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Posted 29 December 2011 - 05:19 AM

An early tease for season 5

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Posted 17 January 2012 - 09:57 AM

Sons of Anarchy Season 5: A Journey for Jax
If you're Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter, it's not too early to start thinking about season five. Or, fortunately for us, to start blogging about it.

Having already said that Opie and Wendy will return to the series this fall, Sutter wrote this week that the upcoming season will focus heavily on Jax and his "journey" as President of SAMCRO. The man must decide what he wants his legacy to be.

"This season will be a pivotal one in the arc of the series," Sutter wrote on his blog. "Not that all the seasons haven't been essential in shaping the mythology, but this season will begin to lay track for how the series ends. In a feature film, season 5 would be the end of act two. Where the hero has been faced with the primary conflict and obstacles and is forced to make a decision that either ends well or not-so-well."

Sutter - who also plays Otto on SOA, of course - adds that the season ahead will slow down the action a bit, referring to it as "deliberate." He writes:

"I'm not sure how to expand upon that other to say that the decisions our hero makes will be less impulsive and more permanent. The stakes will be ratcheted up while the pace will be slowed down. Not that we won't have all the pulpy goodness we have every season (we will still blow shit up), it'll just have a different rhythm."

And we'll no doubt eat up every second of it.

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Posted 17 January 2012 - 10:01 AM

SPOILER ALERT: If U aren't caught up on SOA, then read no further!

Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter always has LOTS to say, so it should come as no surprise that he's already opened up about the upcoming season!

Here's what Kurt had to say about SOA season five:

"I’m trying to be smart and give myself a running start for next season. It really benefits the show to hit the ground running."

"I’d love to bring in that character who, in my mind, is sort of a Frank Lucas guy."

"My sense for next season is that it will be a slower boil. This season, everyone was sort of out of breath at the end of every episode, and my sense is that next season that won’t be the case."

And here's Kurt on whether or not Opie/Ryan Hurst will return for season 5:

"It was just too neat and simple for Opie to come back."

"I think it’s all just sort of catching up with Opie and he’s not a guy who processes things quickly. It will take a minute for him to get back to that table, if he does get back and that’s something we get to play off next season."

And here's Kurt on his decision NOT to kill Hamlet at the end of season four:

"I’m all about surprising, and I have no problems killing off main characters but I also have to in some ways protect the show. For me, I think whacking somebody sometimes is just too easy."


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Posted 05 April 2012 - 03:23 PM

Bobby Simone is moving to the wrong side of the law. NYPD Blue alum Jimmy Smits is joining the upcoming fifth season of FX’s flagship drama Sons Of Anarchy for a major, season-long arc. On the dark biker soap, Smits will play Neron “Nero” Padilla, a Latino gangbanger with an exit strategy who becomes a dangerous mentor for Jax (Charlie Hunnam).

Smits has played bad guys before, most notably the scheming ADA Miguel Prado in another season-long arc on a gritty cable drama, Showtime’s Dexter, but this marks a rare departure from Smits’ trademark shirt-and-suit look associated with most of his characters. Nero is envisioned as being heavily tattooed and definitely won’t be wearing a suit. He also is expected to be as dark and possibly even darker than Prado, a role that earned Smits an Emmy nomination. In addition to NYPD Blue and Dexter, Smits’ series credits also include LA Law, for which he won an Emmy, The West Wing and Outlaw. He is with Brillstein Entertainment, UTA and attorney Tom Hoberman. SOA has been renewed for a fifth and sixth season, with a seventh cycle considered a given after series creator Kurt Sutter was recently signed to a three-year deal.

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 03:26 PM

Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter and a handful of cast members hit the stage at PaleyFest 2012 on Wednesday to preview the show’s upcoming fifth season.
For starters, Sutter revealed that the premiere will begin “about a month” after the shocking events of fourth season finale, adding that the time lapse will give Tara time to process what her choice to stand by Jax means. “Tara’s clearly in [the club now],” he noted, “and [Season 5] really will be her trying to figure out, ‘Who am I in this world? Can I still be Dr. Tara Knowles and be this Queen?’”
Jax, too, will be dealing with personal conflict in the coming season. “I’ve always wanted to play this idea… of putting Jax at the head of the table, and the ripples of that and where people land,” the EP shared. “For me, the interesting dynamic to play next season is the struggle that Jax has of being King — how can you be the leader of an organized crime syndicate and not become Clay? And if you choose not to become Clay, are you forced to become [Jax's late father] John Teller?”
As for the overarching story in Season 5, Sutter’s basic outline includes playing the fallout of “Tig’s clusterf— with accidentally killing [Damon Pope]‘s daughter. So, that will be some of the adrenaline that gets the season started.”
Other topics covered during the panel:
• Sutter stood by his decision to not have Opie join Jax at the table in the finale. “I felt that it wasn’t true to [Opie's] character to have him come in the room and sit at that table,” he said. “He’s a soulful, deep-thinking kind of guy. For him to get all of that information from Jax, it didn’t make sense that he would be able to rectify that within a couple hours and sit at that table. This season we’ll get to see how [their] relationship has changed and [whether or not Opie] can come back from that.”
• “There’s always been an attraction” between Tig and Gemma, acknowledged Sutter, “[But] I don’t know where that’s going to go.”
• Sorry, Otto lovers. Sutter said it’s unlikely we’ll see much of his nearly-blind alter ego next season.
• Sutter, a former Shield exec producer, said that while he is still close with Michael Chiklis, he doesn’t really see a world in which he could appear on Sons. “I just feel like Michael’s character was so iconic on [The Shield], it would be really difficult to bring him on [Sons of Anarchy] and not have him overshadow as Vic Mackey… I love Michael, but that would be a tough one.”

