America quickly fell in love with the Robertson family when they first appeared on the reality TV scene in 2012. The wealthy Louisiana clan was known for turning their duck-hunting business — Duck Commander — into an empire. Brothers Willie and Jase co-founded the company with their father Phil Robertson and his wife Kay in 1972, which transformed the ragtag team into millionaires. Duck Dynasty, which followed the very Southern, very down-to-earth lives of the Robertsons, was born 40 years later.
Fast forward to early 2017, and the series' end was punctuated with lots of confusion, backlash, and controversy. Following patriarch Phil's homophobic and racist comments being published in GQ, the star was suspended, and the show's demise soon followed.
Though the cameras may be gone, people are still fascinated by the personal lives of this particular group of reality stars, and many hardcore fans want to know: What is the family up to now? Spoiler alert, they still wear camo, fish, and blow their famed duck whistles whenever they please.
Scroll through the gallery below to find out what the Robertsons are doing now!
Though short-lived, Uncle Si had a spin-off series once Duck Dynasty ended. Going Si-ral lasted one season on A&E and saw 69-year-old Silas try to pursue a country music career. "One of the episodes is me going to Nashville to get into the music business," he explained in 2016. "I’m really going to do that, OK? I have a musical career that I’m trying to start right now. I sing country music — George Jones, Merle Haggard, the old guys. Trying to bring real country music back."