FX’s motorcycle drama Sons of Anarchy concluded its fifth season with the finale “J'ai Obtenu Cette,” another bloody entry into the Sons canon. But this episode was as much about loyalty and priorities as it was about backstabbing and hatred.
The FX motorcycle drama Sons of Anarchy continued with more backstabbing and knife-twisting in the penultimate episode of its fifth season, “Darthy.” In “Darthy,” Clay (Ron Perlman) was voted out of the Sons, which was admittedly a bummer, but not surprising.
The latest episode of FX motorcycle drama Sons of Anarchy, “To Thine Own Self," continued to build like a can of baked beans ready to burst, further setting up what should be an epic — and tragic — finale in which the fate of nearly every character will be up in the air.
"Crucifixed," the most recent episode of the FX motorcycle gang drama, Sons of Anarchy, which is now in its fifth season, was yet another blood-soaked, backstabbing affair on Tuesday night. Kicking off the episode, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) continued to tail Juice (Theo Rossi), having recently learned that he was serving as a mole for police from within the Sons' gang.
The tensions continue to mount in this third season of FX’s motorcycle gang drama, Son’s of Anarchy. The season’s ninth episode, “Andare Pescare,” marked the end of the road for another key character.
The FX network's motorcycle gang drama, Sons of Anarchy, has been markedly brutal and bloody in this season, its fifth, and the latest episode, "Ablation," was no exception. “Ablation” centered around Gemma (Katey Sagal) being in the hospital after landing in a car wreck that injured Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and Tara's (Maggie Siff) son.
Sons of Anarchy is used to shocking viewers, but usually it's with violent deaths and unsavory business deals, and rarely does the FX's SOA come up with laughs — even dark ones — but that's exactly what happened in the fifth episode of the fifth season of Sons of Anarchy, which featured a surprisingly well-kept secret guest appearance by Walton Goggins (Justified), who, as people in the know will recognize, also worked with SOA creator Kurt Sutter on the highly acclaimed The Shield, also on FX, as Detective Shane Vendrell, alias Cletus Van Damme.
After the Sons of Anarchy clan was rocked by the real-life tragedy of former actor Johnny Lewis' (Kip "Half Sack" Epps) death and his alleged murder of elderly Catherine Davis, 81, an event that came on the heels of the show's fictional death of Ryan Hurst's Opie, SOA is eager to get back to reality — or, rather, fiction, focusing on their new big guest stars, Jimmy Smits (NYPD Blue, The West Wing, Dexter), who plays Nero Padilla, and Harold Perrineau (28 Weeks Later, Oz, Lost), who steps into the role of Damon Pope.
FX's Sons of Anarchy carried forth its brutal fifth season with a controversial death in “Laying Pipe," which centered primarily around the four SAMCRO members in prison: Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Chibs (Tommy Flanagan), Tig (Kim Coates) and Opie (Ryan Hurst).
Kurt Sutter's motorcycle gang drama Sons of Anarchy doesn't mess around. In the two weeks since season five began, we've seen Bobby Elvis (Mark Boone Junior) released from custody and nominated for Vice-President, Tig Trager's daughter Dawn (Rachel Miner) burned to death, and Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Chibs (Tommy Flanagan) and Tig (Kim Coates) framed for the murder of two One-Niners by their leader Damon Pope (Harold Perrineau).
We already knew the premiere of the fourth season of FX's Sons of Anarchy, an episode called "Out," would signal the release of SAMCRO from prison, the arrival of a new Charming sheriff and a shorter coif for Jax (Charlie Hunnam).
FX is all set to premere the fourth season of its popular Sons of Anarchy, picking up after the SAMCRO boys have finished their fourteen-month prison stint and emerged with new leases on life, as well as new challenges in the town of Charming.