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Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
The penultimate season of Sons of Anarchy has exploded onto television in bombastic fashion, featuring a shocking scene derived from the Sandy Hook’s massacre that is sure to split opinions around the world, torture porn (the literal kind), more characters addicted to heroin, and some shots of Charlie Hunnan’s ass to tide women over until 50 Shades of Gray hits theaters. Accounting for all of this and more though, series show runner Kurt Sutter has painted a poetic picture of themes that symbolize all hope, trust, and friendship are gone; something that you can bet will pave the way to a Season full of more betrayal than ever before.
Two weeks have passed since the climactic ending of Season 5 that left Samcro’S Redwood Originals’ friendship in shambles and hanging on by a thread. Jax is lost and still torn between his mother Gemma and »
- Robert Kojder
What a day today has been already!
Dreamworks announced that Cat Blanchett, Kit Harrington and Djimon Hounsou will join the cast of How To Train Your Dragon 2. Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny reunited for the X-Files 20th Anniversary panel The Amazing Spider-man 2 showed a first look at first look of Jamie Foxx as Electro X-men: Days Of Future Past started their Trask marketing campaign by placing a Sentinel Mark 1 Anniversary Display outside of the Hard Rock Hotel. (Click Here to check it out) IGN hosted The Worlds End party, where cast members Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and director Edgar Wright were in attendance. The Sidekick hosted a premiere and panel including Rob Benedict (who wrote and stars), Lizzy Caplan, Ron Livingston, Jordan Peele, Martin Starr and Jason Ritter
- Melissa Howland
You know damned well this season of FX's "Sons of Anarchy" is going to leave a mark, more like a lopped off limb, as the Samcro saga takes the Teller Morrow clan to the edges of the law and back. FX.s hit original drama series returns for its sixth season this September on FX. Season 6 brings white hot Donal Logue back for at least seven episodes as former U.S. Marshall Lee Toric. Logue is cracking good on "Copper" for BBC America too. Toric is cryptic yet fully intent on exacting pain in Charming to those indirectly responsible for his sister's brutal murder at the hands of Otto (showrunner Kurt Sutter) whose depth of suffering on this series has »
- April Neale
New faces, new headaches and a new look at the Samcro table are on tap for Sons of Anarchy Season 6, which this fall will pick up “probably just a matter of days” after the events of the last finale. Speaking with TVLine at FX’s Upfront party on Thursday night, here is what else series creator Kurt Sutter shared about the hit drama’s next cycle.
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- Matt Webb Mitovich
In its fractious fifth season, FX's biker drama Sons of Anarchy introduced us to two new characters, with varying results. The first, Nero Padilla (played by Jimmy Smits) started out as a love interest for Gemma (Katey Segal), but ended up being a better father figure to Jax (Charlie Hunnam) than his (increasingly evil) step-father Clay (Ron Perlman). Nero helped the Mc financially and also emotionally as things began to break apart. As much as he wanted to help lead Jax away from its violence, he ended up caught in its web as well. Last year we also got the beginning of the story of U.S. Marshall Lee Toric (Donal Logue) in the final few episodes, and it seems Logue will also be back in the new season to expand on that part. Hit the jump for more on these characters and what we might see of them coming up. »
- Allison Keene
Earlier this week, it was announced two stars are heading back to FX's Sons of Anarchy next season after turning in two memorable performances and creator Kurt Sutter is working on a new show for the network.
According to Deadline, Jimmy Smits will reprise his role as Neron "Nero" Padilla, a former gangbanger who gets pulled back into the life thanks to his partnership with main character Jax (Charlie Hunnam). In a separate report, Donal Logue will return as former U.S. Marshall Lee Toric.
We will see more of former U.S. Marshall Lee Toric on FX‘s Sons Of Anarchy. Donal Logue, who introduced the character in the last three episodes of Soa‘s fifth season, will be back in Season 6 for a major arc, reprising the character of Toric, forced into retirement because of his history of violence. Logue and Soa creator Kurt Sutter had talked for years about Logue guesting on the show before the timing finally worked, so it makes sense for Sutter to keep the actor around for a little longer. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
America’s Cartoon Network has unveiled the new season line-up for the channel which is home to one of my favourite cartoons, Adventure Time. That show Is coming back for another season, the same of which can’t be said for Green Lantern or Young Justice – those two superhero shows have, at least according to the press release, been replaced by Teen Titans Go! and Beware the Batman. Also detailed in today’s press release is The Yoda Chronicles, which ties into the new Lego Star Wars releases.
Also returning are: Regular Show, Annoying Orange, Mad, The Amazing World of Gumball, The Looney Tunes Show, Ben 10 Omniverse, Dragons: Riders of Berk, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc., Johnny Test, Pokémon Black & White: Adventures in Unova, Beyblade Metal Fury, Almost Naked Animals and Scaredy Squirrel.
From the press release:
Teen Titans Go!: Featuring the return of Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg in all-new, »
8 items from 2013
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