A biker struggles to balance being a father and being involved in an outlaw motorcycle club.A biker struggles to balance being a father and being involved in an outlaw motorcycle club.A biker struggles to balance being a father and being involved in an outlaw motorcycle club.
An amazing show overshadowed by it's bigger name rivals
Son's of Anarchy premiered before its time. Breaking bad was a show that much like Game of Thrones created the interest in tv beyond the cookie cutter crime shows on local networks. Shows like The Sopranos and Dexter paved the road, and Breaking Bad with Game of Thrones traveled it making it famous. Unfortunately during that same time Sons of Anarchy was also trying to make a name for itself. While tales of knights and a science teacher gone rouge were, on paper, more relatable and comforting in therms of a story, Sons of Anarchy creates a relatable feeling deeply rooted inside of audiences that plays on the "what if I was an outlaw" idea instead of the "what if a normal daily life went off the rails" such as Breaking Bad or the comfortable medieval story with and adult spin that Game of Thrones has. Due to this, it was largely overlooked because the world wasn't ready to dive into the darker inner outlaw inside themselves quite yet. However, if it was released exactly the same in today's world of 2020, the woke media would hate it because of the controversial realism the show brings to light of the world in which outlaw bikers live in. It's not for the faint of heart. It's not for everyone. It is also severely underrated.
- Jan 16, 2021
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