Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Spoiler – Trailer

sons-of-anarchyOne of the best television drama series currently on TV is the Sons of Anarchy. Created by Kurt Sutter, the first episode aired in the United States on September 3, 2008 on the cable network, FX. At the conclusion of that series, millions of viewers were hooked. There are 13 episodes per season and while most run 45 minutes, there are some that run just 38 minutes and others 61 minutes. By the 10th of December 2013, there had been a total of 79 episodes of the show aired.

Shot in a small fictional town called Charming, California, the Sons of Anarchy aka SMCRO, involves an outlaw motorcycle club that operates both legal and illegal businesses. Run by Clay, the President, he and other members are heavily involved in questionable activities such as porn films and gun running.

However, Jackson “Jax” Teller played by Charlie Hunnam, the stepson of the club’s Vice President, Teller, begins to question the integrity of the club and the violent way it is run, but also the direction it is headed. “After reading his deceased step-father’s journal, Jax begins to think about changing the way things are currently done. To no surprise, there is resistance by Clay, which turns into major conflict that affects the Sons of Anarchy and even personal relationships.

The Sons of Anarchy was picked up for its seventh and final season, which is set to be aired on September 9, 2014. In all, there six episodes will be aired with the first one directed by Paris Barclay titled “Black Widower”. Following that episode is “Toil and Till”, slotted for September 16, “Playing with Monsters”, airing September 23, “Poor Little Lambs” to be shown on September 30, “Some Strange Eruption” scheduled for October 7, and finally, “Smoke ‘em if You Got ‘em”, slotted for October 14.

Fans of the Sons of Anarchy are sad to see the show end but reruns will continue to air on various channels and each series is and will be available on DVD.

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