The TV host said the show may come back in March 2009. But for now, he's still hoping for a son
Adal Ramones

Fans of the Mexican TV program, Otro Rollo, headed by Adal Ramones, received good news from the host, who said they're preparing to return to the small screen by the beginning of next year.

“Obviously we're going to have writers working on the show beforehand, to see what we want to add and get rid of, and who the cast will be,” said the 38-year-old host to Televisa Espectáculos, assuring that the new show will be revamped and fresher than ever.

“We talked about it a few weeks ago. They wanted to bring it back Otro Rollo, before year's end. And I said ‘why not March?' cause that's when the TV schedule is back on track, and that way I can still have a vacation,” explained the host of Bailando por un sueño, adding that he's focused on fatherhood right now and wants a son to play with his little Paola, 7.

“We're working on it, and we're giving my wife Gaby some time to see if she can have another baby, and if it doesn't work out, we'll have to use other alternatives to see how we'll be able to conceive,” said Ramones, who hosted Otro Rollo from 1995 until last May, when it went off the air, leaving behind millions of sad fans.