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John Schneider has weighed on the decision by TV Land to pull reruns of The Dukes of Hazzard from its lineup in the aftermath of the horrific Charleston mass shooting on June 17. The actor and singer played Bo Duke on the hit CBS television series from 1979 to 1985. Show More Summary
Bad news for the good ol' boys. TVLand has pulled episodes ofThe Dukes of Hazzard from its schedule, People reports. Though the network hasn't commented on its reasoning for dropping the series, the popular assumption stems from controversy over the Confederate flag, which is painted prominently on... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Dukes of Hazzard
When TV Land decided to stop showing Dukes of Hazzard reruns, former Hazzard star John Schneider blasted the decision, insisting that the show's content was not based on racism.
"Dukes of Hazzard" reruns have been pulled from TV Land in the wake of controversy surrounding the Confederate flag.
The Dukes of Hazzard will no longer air on TV Land. According to THR, the 80s adventure comedy series has been pulled from the schedule amid uproar that the car famously featured on the show, called The General Lee, prominently displays a Confederate flag on the roof. In fact, Warner Bros. recently announced it would [...]
Those Duke boys are in a mess of trouble again, and TV Land announced Wednesday that it is dropping the classic 1980s action-comedy from its roster. Continue reading Dukes of Hazzard reruns dropped amid Confederate flag controversy Dukes...Show More Summary
The Dukes of Hazzard are done...for now. TV Land has pulled all reruns of the 80's series from its schedule, just one week after Warner Bros. "elected to cease the...
The General Lee has been recalled.
"Are people who grew up watching the show now suddenly racists?" John Schneider asks. read more
Dukes of Hazzard fans are going to have to get their fix somewhere other than TV Land The network announced Wednesday that it has pulled reruns of the show from its lineup — a move that comes as controversy around the use of the Confederate...Show More Summary
NEWS: While the TV Land cable channel has pulled The Dukes of Hazzard from their lineup, the show itself has not been ?banned from television.?
The Duke Boys have been in trouble with the law since the day they was born, but now they’re now feeling the wrath of Confederate flag protesters. TheWrap has confirmed that TV Land has pulled the 1980s-era comedy Dukes of Hazzard from its lineup because it featured a car — called The General Lee— that … Continue reading TV Land pulls the Dukes of Hazard
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TV Land has pulled reruns of The Dukes of Hazzard off its schedule. The network did not comment on why the episodes were removed, but the news comes after the show became part of the national debate over use of the Confederate flag, which is displayed on the roof of the Duke boys' car. Show More Summary
The move comes amid a controversy over the Confederate flag.
TV Land would not confirm why the decision was made but it follows Warner Bros.'s move to halt production on toys of a car in the show that displays the Confederate flag.
TV Land has pulled re-runs of the 1980s sitcom “Dukes of Hazzard,” the U.S. cable network said on Wednesday amid controversy over portrayals of the Confederate flag, which is notably featured on the show’s “General Lee” vehicle. Viacom Inc-owned TV Land declined to...
With the debate over the Confederate flag back in the news following last month's racist church shooting in Charleston, The Hollywood Reporter reports that TV Land has pulled all reruns of The Dukes of Hazzard. The network has seen pushback over the show's iconic "General Lee," a 1969 Dodge Charger with... More »
TV Land has dumped "The Dukes of Hazzard."