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Sons of Anarchy Series Finale: Kurt Sutter and Charlie Hunnam Sound Off On That Epic Ending

No matter how you feel about the final moments of the Sons of Anarchy series finale, you can’t deny that the episode will go down in history as one of the most epic, emotional chapters of television in history.

Warning! Major spoilers below…

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SOA on the cover on EW

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The seventh and final season of FX’s highest-rated show finds Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) leading his motorcycle club, SAMCRO, on a mission to avenge the death of his wife Tara (Maggie Siff). What Jax doesn’t know is that his scheming mother, Gemma (Katey Sagal), is the real killer. In a preseason poll on EW.com, 81 percent of readers assumed that Gemma has to die for her crimes—and that was before her cover-up of Tara’s murder by carving fork ignited a street war with a devastating body count. “I kind of agree with them,” Sagal admits. “That seems like a correct assumption. I mean, it’s pretty heinous where she is now. Even though she didn’t mean it.”

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Charlie Hunnam readies for life after ‘Anarchy’

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WTF Sutter S6 Ep 37: An Evening with Sons of Anarchy

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5 Things to Know About Season 6 of ‘Sons of Anarchy’

No. 1: With this being the next-to-last season, Sutter is setting things up for the big finale. Here is what he has planned overall for Season 6:

“I’m so bad with themes,” Sutter says. “I’ll say a theme and then somebody will print it and I will be like, ‘That’s not what this season is about!’ I think we pick up this season kind of where we left off last year… Like four or five days in. I think it really is about Jax’s journey in terms of: Can he lead this club in the right direction? Can he be a good father? Can he be a good husband? Can he do, ultimately, what his father couldn’t do? Can he get him out of guns? Can he get them into legit businesses? Jax is really trying to achieve it all, and is that possible? If so, how does one get there without having a huge body count?”

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An Interview with ‘Sons of Anarchy’ star Maggie Siff

TDQ: So then I guess moving into Tara, what first attracted you to her and her story?

MS: Well, I guess the first thing that attracted me to her initially in Season One was that she was a character who had left this world behind, but then she came back. And she was carrying, the whole first season, this secret, which is that she’s being stalked. And I just was intrigued. I was intrigued by the weight of what she was carrying around and of her historical relationship with these people who she seemed so different from, but sort of scratch the surface and you realize she’s not that different. I thought that was very interesting. I also, when I read the pilot, it felt so different to me than a lot of other television scripts that I had read. It just moved. It sort of had this velocity and this vision in it that was kind of exciting, you know? It got your heart racing. And the characters felt strange and interesting and were people we hadn’t seen before. So, you know, I was really relatively new and lucky in terms of what I encountered when I first entered the world of television. You know, the thing that I say about it is that Mad Men and Sons of Anarchy have absolutely nothing in common except that both in my experience in reading both of those pilots I thought that there was nothing else quite like them.

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Sons of Anarchy Boss: “Controversial” Season 6 Premiere Is the Catalyst for Series’ Final Act

More importantly, Sutter said the potentially polarizing scene in question is a major turning point for the show as it kicks off its penultimate season. “It is truly the catalyst for the third act of our morality play,” he said. “It sets everything in motion for this season that will ultimately lead to the end that then will bring us into the final season and what I see as the ultimate comeuppance of everything in terms of the series.”

 

The weight of that comeuppance will most likely fall mostly on Jax (Charlie Hunnam), who will continue to wrestle with how he feels about leading an outlaw motorcycle club. “The conflict that has fueled the entire series and especially Charlie’s character is the idea of: ‘Can I do what I do and follow this path and still show up and be a caring and loving husband and a good and caring father?'” Sutter says. “Can I have all that and still be the leader of a criminal enterprise? Coming into Season 6, we have to decide whether the answer is yes or no.”

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