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‘Sons of Anarchy’: Jax Teller Cries & Fights For Survival — Watch

Wed, September 10, 2014 9:40am EDT by Elizabeth Wagmeister 1 Comment

After a gruesome Season 6 finale, ‘Sons of Anarchy’ returned with a vengeance on Tuesday, Sept. 9. Click to WATCH a preview for the upcoming second episode of Season 7!

Sons of Anarchy is on its way out, but that doesn’t mean that the final season won’t be the most twisted to date. Jax (Charlie Hunnam) is out for blood, after the horrendous murder of his wife, Tara (Maggie Siff), the new footage for the next upcoming episode shows that there’s no stopping him anytime soon. “It’s just survival, man.”

‘Sons on Anarchy’: Jax Seeks Revenge In Season 7, Episode 2

“Toil and Till” premieres Tuesday, Sept. 16 (10/9c, FX), and the new promo shows a very vulnerable and emotional Jax.

“The level of payback you’re talking about pulls the club in a very different direction,” he’s told in the trailer (watch above).

We can only even begin to imagine the payback that he’s seeking. “It’s just survival, man,” Jax utters before we see him with a tear shedding down his face.

“The way you stay alive is that people don’t know you’re here,” says Gemma. For her sake, she better hope Jax doesn’t know anything.

Knives, guns and a body bag round up the sneak peek into episode two.

‘Sons of Anarchy’ Executive Producer: ‘We Have Really Killed Everyone That We Can Kill’

Executive producer Paris Barclay told HollywoodLife.com exclusively why the show had to end.

“I am totally bummed but at the same time I don’t think it should go on any longer,” Paris told us at the Sons premiere in Los Angeles on September 6. “I think we should do the right thing for a television series and go out on a high, and it is not that we want to leave people left behind, but the story is just about to end.”

While we do agree that the show should go out on a high, we wish it didn’t have to end so soon. And one thing we don’t agree with — people aren’t going to die. Paris admitted, “We have really killed everyone that we can kill! I mean c’mon! We will have to start killing the children, if we stayed on the air, and we don’t really want to go there do we? No! But seriously the things that have unraveled with the story it really feels right to do it now!”

We don’t believe him for one second! No more deaths on SOA? Yeah, right.

HollywoodLifers, what do you think about the start of Season 7, Sons of Anarchy fans? Let us know!

— Elizabeth Wagmeister

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