It’s been a good while since ‘Sons of Anarchy’ revved out any new details of the seventh and final season, but with the fall fast approaching, our first major casting bombshell has hit. Following notable guest turns in HBO’s 'Eastbound and Down’ and more, shock rocker Marilyn Manson will next bring his dope show to ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 7 in a recurring role.
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It may yet be some time before 'Sons of Anarchy' begins roaring out details of its seventh and final season, but we can rest assured that at least two fan-favorite characters will be in it for the long hall. David Labrava (Happy) and Niko Nicotera (Rat) will not only return to stand alongside Jax and SAMCRO in 'Sons of Anarchy' season 7, but will do so as series regulars.
It's been a good while since we've heard anything from the front about 'The Walking Dead''s companion/spinoff series at AMC, what with the mothership preparing to head into its fourth season finale this coming Sunday. Now, AMC has unveiled a slew of new scripted developments for its lineup, including a 'Sons of Anarchy' alum attached to write and develop the spinoff of AMC's monster-drama.
'Sons of Anarchy' became something of a running gag in critical circles this past year for its ever-expanding runtime, with its sixth season frequently extending episodes to the 90-minute mark. Now, as the seventh and final season of FX's road-rashing biker drama looms, series creator Kurt Sutter has revealed his intent to expand 'Sons of Anarchy' even further, adding additional episodes to the swan song. Plus, what might shock-rocker Marilyn Manson have to do with it?
Finally! It only took her seven seasons, but 'Sons of Anarchy' vet and former 'The Sopranos' star Drea de Matteo has finally been promoted to a full series regular in advance of the FX motorcycle drama's seventh and ostensibly final season. Will she prove the last leading lady in Jax's life after all?
'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter recently told reporters he'd want a few years after the FX biker drama's end before any potential prequel miniseries, and it seems we know what he'll be doing in the meantime. FX has given a pilot order to Sutter's new medieval drama 'The Bastard Executioner,' along with executive producer Brian Grazer.
'Sons of Anarchy''s sixth season came to a close with the exceptionally brutal two-hour finale "A Mother's Work," likely leaving but one season remaining for Kurt Sutter's nigh-Shakespearean epic. We've heard rumors of a potential prequel series before, but with the end in sight, what does Sutter himself have to say about FX's intent to develop a 'Sons of Anarchy' miniseries exploring the "Original 9"?
And lo, another 'Sons of Anarchy' season finale has come to pass, bringing at least two major offerings for the reaper and another nail in the coffin of the FX biker drama's hope for a happy ending. As the dust settles, we look to series creator Kurt Sutter to explain the rational behind the shocking deaths of season 6 closer "A Mother's Work," and lay the groundwork for Jax Teller's likely final ride in season 7.
‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 6 roars out its 13th and final episode of the year, “A Mother's Work,” as Jax makes a surprising decision when SAMCRO catches up to Tara, relations between the Mayans and Niners sour, and a horrific tragedy rocks the club.
Last week’s ‘Sons of Anarchy’ episode, “You Are My Sunshine,” saw Jax settling accounts between the Chinese, Irish and August Marks, while Tara made her last play to flee Charming with the boys, and Juice wrestled with the weight of his conscience. So how does “A Mother's Work” roll the season to its inevitable conclusion? Who does ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 6 surrender to the reaper this time?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 6 episode 13, season finale “A Mother's Work”!
‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 6 roars out its 12th and penultimate episode of the year, “You Are My Sunshine,” as Jax settles accounts between the Chinese, Irish and August Marks, while Tara makes her last play to flee Charming with the boys, and Juice wrestles with the weight of his conscience.
Last week’s ‘Sons of Anarchy’ episode, “Aon Rud Persanta,” saw Jax put into play his ultimate plans for both the Irish and Clay’s escape from prison, while Tara faced a difficult choice posed by DA Patterson (CCH Pounder). So how does “You Are My Sunshine” keep the season rolling toward its inevitable conclusion? Will ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 6 finally mark the end for SAMCRO?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 6 episode 12, “You Are My Sunshine”!