American Chopper is officially on the chopping block -- again. Full Story
'Orange County Choppers' reality series starring 'American Chopper' star Paul Teutul Sr. ordered by CMT
Paul Teutul Sr. is returning to reality TV.
TLC has announced American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior will premiere Thursday, August 12 at 9PM ET/PT.
American Chopper's upcoming revival will apparently pit a still-feuding father and son against each other.
American Chopper will reportedly be revving up its engines once again.
TLC's 'American Chopper' airing series finale following family split
Paul Teutul Sr. didn't pull any punches in claiming that American Chopper is the only real reality series out there.
American Chopper's sixth-season premiere will apparently feature a family feud that ends with patriarch Paul Teutul, Sr. firing his son Paulie.
American Chopper star Paul Teutul Sr. may need to hire some additional security for his custom motorcycle company.
TLC has announced American Chopper's fifth season, which will continue to follow the bike-building Teutul clan, will premiere on Thursday, January 17 at 9PM ET/PT.
Rev your engines and reline your fishing poles.
First Paul Teutul Sr.'s family grew. Now it's apparently his business' turn.
There probably aren't many things that would pull Paul Teutul Sr. out of Orange County Choppers' garage and away from his passion for customizing motorcycles, but he encountered one this weekend: getting married.
One would think it takes more than a motorcycle to reach almost 100 million people -- but that's what the boys from American Chopper accomplished on Super Bowl Sunday -- as members of the Teutul family appeared in two commercials during CBS' broadcast of the NFL championship game on February 4.
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