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FX has greenlit a pilot for The Bastard Executioner, “the story of a warrior knight in King Edward III’s charge” from Sutter and Brian Grazer, according to our sister site Deadline.
The titular character, having retired from fighting due to psychological burnout and turmoil, must pick his sword back »
- Michael Slezak
[Warning: Spoilers ahead from Tuesday's season-six finale, "A Mother's Work."] The shocking season-six finale of Sons of Anarchy brought to a close one of the most important relationships on the hit FX drama. At the end of the episode, Tara (Maggie Siff) was brutally killed by Gemma (Katey Sagal), who thought that Tara had betrayed her son, Jax (Charlie Hunnam), by ratting on him in exchange for immunity and a place in WitSec. Photos: 'Sons of Anarchy's' 11 Most Dramatic Deaths But the whole thing was a misunderstanding -- Tara had not betrayed him at all. Rather, Jax
- Rebecca Ford
Paschal English got some company last week when Katie Collins became the second Survivor contestant ever to be ousted from the tribe after a colored-rock pulling tiebreaker. Her exit from Survivor: Blood vs. Water followed last night when she was beaten out by her own mother at Redemption Island. Katie called into Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM, channel 105) this morning to chat all about her time on the island, including her decision to chance it with the rocks, whether any part of her did not want to give her mother the okay to beat her, and why she is a bit »
- Dalton Ross
It looks like the shocking storylines are going to continue this season on FX's Sons of Anarchy. Will the great ratings continue as well? We'll have to wait and see.
Sons of Anarchy follows the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, particularly the Teller-Morrow family. This season, the cast includes Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Katey Sagal, Mark Boone Junior, Dayton Callie, Kim Coates. Tommy Flanagan, Theo Rossi, Maggie Siff, and Jimmy Smits.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually on Wednesdays.
Update: FX Has announced the show will return for a seventh and final season in Fall 2014.
Final season averages: 2.5 rating in the »
To say that ‘Sons of Anarchy’ fans were in for a huge surprise during the Dec. 10 season finale would be an understatement. The motorcycle opera killed off a main character in the most brutal fashion imaginable, leaving all of us wanting answers. The show’s creator Kurt Sutter gives some of those answers below, so don’t read ahead if you don’t want to know who died!
It’s pretty safe to say that Sons of Anarchy fans will never forget the horrific, emotionally draining murder that topped off this trigger-happy season, and same goes for the two actors who played out the bloody death onscreen. Find out what one of the actors, as well as the show’s creator Kurt Sutter, had to say about the death (and its repercussions) below!
Gemma Kills Tara: Why It Had To Happen
Though many fans would would say that they had »
- HL Intern
Sons of Anarchy showrunner Kurt Sutter continued his shock and awe campaign Tuesday night with an unpredictable and devastating season six finale. Spoiler alert -- definitely don't read on if you haven't watched the episode!
The finale took fans on a heartbreaking series of twists and turns that saw Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and Tara's (Maggie Siff) soulful reconciliation after being at odds all season, followed up immediately by Tara's death by meat fork at the hands of her out-of-control and misinformed mother-in-law Gemma (Katey Sagal). Jax, who was prepared to sacrifice all for the safety of his wife and sons and the protection of his club, instead found himself cradling his dead wife in a pool of blood, next to the dead body of a police officer as the district attorney walked in.
The general fan reaction to the episode was a resounding Wtf with fans on Twitter claiming Ptsd and demanding therapy to deal with it »
Spoiler warning: If you haven't seen the Season 6 finale of "Sons of Anarchy," the following contains major spoilers to the episode.
Of all the murder and mayhem that has plagued "Sons of Anarchy," the Season 6 finale death of Tara (Maggie Siff) is the one that seems to have shaken up the world and viewers the most. Tara had a long journey on the show, always putting her children first, even ahead of her love for Jax (Charlie Hunnam). In the end though, she was just another victim of the club's violent lifestyle, dying at the misinformed hands of her own mother-in-law, Gemma (Katey Sagal).
