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.
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.
With all of the mature, violent, sexual content filling up each episode of FX’s Sons of Anarchy, you’d think the Parents Television Council would have a direct line to series creator Kurt Sutter’s office, where each of their complaints could be addressed accordingly. Here's the latest kerfuffle.
Without question, celebrities receive a more transparent form of communication from other people, namely fans wanting to prove themselves more diehard than the next person. Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam took a particularly bold earful at one point from a fan, which he shared on Conan.
Conan just rewrote the un-script on giving a TV cast a proper tribute with an episode-long focus on Sons of Anarchy and its crowded cast of rugged miscreants. Kicking it all off was this outlandish cold open, for which Conan O’Brien dons the ugliest mustache Movember has ever known.
It’s all about the next five weeks for Sons of Anarchy fans, as the adrenaline-fueled biker drama will be coming to a close on December 9. Production on the series finale recently wrapped, and show creator Kurt Sutter has been posting quietly somber images to accompany the show’s impending conclusion, as if we needed more to get choked up about.
How many people will die during the final season of Sons of Anarchy? From the sound of it, murder and mayhem are on the menu for Season 7 of the FX biker drama. But how many club members will die before season's end? Not as many as you might guess.
Over the course of the show, fans have watched as Charlie Hunnam’s Jax Teller navigates the harsh and brutal world of motorcycle clubs in Northern California all while being a new father and trying not to repeat the sins of his father - one of the original founders. Soon that story will be completed, but just in case you’re worried that this means that the Sons of Anarchy universe will be coming to a close, I have some good news.
Did we just watch a teaser trailer for Ghost Rider 3: Jax Attaxx? Nope, this is the very first promo for the seventh and final season of FX’s hugely popular series Sons of Anarchy.
Most actors could only dream of ever playing someone as fabulous as Sons of Anarchy’s Venus Van Dam, the troubled transgender character that The Shield star Walton Goggins quickly and easily turned into one of the show’s most memorable characters.
It’s hard to imagine Kurt Sutter doing a drama series that’s more violent than Sons of Anarchy, but the premise for his new FX pilot suggests a world of bloody possibilities. Sutter is developing a pilot called The Bastard Executioner, which is set to be a period drama, which — as you may have surmised by the title — centers on an executioner.
Following a heartbreaking and tragic Season 6 opening episode of Sons of Anarchy this Tuesday, the vocal Parents Television Council is using its disgust toward the series to explain why people should be allowed to purchase ala cart cable packages. Creator Kurt Sutter addressed the issue and to explain his feelings on the PTC’s attempts to censor his show.
Anyone wondering about SAMCRO’s early years will have to wait a while longer, assuming the project happens at all. It seems Sutter will at least take some time off before the project sees the light of day. The hit series is currently slated to last for seven seasons, per Sutter’s grand storytelling scheme, which means it might be 2016 or 1017 before the prequel would move forward into production.
FX has horror and it has Kurt Sutter, but what about a series that combines both? That may be in the future for the cable network. The Sons of Anarchy creator has reportedly locked in a deal to develop a horror-drama for the network, along with Hell on Wheels' John Shiban.