Duck Dynasty’s day in the sun has officially come to an end. The A&E reality series is going off the air for good after season 11.
On Wednesday, the Duck Dynasty Twitter page released a cryptic tweet about its end with a video announcement confirming that season 11, which premiered on Tuesday, will be its last.
“SPOILER ALERT: The Robertsons made a big quacking announcement,” the tweet read.
The A&E series follows Willie Robertson and his brothers, Jase, Jep and Alan as well as his wife and kids, his parents and his uncle Si as they conduct business as usual as owners of the Duck Commander duck-call.
According to the video, which featured pretty much the entire group outside in Louisiana, it was a family decision to walk away from the series.
As for their big news, the hilarious family fumbled through their bittersweet reveal, eventually coming out with the words that the show is ending come April.
“We’ve decided as a family for this to be the final chapter of the Duck Dynasty series,” Jase finally said in the announcement.
“This is going to be the best season yet and you might see us again in a special for two,” Willie’s wife, Korie teased before everyone rejoiced in the video.
The series finale will air on April 12, so prepare your duck calls and grab your cameo wear, because the beginning of the end is upon us — well the beginning of the end of duck hunting on TV, that is.
Catch all-new episodes of Duck Dynasty Wednesdays on A&E at 9 p.m.