The boys are back, Jack, with a new show, Duck Family Treasure, that follows the Robertson brothers, Si and Murry Crowe on the hunt, not for ducks, but for buried treasure.
Some of that treasure was found during their stay at an 1840s plantation home on Eagle Lake, where the cast stayed for the filming of an episode.
“Jase, Jep and Murray are all top notch men who love Jesus. They were as genuine as you’d expect and great house guests,” homeowner Kara Culpepper said. “All the treasures they dug up were found on our property and nothing is fake or staged. I watched them dig and treasure hunt for three days straight!”
Get a sneak peak of the show by watching the pilot that is streaming now on FoxNation. The Eagle Lake episode is scheduled to stream on June 19.
The 10-part series is from Warm Springs Productions with Jace Robertson, Korie Robertson and Zach Dasher as executive producers, along with Chris Richardson and Marc Pierce with Warm Springs.
Duck Dynasty aired on A&E from 2012-2017 and followed the Robertson family’s successful business that catered to duck hunters. The Robertsons are renowned for their majestic beards and Evangelical Christian views.
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