Immediately after watching the finale, Siff, Sagal and creator Kurt Sutter spoke with members of the press about the ramifications of Gemma's actions and saying goodbye to Tara.
With only one season left of "Sons of Anarchy," Sutter says the death will leave Jax in unknown territory. »
Spoiler Alert! The following article contains major spoilers about last night's episode of Sons of Anarchy. Away with you if you don't want to know what happened! "Obviously, it's a major shift in mythology." Understatement of the TV season much, Kurt Sutter?! Sons of Anarchy's season six finale delivered one of the small screen's most shocking deaths in recent history (just weeks after committing another one!), killing off Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) wife Tara (Maggie Siff, who has been with the show since it began) in particularly brutal fashion: she was killed by mother-in-law Gemma (Katey Sagal) with a meat carving knife. At a finale screening event in Los Angeles, »
Apologies to the legions of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ fans who thought that things couldn’t possibly get worse after they offed Opie… or Clay… or [insert dead character here], because the show delivered its most heartbreaking blow yet during the Season 6 finale on Dec. 10 — effectively ruining all hope for a happy ending. Don’t read on if you don’t want to know who died on ‘Sons of Anarchy!’
Kurt Sutter‘s motorcycle opera Sons of Anarchy has always been dark, to say the least. But the Season 6 finale effectively ruined all hope of future happiness for Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Gemma (Katey Sagal), and anyone else who may or may not have survived “A Mother’s Work.” Read on to hear all about the devastating death and destruction!
‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Finale: Gemma Kills Tara; All Hope Dies
Sons of Anarchy is and always will be the story of Jax Teller, and Jax Teller »
- HL Intern
The FX drama Sons of Anarchy has just wrapped up a season in which it did countless unspeakable things to the proverbial shark, but on Tuesday night's season finale, the show crossed yet another line when Katey Sagal's Gemma Morrow character said, of Cch Pounder's District Attorney Tyne Patterson, "I'm about to go catfight on a colored girl," and then responded to her greeting with "Kiss my white crack." »
- Tommy Christopher
For more insight into the finale, check out our burning questions with Kurt Sutter, Maggie Siff, and Katey Sagal, as well as our other postmortem interviews with Siff, Theo Rossi, and Rockmond Dunbar.
Entertainment Weekly: When Nero asked Gemma if she’d leave everything behind but him, he already knew the answer?
Jimmy Smits: I think he knew the answer to that. He understands that »
- Mandi Bierly
Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t watched the season finale of Sons of Anarchy, do not read below.
The death toll on FX’s Sons of Anarchy has swelled once again, and while that’s to be expected from a season finale of one of the most deadly shows on TV, the shocking murder of Maggie Siff’s Tara Knowles at the hands of Gemma (Katey Sagal) is one that will change Jax Teller forever.
“Obviously, it’s a major shift in the mythology,” executive producer Kurt Sutter said at an intimate screening event Tuesday evening in Los Angeles. “I knew that, »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Spoilers All things come to an end, even favorite TV series too, which unite fans today like never before thanks to the immediacy of social media. Especially with a show like 'Sons of Anarchy.' We fall in love with certain characters, we find allies who appreciate what we see, and savor the unwind of a good yarn, elevating the showrunner into that all powerful primal storyteller our ancient human ancestors gathered around a fire with, as there was nothing But story and the art of telling it. Only the medium advanced. The importance of the storyteller remains the same. I got to watch the finale tonight inside the set of "Sons" with Kurt Sutter, his wife Katey Sagal and »
- April Neale
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Sons of Anarchy’s season 6 finale (read our full recap), stop reading now. Rockmond Dunbar (Sheriff Eli Roosevelt), who’s now a regular on CBS’ The Mentalist, phoned EW to talk about the episode’s shocking ending — and to gush about his daughter, Berkeley Seon, born Dec. 6. “My wife is making my dreams come true. She gave me a baby girl, 8 lbs., 3 oz., 20.5 inches. She is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen in my entire life. I’m just so happy, I don’t even sleep. All my friends told me, »
- Mandi Bierly
Where do you even begin after the bloody opus that was the "Sons of Anarchy" Season 6 finale, "A Mother's Work"? While there were no end of theories about what would happen as the season came to a close, Tara's (Maggie Siff) death has left a hole in the hearts of viewers everywhere.
