Fam­ily drama Amer­i­can Chop­per se­ries end­ing on TLC af­ter six-sea­son run

Cape Breton Post - - Arts & Entertainment -

NEW YORK (AP) — Amer­i­can Chop­per is rid­ing off into the sun­set. The pop­u­lar TLC se­ries based on the feud­ing Teu­tul fam­ily and their custom-built mo­tor­cy­cle busi­ness is go­ing off the air af­ter six sea­sons. TLC said Wed­nes­day that the fi­nal episode will air to­day.

The end isn’t a sur­prise. Paul Teu­tul and his son, Paul Jr., have fre­quently fought on the air. The son re­cently left New York-based Or­ange County Chop­pers to start his own busi­ness and the two are in a court dis­pute over money.

The net­work said that “the show has al­ways been about build­ing one-of-a-kind bikes and the drama of run­ning a fam­ily busi­ness. The Teu­tuls will al­ways be part of the Dis­cov­ery fam­ily and we con­grat­u­late them on a tremen­dously suc­cess­ful se­ries run.”

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