Sadie Robertson Huff Dishes on Possibility of ‘Duck Dynasty’ Reboot

by Hunter Miller
sadie-robertson-huff-dishes-possibility-duck-dynasty-reboot

Sadie Robertson Huff says she’s in a “fun new season” of life for filming a Duck Dynasty reboot. The 23-year-old reality star opened up about the possibility of getting the Robertson crew back together for more installments of the former A&E series during an interview earlier this week.

While speaking with People, the 23-year-old spoke about what filming her family’s TV show would look like in 2020. Firstly, when asked if a reboot would ever happen, Sadie said, “Man, I mean, I don’t know. That would be so fun. We’ve all gotten a lot older.”

At the time of the original series, Sadie and her siblings were teens. Now, they are all grown up. “Like we said, some of us have kids,” Sadie continued. “My grandparents have gotten older. My parents are doing new things. So it would be fun. I mean, it would be a fun new season to do it.”

Even though she says filming more Duck Dynasty would be “fun,” Sadie remained skeptical about it happening any time soon. “This year’s so crazy, I don’t know,” she concluded.

Sadie Robertson Huff Opens Up about Her Relationship with Her Husband

One aspect of Sadie’s life that would be different than in the original Duck Dynasty series is that now she is married. She tied the knot with her husband, Christian Huff, last year.

Given the coronavirus pandemic, Sadie Robertson says she and Christian definitely spent a considerable amount of quality time in this first year of marriage. “We’ve learned so much about each other,” she said.

Sadie continued by saying: “Because when we dated, we were long distance the whole time. And then we get married and we’re quarantined together. So we definitely got to know each other a lot. Made up for all lost time.”

Sadie Robertson isn’t the only one in her family to talk about a Duck Dynasty reboot. Earlier this summer, Willie Robertson’s brother, Al, says he’s “almost sure” that there will be more TV shows in the future. Learn more here.

[H/T People]

Outsider.com