Paul Teutul Jr. of the television show 'American Chopper' sits on a custom made World Trade Center inspired motorcycle in front of the 9/11 Memorial Preview Site on October 5, 2011 in New York City.
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Questions and answers for some of your favorite television shows.
Q: I understand that "American Chopper" is coming to an end. I heard that Paul Jr. is trying to get his own TV show. Is there any network interested?
-- Gannon, 37, Crafton, Pa.
Rob Owen: The "American Chopper" series finale aired last month. It's entirely possible that other networks -- or even Discovery -- will be interested in making another TV show with either or both Teutuls, but until an announcement is made, it's just speculation.
Q: Back in September, "The Price is Right" game show premiered a new season. The models were interviewed, and one, Gwendolyn, was due to have her baby in a couple of weeks. But lately, there have been a lot of repeats shown. Some of the shows have her on still pregnant. I assume by now, she had her baby.
-- Andy, 56, West Mifflin, Pa.
Rob: According to the show's publicist, Gwendolyn Osbourne had a baby girl named London Olivia at the end of September. She'll be back on the show early this year.
Q: I was wondering if "Rules of Engagement" is coming back this season.
-- Jim, 47, Savage, Minn.
Rob: Yes, CBS has renewed "Rules" and will bring it back at midseason. The show's seventh-season premiere will be 8:30 p.m. EST Feb. 4.
Q: "The Fades" ... is it coming back? Has it been canceled (or plum-puddinged or whatever the British equivalent would be)? I've looked a little bit online and it doesn't look good.
-- Brian, 39, Pittsburgh
Rob: Sorry, it has been canceled. No new episodes are planned.
Q: "The Middle" is one of my favorite TV shows. I bought seasons 1 and 2 on DVD. Why hasn't season 3 been released yet?
-- Cathy via email
Rob: Warner Bros., which owns the rights to the show, says it has no plans to release the third season of "The Middle." This suggests that while the show is popular ratings-wise on ABC, its DVD sales for seasons one and two were lackluster.
Q: Is there any chance "The Gifted Man" will be back? I really enjoyed that show.
-- Carolyn, 70, Kennedy Township, Pa.
Rob: Sorry, no. It was canceled in May and won't be back.
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