'Sons of Anarchy' revs up its fifth season tonight, with Jax Teller firmly at the head of the SAMCRO table, and Clay lurking in the shadows as new dangers encroach the town of Charming from all sides. Apart from all the bad-ass guest stars and plot threads ready to explode, we're especially excited to see one of our favorite 'Community' stars Joel McHale breeze through 'Sons of Anarchy' season 5. But who is the mysterious Warren?
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Got your attention, right? Well, prepare for even more darkly weird news as today FX has announced their intention to keep in business with 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter by developing an original half-hour comedy 'Diva. Clown. Killer.' An intriguing concept who's title punctuation is sure to frustrate internet bloggers everywhere, the demented series may even feature some of the 'Sons of Anarchy' cast in crucial roles, but whom?
As tough and bad-ass as the boys of 'Sons of Anarchy' might play on TV, we imagine the picture's a little different once the cameras stop rolling. Sure the actors have all become heavily embroiled in the motorcycle culture over the years, but it's not that same as having an actual Hells Angel on your side! 'Sons of Anarchy' season 5 will rev up on September 11 with a dose of authenticity by employing real members of the legendary club, but who are these mystery men aligning themselves with SAMCRO?
Just because the endless stream of thoughtless, loud motorcyclists careening past our building has us ready to blow doesn't mean that we're anticipating 'Sons of Anarchy' season 5 any less! It's a brave new world for SAMCRO with Jax Teller at the helm, and a still-living Clay sitting silently in the background, ready to seek his revenge. Or is he? The first official footage of the new season has us all revved up, but what's Clay up to?
Certainly 'Community,' and even 'Sons of Anarchy' fans had to do a double-take upon learning that Joel McHale would be making his way through Charming with the boys of SAMCRO for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 5. It wasn't long after that we saw photos of the 'Community' star on set with 'Sons of Anarchy' lead Katey Sagal, but how would you like to see the man himself in action? And what 'Sons of Anarchy' season 5 character does he seem to have royally pissed off?
'Sons of Anarchy' season 5 has quite a few pieces to pick up when it debuts on September 11, now that Jax has ousted Clay for his spot at the head of the SAMCRO table. Not only have loyalties broken, and new conflicts arisen, but there will be plenty of new faces causing trouble for those Charming Sons when the Kurt Sutter drama returns to FX. One of those pretty new faces comes in the form of Disney Channel star Ashley Tisdale, so how would you like a first look?
As bittersweet as it may be for Comic-Con 2012 to be over, that doesn't mean we have to stop talking about it! The goodies just keep on coming and those who weren't present for Sunday's epic 'Sons of Anarchy' panel are in for a treat! We've got a first look at how 'Sons of Anarchy' will unfold, after the unbelievable fallout of season 4. Will the One-Niners unleash retaliation on SAMCRO? Who's most in danger?
Are you ready for it? 'Cause here's the last panel we're reporting on from Comic-Con 2012. So let's get to it!
'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter brought with him Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Ron Perlman, Maggie Siff, Kim Coates, Mark Boone Junior, Tommy Flanagan, Theo Rossi, Ryan Hurst and Dayton Callie to the Hall of H on Sunday in San Diego.
Joel McHale certainly keeps busy. He still puts time in at 'The Soup,' he's the star of 'Community,' he just played one of the leads in 'Ted,' and now he's lined up a multi-episode role on 'Sons of Anarchy.' And we're sorry to disappoint Community' fans, but he won't be playing Jeff Winger - it's not a crossover.
We love a good teaser, and have been far too long without any official looks at the upcoming 'Sons of Anarchy' season 5. Still, one must remember that teasers aren't necessarily representative of what we'll actually see when the latest installment of 'Sons of Anarchy' debuts late this summer, or even at Comic-Con 2012. The first official teaser for the FX motorcycle drama's fifth year probably isn't meant to be taken literally, but has us revved up nonetheless.