August 14th, 2013
05:45 PM ET
A&E's "Duck Dynasty" is poised to continue its reign now that the cast members have reportedly hammered out salary negotiations.
The series, which begins its fourth season on A&E tonight, is a ratings boon for the network, and the family at the center of the show is seeing the profits of their popularity.
The new agreement also keeps the Robertsons around for more seasons of "Dynasty," should A&E want to keep the ratings boon going.
The series' third season proved just how popular the program has become, drawing 8.6 million viewers with its premiere and closing out the season with a record 9.6 million tuning in to the finale.
The fourth season of "Duck Dynasty," which chronicles the Louisiana bayou family and their Duck Commander line of duck calls and decoys, kicks off at 10 p.m. tonight on A&E.
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