The reworked deal will now ensure Sons of Anarchy gets a sixth season, which is good news for fans of the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, or at least their storylines. Sutter’s new deal will has been signed for three years, and will also give Sutter credentials with the network beyond what Nielsen ratings are telling network heads—although, right now, those Nielsen ratings are probably speaking pretty well of the show.
One of the loose ends left to dangle in the wind on Sons of Anarchy last season is the matter of Juice. Theo Rossi’s character was up to no good during Season 4 of the series and while part of that was resolved through a conversation with Chibs, but Juice still has a couple of major secrets and from the sound of it, that will be addressed at some point in the series’ future.
If you caught last night’s episode of Sons of Anarchy then you know that the series took a couple of major turns last night. Lines were crossed and there may not be any turning back. Enough with the idioms, though. Let’s talk about next week!
Early last month, Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter tweeted (as he so often does) that the thirteenth episode of Season 4 was “HUGE." He went on to say, "Literally, it's like 112 pages right now.” I know I wasn’t alone in hoping this would result in a supersized finale, as opposed to Sutter having to cut 75 pages from the script, as mentioned in his tweet. As good fortune would have it, we’re not getting a bulked up finale, we’re getting a whole extra episode!
Kurt Sutter’s known for speaking up and speaking his mind when something’s bothering him and in the case of the Fox/DirecTV carriage dispute, which could result in DirecTV subscribers losing FX and thus, losing yet-to-air episodes of Sutter’s excellent drama series Sons of Anarchy it’s unsurprising that the showrunner is weighing in on the subject.
The men of the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club may face an uncertain future as turmoil both internal and external threatens to tear the club apart, but at least they don't have to worry about being left on a cliffhanger this year. Six episodes into a season that has seen the show's ratings increasing, FX has officially ordered a fifth season of Sons of Anarchy.
After an outstanding second season, Sons of Anarchy’s third season wobbled a bit. The initial plotline of Jax’s kidnapped baby was a solid launching point, and the club’s trip overseas and interactions with the IRA were interesting, but the season seemed to lose focus during its middle. Now we’re only a week away from the fourth season Sons premiere, and an extended trailer for the show has popped up online, giving us a better look at what’s to come.
What’s the old saying about opinions being like a-holes? Everyone’s got one, right? The same can almost be said for Twitter accounts these days and if ever there’s a guy who knows how to “manipulate 140 characters,” it’s Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter. This isn’t the first time he’s dropped some honesty onto his Twitter feed, and I doubt it’ll be the last. Last night, he targeted AMC for their budget issues and took some shots at Mad Men in the process…
I'm not sure who scooped this but I'm more than a little surprised, with FX's hit biker series Sons of Anarchy coming to Comic-Con in less than a month's time, that this pretty big news surfaced today and wasn't saved for a Hall H surprise in San Diego. The Hoff is coming to Charming, California.
The sound of wedding bells may be heard over the roar of motorcycle engines when Season 4 of Sons of Anarchy gets going on FX this fall. A spoilery image surfaced online today, which shows off the happy bride and groom, and also reveals something fairly disastrous! Spoiler alert...