After five years and 11 seasons, "Duck Dynasty" will be ending following its current season. The series, A&E's longest-running reality show, follows the Robertson family and their business in Louisiana manufacturing products for duck hunters. The Robertson family announced in a video on Wednesday that the current 11th season would be their last. "We decided as a family for this to be the final chapter of the 'Duck Dynasty' series," Jase Robertson said. The reality show premiered in 2012 and in 2013 became the most-watched reality series in cable history. The series was temporarily banned from the airwaves that same year after family patriarch Phil's anti-gay remarks went viral. The current and final season is set to air its last episode on April 12.