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After seven years on the air, 92 episodes and a ton of FX ratings records, Sons Of Anarchy officially said goodbye earlier this year in an explosive finale that served as a fitting sendoff to the characters. Immediately after, fans took to the Internet to offer up their tributes and complain about losing their favorite characters.
Sons of Anarchy piled up a ton of bodies over its seven-season run, enough that there were probably more dead characters than alive ones by the end. And you can now find every single major character death (and quite a few non-major offings) in this gorgeous frenzy of an infograph/poster.
While some people obviously have severe problems with nudity and violence on television, I revel in that kind of stuff. But it was still no easy task to put together the 10 most explicit TV series of 2014, because some of these shows’ filters seem to either be absent or clogged with hair and viscera. What a year, though.
Here’s to a successful year filled with shocking deaths, tragic deaths, vengeful deaths, epic deaths and tear-inducing deaths. Here at CinemaBlend, we’ve compiled a list of 2014’s biggest TV deaths, and you can check them out
Whether you needed a good laugh, a good cry, a good scare or a good reminder that your relationships will probably never be as hectic as Hannah and Adam’s, then 2014 TV was here to deliver it for you. Here are Nick’s choices for the best shows of 2014.
This week saw the surprisingly subdued swan song for Sons of Anarchy’s seventh and final season, and while I wouldn’t have bet my mortgage on the biker drama sweeping the nominations, I expected the Golden Globes to grant an iota of recognition to a departing series that has largely been ignored during awards season.
Tonight is the first Tuesday night of the rest of my life without any new Sons of Anarchy episodes coming next week or next year. For all the deaths that Kurt Sutter has delivered to fans, the death of the show itself is the one that hurts the most.
While there are many more corpses than Cinema Blend can possibly handle, I've chosen the top 30 deaths that Sons of Anarchy has blown away our expectations with. So sit back, put on a good Red Woody original in the background, and feast on the wrath that Kurt Sutter hath wrought.
For seven seasons, Sons of Anarchy fans have watched Jax Teller perform acts and retain memories that most people in the real world are incapable of living with, and there's almost nothing left for him to destroy. He has to die.
Of all the creative minds in television that someone can accidentally piss off, Sons of Anarchy’s outspoken creator Kurt Sutter should be avoided at all costs. But of all the ways that one can go about accidentally pissing off Kurt Sutter, ruining the finale to his seven-year-strong drama is really the worst way to do it.
Are you kidding me?!? Of all the things that I thought would never happen in Sons of Anarchy, especially this close to the finale, anyone’s “surprise guest star role” would have been completely off of my list. And yet Kurt Sutter has defied all odds and done it.
Sons of Anarchy has delivered lots of shocking moments over the years, and its final season has delivered them fairly regularly. This episode was no different, and here's why that one unforgettable scene was absolutely imminent.
I for reals can’t stop shaking right now, which isn’t the kind of thing I’m used to after watching Sons of Anarchy, but “Red Rose” has floored me in quite a few ways. Not the least of which is the particular pile of bodies that fell tonight, and the manner in which Jax coasts through the episode on a cloud of depressed horseshit.
Even though FX’s hit drama Sons of Anarchy is coming to an end in a few weeks, creator Kurt Sutter has been busy putting together his next project for the network, the historical pilot The Bastard Executioner, and he's bringing along a couple of people he's worked with in the past.
It’s said that it all comes out in the wash. Well, it all got put out there tonight on “Suits of Woe,” but nothing got clean. With just two episodes left in the series, there are only crossroads.