Could it be? Could our favorites (well, those who survived anyways) be returning for a ‘Sons of Anarchy’ spinoff? Well, Kurt Sutter isn’t ruling it out.
We told you a Sons of Anarchy spinoff based on the Mayans was in the works, but we had no idea what the plans actually were. Until now. In a new interview, Kurt Sutter shed light on the spinoff, as well as his hopes for a prequel to introduce John Teller and Pine Winston, starting in Vietnam.
The finale of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ doesn’t air until Dec. 9, but some received a new book that was accidentally sent out early — and it revealed how the series would end.
Following the deadly penultimate episode of Sons of Anarchy, fans were left on the edge of their seats to see how Kurt Sutter‘s season would wrap and where Jax (Charlie Hunnam) would end up. However, Kurt was forced to issue an apology letter after the book was sent out to many early!
‘Sons’ showrunner Kurt Sutter has always been as wild and unpredictable as the show itself, and he loves to interact with fans of the motorcycle opera for intimate Q&A’s. Find out what he had to say about Clay’s death, Jax and Tara’s relationship and even the death of ‘Family Guy”s Brian below.
Sons of Anarchy fans were shocked when Clay (Ron Perlman) was shot and killed by Jax (Charlie Hunnam) during the show’s Nov. 19 episode, and SoA boss Kurt Sutter took to Twitter for a long Q&A regarding that decision and the show’s future on Nov. 27.
Creator Kurt Sutter says he’s ‘had discussions’ with FX about continuing the ‘Sons’ saga beyond season seven.
Charlie Hunnam may have said “no” to the Fifty Shades of Grey movie, but could he be saying “yes” to a Sons of Anarchy spin-off? The internet is abuzz with multiple reports that creator Kurt Sutter intends to continue his gritty FX series beyond its current run — the show, now in its sixth season, is scheduled to end after its seventh — and Kurt has actually been pretty vocal about his thoughts recently.
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you don’t want to know what happened on the ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season premiere!
Sons of Anarchy is famous for pushing the envelope — if that envelope even exists anymore — with jaw-dropping twists that manage to stun die-hard fans, while also getting a rise out of casual channel surfers. And although the sixth season premiere featured plenty of surprises for long-time viewers, its most controversial scene will likely strike a chord with those casual channel surfers I mentioned.
The actor’s body was discovered Sept. 26 and no cause of death has been released.
Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter has said he’d work with Johnny Lewis again “in a heartbeat” — Johnny’s character, “Half-Sack,” was killed off on the second season finale — but sadly, it doesn’t look like he’ll get that opportunity. TMZ reports that 28-year-old Johnny was found dead Sept. 26 in a driveway in Los Angeles, and authorities suspect he could be connected to the death of a 70-year-old woman inside the house.
‘Sons of Anarchy’ fans were furious when a beloved character was killed Sept. 25, but Kurt promises the big death serves a much larger purpose.
If you still haven’t recovered from last night’s shocking Sons of Anarchy death, you’re not alone. Fans have been tweeting their anger, confusion and sadness to creator Kurt Sutter all day — but during a conference call with reporters Sept. 26, the showrunner justified his “gut-wrenching” decision: “It’s not a death that will happen in vain.”
Warning: Stop reading if you don’t want to know who was killed on ‘Sons of Anarchy.’
Wondering why Kurt Sutter was trending on Twitter last night? It might have something to do with the fact that the Sons of Anarchy creator decided to suddenly kill off one of the show’s most beloved characters — and fans were not happy about it. So which biker bit the bullet on the Sept. 25 episode? Drumroll please…