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 03:36 PM

Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter is in the process of penning the first script of season 5. But that doesn’t mean he came to Wednesday night’s PaleyFest panel without the best of his shareable scoop on what’s in store for SAMCRO in a season that finds them under the leadership of Jax. And when he and the rest of the cast (including wife/star Katey Sagal, Theo Rossi, Tommy Flanagan, and Dayton Callie) couldn’t say anything quite yet, they opted to fill the air with F-bombs and hilarious anecdotes (like one about Ron Pearlman’s lack of motorcycle skills).
Here’s a recap of what we heard about the new season, which kicks off in fall:
Jax’s struggle
The season picks up around three weeks after the events in the finale, Sutter told EW on the red carpet, and finds Jax still sitting at the head of the table. The season will explore “the ripple effect that has on the guys — their loyalties and where people land [on the issue],” said Sutter. “For me, the dynamic that’s fun to play out this season is the struggle of being king. Can you be the leader of an organized crime syndicate and not become Clay? And if you’re not like Clay, will you be forced to suffer the same fate as John Teller?…For Jax, it’s the struggle between those two father figures and what he may and may not become.”
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Tara, interrupted
In past seasons, Tara has struggled with whether or not she’s wanted to be part of the SAMCRO world, but this season leaves little doubt, Sutter said. “She’s clearly in. But she’s now figuring out, ‘Who am I in this world?’ Can I still be Dr. Tara Knowles and be the supportive queen I need to be?”
David Pope will debut
As Sutter told EW after the finale, his season will introduce David Pope, the man whose daughter was killed by Tig (Kim Coats). He has not been cast yet.
Opie will continue to struggle
Poor Opie. A failing second marriage, a dead dad, and a club in shambles. What’s a guy to do? Well, season 5 will find Ryan Hurst’s Opie still trying to wrap his head around what’s going on in his life and whether or not there’s repair to be had. “We’ll really get to play that out with Opie and Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and see how that relationship has changed and if you can come back from that.”
No Gemma/Tig action… probably
While the world was crumbling in Charming, it didn’t escape fans that Gemma and Tig became especially close. (Though there had been hints of chemistry before.) Sutter, however, remains unconvinced it will lead to much more. “I don’t think Tig and Gemma have ever hooked up. There’s always been an attraction,” Sutter said. “Tig has been the third wheel in that relationship for years. I don’t know where that’s going to go.”
More Shield vets on the way?
A number of actors who once appeared on The Shield, which Sutter executive-produced, have made their way onto Sons, but don’t hold your breath for an appearance from Michael Chiklis. “I think it would be really difficult to bring Michael onto the show and not have that character be overshadowed by Vic Mackey. I’m still thinking of ways to do that because I love Michael, but that would be a tough one,” he admits.
Scoops aside, Sutter also shined light on his efforts to produce a prequel to Sons that would explore the story of the first nine members. He’s expressed his desires to produce the show to FX, he said, but it remains on the sidelines for now. “It’s definitely out there,” he said. “I see it as a really different show … I see it more as a political and social [and] historical show, in terms of [incorporating the story with] everything that was going on in the ’60s — like Vietnam.”
Memorable moment:
Katey Sagal: Truly, all of us look forward to each new script.
Dayton Callie (who plays Unser): Yeah, ‘Am I f—ing alive?!’
[Crowd laughs]
Sutter: Spoken like a man with cancer.
[Crowd roars with laughter]
Callie: He’s been holding that over my head for four years!

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 03:39 PM

Back in '08, a new dramatic series called "Sons of Anarchy" could have gone nowhere fast: in the fickle microcosm of basic cable television, it's a minor miracle the show passed muster and didn't fade into oblivion. Instead, it's been a surprise hit for the network: "Sons of Anarchy" is FX's highest-rated drama, and the show has helped boost their 4th quarter profits last year by 20 percent, to $882 million.
But more impressive than raw viewership numbers is the fact that the audience's biggest constituents are male 38 year-olds, essentially an advertiser's wet dream-- "even if the shows mostly revolve around unsavory story lines and characters not tailor-made to sell soap."

And therein lies the question: the outlaw biker show has been dubbed by the New York Times "A Rough and Bawdy Ad Magnet," and their piece on the network's recent success makes you wonder who, exactly, is watching, and what effect it will have on motorcycling at large?

Consider, if you will, this thought... but even if the show challenges the whole stereotypical Harley thing in a negative way, I think it's rarely a bad thing to see bikes on the small screen.

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:48 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:50 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:52 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:54 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:56 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:57 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 04:57 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 05:03 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 05:05 PM

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Posted 05 April 2012 - 05:08 PM

WOW thanks for all the info Ang, greatly app.

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