“Dukes of Hazzard” Stars Reunite 38 Years After The Final Episode

“Dukes of Hazzard” Stars Reunite 38 Years After The Final Episode | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

The Dukes of Hazzard / Facebook Tom Wopat / Twitter

Former stars of the hit show The Dukes of Hazzard reunite at Comic Con in Tennessee

It’s been over 38 years since the final episode of the hilarious comedy series The Dukes of Hazzard aired on television. The action-packed show followed the Duke family’s adventures, including the escapades of cousins Bo and Luke, who had a knack for finding trouble with the law and an affinity for intense car chases. 

The stars of the show, Tom Wopat (Luke Duke), John Schneider (Bo Duke), and Catherine Bach (Daisy Duke) reunited at Comic Con in Gallatin, TN over the weekend for a special appearance and meet and greet with fans. Wopat posted a great photo of the trio to X (formerly Twitter) where they can be seen grinning from ear to ear. 

Byron Cherry (Coy Duke), Jeff Altman (Hughie Hogg), and Rich Hurst (Deputy Cletus Hogg) were also in attendance. 

Where are the Dukes now? 

After The Dukes of Hazzard came to an end, Tom Wopat continued to act on stage and the small screen. He also released several singles as a musical artist, including an album in 2017.

John Schneider kept steady work as an actor and notably appeared in Smallville and TV film projects after his famous role. He also released several country singles in the 1980s, which performed well.

Catherine Bach’s role in Dukes of Hazzard created a sex symbol. Following the show’s success, Catherine insured her legs for a million dollars. She also posed for a poster that sold over 5 million copies. Since her famous role, Catherine has remained a working actress. 

The Dukes of Hazzard remains a pop culture phenomenon.   

With 147 episodes spanning nearly a decade, The Dukes of Hazzard made a significant mark on American culture. The ‘69 Dodge Charger named the General Lee, which was used by Bo and Luke Duke in the show, remains one of the most iconic cards in pop-culture history. For many, the car has become a symbol of hope and resilience, representing the spirit of adventure and the courage to stand up for what is right. 

An unexpected but lasting impact from the show was Catherine Bach’s infamous denim shorts, affectionately nicknamed “Daisy Dukes.” Bach’s contributions to entertainment, fashion, and culture continue to be celebrated by her fans around the world. 


Share on Facebook Share on Facebook

Don’t Miss Out! Sign up for the Latest Updates