American Chopper will reportedly be revving up its engines once again.

TLC is reviving the reality series and it will continue to feature the entire Teutul family despite recent on-camera fighting, The Hollywood Reporter reported Tuesday.

American Chopper's sixth and supposed final season premiered last spring and the finale aired in February. The season featured patriarch Paul Teutul, Sr. feuding with sons Paul Jr. and Mikey, resulting in their departures from Paul Sr.'s Orange County Choppers motorcycle business in New York. 

Afterward, the show continued to chronicle the men's separate activities, which included Paul Sr. continuing to run Orange County Choppers on his own, and Paul Jr. -- who is currently in a court dispute with Paul Sr. over the value of a minority stake in his father's business -- attempting to start his own design business.

However TLC's decision to revive the reality series will formally be announced at TLC's upfront presentation for advertisers this week, according to The Reporter, which added it will continue to be set at Orange County Choppers.

American Chopper originally premiered on Discovery Channel before moving to TLC.