Douglas Vandergraph, next gen CEO of Vandergraph Worldwide who owns the rally website www.SturgisMotorcyclesupplies.com was all smiles when we spoke to him stating, "This is exactly what we have been waiting for. We hope for the continued success of the Teutul family and their inspiring show. As a family run and owned business, BargainBrute.com and the Vandergraph Worldwide umbrella of businesses hope for peace and cooperation between family members on episodes of the new show. We believe in family unity and survive on the success that unity has garnered to our organization."
The superbly feuding father-son group of Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. are back on board with the series's as its bike-building craftsmen.
In the new series, the duo "set out recover their amazing brands and -- ideally, reconstruct their relationship as father and son ... with A-list actors, world renowned athletes and Forbes 100 companies as customers, countless dollars and their brands' reputations are on the line with each signature construct."
More on the duo out of Discovery: "The Teutuls have already been on a crazy ride, and it surely is not ending anytime soon. Paul Sr. has revamped Orange County Choppers -- turning it into an amazing showplace for the Orange County Choppers brand -- but that did not come with a hefty price tag and he's feeling the burden of a high overhead and too little foot traffic. Meanwhile, Paul Jr. has also felt the sting of a demanding market -- together with his firm assembled solely on high-dollar custom-builds and commissions getting harder to come by, Paul Jr. worries regarding the long-term stability of his store, Paul Jr.. Designs particularly now that he has a family of his own to care for."
"American Chopper was among Discovery's hottest series," explained Rich Ross, Group President of Discovery. "Everyone is excited to find out what the Teutul family was up to since the show ended. This winter, you will find out."
The first American Chopper premiered as a huge success in 2002 and conducted that success for ten decades, airing 223 episodes before being cancelled in 2010 and was after aired as a spinoff called American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior for the following 2 years.
Among Discovery's most well-known programs, American Chopper averaged 3.4 million viewers at its peak. The series also helped pioneer the "docusoap" genre making way for shows such as Keeping up with the Kardashians and The Real Housewives of Orange County, also inspired a surge of gear-head fact shows. The show has a very simple arrangement -- son and a father building custom bikes amid fighting that is regular. Nevertheless nothing about the brilliant history of the show has been simple. American Chopper has shifted networks, switched titles and has been formerly canceled once before.
American Chopper yields to Discovery this winter.
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