back.