Despite a large Facebook outcry from the 'Walking Dead' community saying there was no way the popular AMC series could lose to anything else on the tube, the majority of TV-goers have collectively declared through voting in the 2012 ScreenCrush Awards that FX's 'Sons of Anarchy' is top dog
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Forget about the Golden Globes and the Oscars for one second, and let's focus instead on what the fans think about the best movies and TV shows of 2012. We at ScreenCrush asked you, our loyal movie- and TV-obsessed readers, to start voting on your picks for the best 2012 had to offer, and so far we've got some tid bits to report -- 'The Dark Knight Rises' is leading 'The Avengers' to take home the title of Best Movie, while 'Sons of Anarchy' is trending to win Best TV Series over 'The Walking Dead'!
Unhappy with those wins? Don't worry because this is a preview. There's still a week left in the polls and your votes can change the tide.
Earlier today the TV community was rocked by the news that while AMC had officially renewed 'The Walking Dead' for a fourth season, show-runner Glen Mazzara would resign from his post. Mazzara's departure marks the second show-runner shift for 'The Walking Dead' amid a host of other AMC showrunner conflicts, and now 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter has publicly attacked AMC over the debacle. The conflict heats up inside!
While we wouldn't dream of spoiling the fate of 'Sons of Anarchy's Juice in last week's season finale "J'ai Obtenu Cette,' rest assured that star Theo Rossi isn't hurting for work just yet. The actor will next take his talents to an upcoming episode of 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' fighting on the side of the angels this time. Find out who Rossi will bring to 'Law & Order' inside!
And so, yet another year has come to pass in Charming and 'Sons of Anarchy' has lain to rest its fifth season. Requiem, and terra pax, and so forth. But given the heartbreaking conclusion of last night's 'Sons of Anarchy' season 5 finale "J'ai Obtenu Cette," is there any hope on the horizon for SAMCRO? Will either of last night's casualties be able to survive in prison, let alone with the targets painted on their backs? Will Jimmy Smits or Donal Logue return? Answers to these burning questions, and new season 6 teases inside!
‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 comes to a screeching halt with its thirteenth and final episode of the year “J'ai Obtenu Cette,” as Jax prepares to hand Tig over to Damon Pope (Harold Perrineau), Nero fights to reclaim his old neighborhood, Clay finds his Ireland trip interrupted, and Tara faces a deadly obstacle in her efforts to leave Charming behind.
Last week’s ‘Sons of Anarchy’ episode “Darthy” saw Jax’ dangerously attempting to smooth over his transition between the Mexicans, Irish and Chinese, while Clay threw himself at the mercy of the club, and Tara found herself threatened both by Wendy (Drea Di Matteo) and U.S. Marshall Lee Toric (Donal Logue). So, how does “J'ai Obtenu Cette” Close out the season? Does ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5′s finale mark the endgame for SAMCRO?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 finale, “J'ai Obtenu Cette!”
Blood-lusting 'Sons of Anarchy' fans may have notice that last night's penultimate season 5 episode "Darthy" was devoid of any major deaths, for a season that has spilled (or burned) so much blood already. Instead, Jax went even darker than his intended revenge on Clay, but will he finally pull the trigger by next week's season 5 finale "J'ai Obtenu Cette?" Between Clay and Donal Logue's mysterious Lee Toric, what do the latest photos reveal?
‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 rides again with its twelfth and penultimate episode of the year “Darthy,” as Jax’ dangerously attempts to smooth over his transition between the Mexicans, Irish and Chinese, while Clay throws himself at the mercy of the club, and Tara finds herself threatened both by Wendy (Drea Di Matteo) and U.S. Marshall Lee Toric (Donal Logue).
Last week’s ‘Sons of Anarchy’ episode “To Thine Own Self” saw Jax's efforts landing him in hot water with the Galindo cartel, while Nero found himself slipping back into his darker days, Tara considered a new opportunity, and Otto (Kurt Sutter) received a mysterious visitor. So, how does “Darthy” keep things running? Is ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5's endgame for SAMCRO in motion?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 5 episode 12, “Darthy!”
Many a 'Sons of Anarchy' fan found themselves maddeningly disheartened when longtime series star Ryan Hurst left the series, and put to rest his role as Jax's trusted childhood friend and SAMCRO member Harry "Opie" Winston. After last weeks climactic "To Thine Own Self," the FX biker drama prepares for the final acts of its fifth season, though not without sending Hurst off with a special goodbye. And what's more special than putting a samurai sword to your own face, after all?
'Sons of Anarchy' fans are likely feeling on edge after last night's 90-minute thriller "To Thine Own Self," which wrapped up quite a few lingering SAMCRO threads and seemingly moved a number of the Sons out of real danger. But with two episodes left in the season, will it all come crashing down? What will Jax do with Damon Pope, now that he's promised to deliver Tig to the gangster? Does Jax have a plan, or has he become every bit as rutheless as Clay? Check out the latest clip from Tuesday's "Darthy" to find out!