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Earlier today, the world got the terrible news that Kurt Sutterís latest series The Bastard Executioner will not return for Season 2 in 2016. But the silver lining here is that Sutter is now able to shift his focus back to the Sons of Anarchy universe.
If you were a fan of Sons of Anarchy during its seven-year stretch, you know the show was full of adult situations. But some people still complained, and this is one of the dumbest things you'll ever read.
Kurt Sutter's already laying the groundwork for a future Sons of Anarchy spinoff about the Mayans. So will we get to see any characters crossing over between shows?
We can one day live in the world of the Sons of Anarchy mythology again, whenever creator Kurt Sutter gets around to making the previously announced prequel series. Thankfully, heís got a good idea for what itíll be about and how heíll tackle it.†
Even though itís the early stages for the recently announced Sons of Anarchy spinoff, weíve already got some pipe dreams for it, so here are 6 Sons of Anarchy characters that we absolutely have to see if and when this still-untitled spinoff gets made.
When the mighty have fallen, everyone else gets to rise up and take the throne. Thatís whatís happening over at FX now, as Sons of Anarchyís ashes are being swept away and replaced by the development of a brand new spinoff series. And SAMCRO isn't at the helm, either.
The Internet is where people go now to champion their favorite TV shows, and as you might imagine, some shows have far more diehard fans than others.†A new study by Nielsen Social has been put together to gauge the 10 most popular shows from the 2014-2015 season, according to the most loyal fans on Twitter.
I could go on for days about how Sons of Anarchy was an incredible slice of TV pie, but Iíll just mention how pitch-perfect 99% of the casting was throughout the showís seven seasons. Sadly, we missed out on appearances from True Blood's biggest stars.
Kurt Sutter recently shared that putting together his upcoming series The Bastard Executioner was scary in a way that Sons of Anarchy couldnít quite compare to.
The modern era of television can be summed up in many ways, with plenty of trends and tropes to choose as foundations. Weíve rounded up 11 of the most gruesome deaths TV characters have faced over the years. Yes, there will be spoilers.
Every year, the Emmy nominations come, and the reactions they inspire range from eye-popping surprise to hair-pulling anger. This yearís nomination announcement was no different at all, and here are five of the most egregious absentees and surprising presences in the massive list.†
We'll soon get to watch Ron Perlman play an interesting character on the Amazon drama Hand of God, and the esteemed actor thinks that this show is superior to his former drama Sons of Anarchy in several ways. Blasphemy?
Saying goodbye to Sons of Anarchy wasn't just hard for the drama's ever-widening fanbase, and the actors took it hard as well. Especially Theo Rossi, who recently shared a few words about what made Juice so special.
Hunnam is most known for his role on FXís Sons of Anarchy, a series which ran on the cabler until this spring. While Hunnam has taken gigs in the time since the drama ended, he now says he did some pretty over-the-top things to stay in the mindset of Jax Teller.
Sons of Anarchy featured a bunch of characters that I'll likely forever miss, and there will always be that fictional regret that I can never kick back and pound a few with anybody on the show. So here are the ten characters I'd want to get sloshed with the most.