Now this is something to quack about.
The cast of A&E's runaway hit reality series "Duck Dynasty" has received big raises right before Season 4 premieres, Deadline reports.
After prolonged talks, the Robertsons will earn approximately $200,000 an episode to be divided among the nine adults and 11 kids. This is about four times more than what the family banked previously. The new deal also includes additional seasons of the series, and series/cast options.
Talks for a new agreement began in early 2013 and initially delayed production on Season 4. "Duck Dynasty" eventually began production while negotiations were still underway.
The Season 3 finale of "Duck Dynasty" was the most-watched A&E series telecast in network history, grabbing 9.6 million viewers and 5.5 million viewers in the adults ages 18-49 demographic.
"Duck Dynasty" returns Wednesday at 10/9c on A&E.