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Season 9 of 'Duck Dynasty' to premiere Jan. 13

By Karen Butler
Willie Robertson and Korie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" arrive at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, DC on May 3, 2014. File Photo by Molly Riley/UPI | <a href="/News_Photos/lp/3f61d6bb747d3d2194f0943aa68e4db7/" target="_blank">License Photo</a>
Willie Robertson and Korie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" arrive at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, DC on May 3, 2014. File Photo by Molly Riley/UPI | License Photo

NEW YORK, Dec. 24 (UPI) -- The docu-series Duck Dynasty is to kick off its ninth season with two back-to-back episodes Jan. 13, A&E announced.

The show, which is about a Louisiana family who runs a duck-call company, will mark its 100th-episode milestone Feb. 17.

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"This season, Duck Dynasty follows the Robertson family as they face new challenges with their unique take on southern living as Willie and Alan agree to help Miss Kay open up her own bakery, Jase gets up close and personal with his in-laws, Willie recruits family members to settle an old dodgeball score, professional wrestler Kurt Angle helps Jep with his wrestling and the ladies challenge the men to a high-stakes, frogging competition," said a season preview from the network.

"Additionally, the Duck Commander team surprises two wounded veterans with a trip to Monroe. To show their support, the family stages a color run to help bring awareness to wounded veterans with the help of retired United States Navy SEAL, Marcus Luttrell. Finally, this season's finale will mark a very special 100th episode with a one-hour-long episode chronicling a can't-miss Robertson family road trip to move John Luke and Mary Kate into Liberty University. Along the way, the family swings by Nashville to visit Willie's friend, country music rapper Colt Ford."

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