'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 might still be a ways off, but that hasn't stopped news of returning characters and adversaries from coming out of the woodwork. After learning that season 6 newbies Jimmy Smits and Donal Logue would return, now we've learned that longtime series star Drea de Matteo will return for a number of episodes as well. Season 5 left Wendy in pretty dire straits, so what brings Drea de Matteo back this time? Get the latest 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 scoop inside!
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Late last summer at Comic-Con 2012, 'Glee' series regular Kevin McHale (Artie Abrams) jokingly proposed that he'd like to see 'Sons of Anarchy' star and 'Married With Children' icon Katey Sagal take the role of his oft-mentioned, never seen mother. Who knew wishful thinking was all Ryan Murphy needed to make it happen? The actress/singer, and wife to 'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter will indeed make an appearance this season on 'Glee,' but will she be everything McHale hoped?
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!
It'll be the better part of a month before NBC's 'Revolution' returns, and longer still before FX premieres the sixth season of biker drama 'Sons of Anarchy,' but thankfully 'Revolution' has added just a bit of 'Anarchy' to tide us over. 'Sons of Anarchy' star Ramon Fernandez has landed a potentially recurring role on the NBC drama returning March 25, but will it see the end of his FX character? Find out the latest from 'Revolution' inside!
Just days after FX drama 'Sons of Anarchy' confirmed that late season 5 villain Lee Toric (Donal Logue) would indeed return for the show's sixth season, the Kurt Sutter-fronted biker saga has shored up another major player for season 6. Having appeared repeatedly in the fifth season, Jimmy Smits and his character Neron "Nero" Padilla will indeed return for season 6, but in a surprising capacity. Get the scoop on Nero's return for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 inside!
As tends to be the case with 'Sons of Anarchy' over the first five seasons on FX, fans will remember that a large can of worms was opened around Donal Logue's character of retired U.S. Marshal Lee Toric. Enraged by the death of his sister at Otto (series creator Kurt Sutter)'s hands, Toric swore revenge on those responsible, though the action of season 5 left little time to explore the thread. Now, FX confirms that Donal Logue will return, providing some major menace for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6!
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?
We get the hint! You want more 'Sons of Anarchy' -- as if the message wasn't clear enough after you all voted the series the Best of 2012. In answer to your prayers, we've got one free copy of the 'Sons of Anarchy' soundtrack to give away.
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