Several months ago we heard from 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter himself that he'd been kicking around the idea of an online post-show wrapup in the vein of 'Talking Dead' and 'Talking Bad,' and it seems SAMCRO will indeed have another home this fall. FX has announced 'Anarchy Afterword' to debut with 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6, but how closely will it follow the known format?
FX biker drama 'Sons of Anarchy' has long courted both headlines and controversy with its frank depictions of violence, but upcoming season 6 premiere "Straw" may prove the most debated yet. Showrunner Kurt Sutter recently addressed a violent twist featured in the upcoming September 10 debut that will no doubt make headlines, while updating fans on the series' longevity and upcoming extended episodes.
Kurt Sutter's FX biker drama 'Sons of Anarchy' will ride into its sixth season this fall, with the expectation of a seventh that may well prove the final year for SAMCRO, but will the franchise end there? Speaking at the recent "Hit the Ground Showrunning" panel, Sutter offered up new thoughts on his long-gestating 'Sons of Anarchy' prequel project, which could well take the form of an additional FX series, or even a movie.
AMC's successful experiment in launching Chris Hardwick's 'Talking Dead' talk show after episodes of 'The Walking Dead' not only spawned the development of a 'Talking Bad' series for 'Breaking Bad,' but may have also inspired 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter to develop his own companion talk show for the FX series as well. Sutter has a slightly different vision in mind however, so find out if 'Talking Sons' will crop up on FX inside!
'Sons of Anarchy's' Kurt Sutter has a rich history of casting stars from such series as 'Deadwood' and his old stomping grounds 'The Shield,' as today he added another big name to the list. Former 'Shield' star CCH Pounder will appear in the upcoming sixth season with an important new role to the boys of SAMCRO, but as whom? Find out what brings 'The Shield' to 'Sons of Anarchy' inside!
With 'Justified' due to wrap up its fourth season tonight, and 'The Americans' soon to complete its first year, it could be a while yet before we get the FX gunplay we so enjoy. Thankfully, we're just a few months from the 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 premiere, which has huge threads of its own to tie off! Ron Perlman's Clay Morrow has long been a staple of the series' but will 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 see the disgraced SAMCRO leader at his end? New intel on season 6 inside!
It may be awhile yet before SAMCRO rides for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6, but thankfully series creator Kurt Sutter isn't afraid to speak freely now and again. The prolific FX showrunner was recently on hand for the FX Upfront, where he answered a number of questions about the acclaimed motorcycle drama's upcoming sixth season, including what makes Donal Logue's Lee Toric character different from any prior 'Sons of Anarchy' villain. Get the inside scoop on season 6 inside!
Given that FX's 'Sons of Anarchy' has proved the cable network's biggest success to date, we weren't surprised to hear that series creator Kurt Sutter would continue his partnerhsip with the network by developing additional programs. In addition to the bizare killer clown comedy we'd earlier heard about, Sutter has begun development of supernatural drama 'Lucas Stand' with former 'Hell On Wheels' showrunner John Shiban for FX, but what's the new drama all about?
Just when you thought the uproar surrounding AMC's decision to renew 'The Walking Dead' for season 4 without show-runner Glen Mazzara had died down, 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter has stoked the fires once again. Previously Sutter attacked AMC for their frequent show-runner turmoil, leading 'Walking Dead' creator and AMC executive producer Robert Kirkman to comment on Sutter's words over Twitter. Now, Sutter has gone positively nuclear, slamming both Kirkman and AMC for a lack of knowledge in show-running in his latest video blog entry. Will the madness never cease?
Because it just wouldn't be the holidays without all our loved ones squabbling with one another, the show-runners of our favorite TV series are at it again. Late last week brought the shocking news that 'The Walking Dead' showrunner Glen Mazzara would depart the series for the fourth season, followed by 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter's profane public response to AMC. Now, 'Walking Dead' comic creator and AMC executive producer Robert Kirkman has issues his own response to Sutter's rant, fueling the fire. The battle rages inside!