It was a horrible end she met, at the hands of her own mother-in-law, just when things were starting to look up for her. Jax (Charlie Hunnam) had agreed to turn himself into the authorities, taking the fall for the school shooting gun. It would keep the club clear of the charge, give Tara immunity for her crimes and keep his kids safe from the life of the club, in the arms of their mother.
The two came to an agreement after the club located the runaway Tara in a park with her sons. Tara surely thought it »
If you have yet to watch Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy season finale, hit the nearest exit. Everyone else, read on…
As far as brutal, emotionally eviscerating onscreen deaths go, Tara’s meat-fork murder at the hands of Gemma in Tuesday’s Sons of Anarchy finale will be tough to top. But as difficult as it was to watch, imagine how grueling it must’ve been for their respective portrayers, Maggie Siff and Katey Sagal, to execute.
Actually, no need to imagine — read on as both actresses recall what it was like to shoot — and watch! — the grisly sequence. Sons »
- Megan Masters
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Sons of Anarchy’s season 6 finale, stop now. (Read our full recap.) Theo Rossi took a break from shopping for his nephew at Toys ‘R Us on Dec. 9 to talk us through Juice’s latest drama (so wrong, yet so right).
Update: For more insight into the finale, read our burning questions post with creator Kurt Sutter, Maggie Siff, and Katey Sagal, as well as our other postmortem interviews with Siff, Rockmond Dunbar, and Jimmy Smits.
Entertainment Weekly: Holy s—.
Theo Rossi: [Laughs] Holy s—, right?
Before we get to the end, let »
- Mandi Bierly
Spoiler Alert: Do not continue reading if you've yet to watch Sons of Anarchy's season six finale, which aired Wednesday, Dec. 10. If you complain about spoilers in the comments, you are the opposite of Batman! Woah. That's all we can manage to say after watching Sons of Anarchy's season six finale on Wednesday night. Well, that and curse you, Kurt Sutter, you evil genius of a showrunner you. The FX gritty drama's two-hour finale hit us with a major punch to our emotional gut in the closing act, as Gemma (Katey Sagal) killed her daughter-in-law Tara (Maggie Siff) in a drunken rage. Yes, you read that right: Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) wife (and the mother of his son »
Sons of Anarchy’s season finale opened with Jax (Charlie Hunnam) sitting in the graveyard where Opie’s tombstone rests, scribbling in a journal he’s keeping for his sons. He wants them to know him, how much he loves them, writing it all down before the fateful day truly begins.
Sons of Anarchy Recap
While Jax continues to explain the bad things he’s done throughout his life and the growing sense of remorse that coincides with the realization that he needs the high-stakes lifestyle to feel alive, the rest of his crew and family were taking care of their own business. Juice (Theo Rossi) helps Tig (Kim Coates) and Chibbs (Tommy Flanagan) remove the recovering Bobby (Mark Boone Jr.) from the cabin. Wendy (Drea de Matteo) is packing up for a stint in rehab. Unser (Dayton Callie) is mourning Clay’s grave at the prison. Gemma (Katey Sagal) is washing dishes. »
According to a report, Jennifer Lawrence isn’t feeling the fact that her boyfriend, Nicholas Hoult, will soon be working with Kristen Stewart. It sounds like J. Law “doesn’t trust” K. Stew, stemming from the Twilight actress’ past cheating scandal. We love both ladies, so we’re hoping the Hunger Games star won’t have to unleash her inner Katniss! [Perez Hilton] At least one television host is a little embarrassed about one of his family’s holiday traditions — who is it? Browse through our video gallery to watch The Gossip Table panelists reveal the star. View Video Gallery Shameless star Emmy Rossum got very boobalicious in a magazine spread for Esquire, with her breasts »
- Rahsheeda Ali
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