“Sons of Anarchy” season six premiere is just days away and a lot more about what to expect this season emerges from the website Clique Clack on Sept. 5. Tuesday night’s premiere of "Sons of Anarchy" will offer up such violence that “for whomever survives “things will never be the same.”
That is a pretty powerful statement about what to expect on the first show of the new season. Within the first five minutes of the premiere, “I wanted to simultaneously vomit and cry,” declares Kona Gallagher, the writer from Clique Clack. Kona also suggests that if you thought you’ve seen just about all there is in the form of violence and heartache to fall down on Charming and its residents, think again.
The premiere starts off with fast action and this carries through season six. There’s one person who seems genuinely happy for the first few episodes of this season and that is Gemma. She has Clay out of the way in prison, as well as Tara, which gives her all the room in the world to infringe on Jax’s and her grandchildren’s lives. She also has all the time in the world to pursue her infatuation with Nero.
While Jax tries to hold the boys from SAMCRO together, you’ve got to remember who he has to work with here. He has Juice, whose guilt about help putting Clay behind bars is getting the best of him. Then there’s Tig, who wasn’t always the sharpest tool in the shed, but since seeing his daughter burned to death, his mind has snapped.
After seeing Tig’s daughter burned to death and Tig a captive audience for the entire torturous death and after seeing Otto bite off his own tongue, you have to wonder what else the writers of “The Sons on Anarchy” have up their sleeves to top the past violence.
Season six opens not long after season five left off for a timeline, but the writers up the ante and “take you to a place so dark and twisted, that the fact it’s on basic cable is shocking,” claims Gallagher. He also promises that Tuesday night’s premiere begins in violence, but ends with violence so “widespread and shocking, that it’s sure to shake Charming to its very core." What Charming once was will be gone in an “instant” and “Charming will never be the same.”
The premiere also has Lyla back, who’s gotten herself into deep trouble and she comes to the SAMCRO boys for help. This leads to “death and destruction.”
Charlie Hunnam, who plays Jax, recently was cast in “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the most anticipated film since the “Twilight” fans waited for the second movie to come out. Since Hunnam is not a well-known actor outside of “Sons of Anarchy,” this may offer a jump in viewership for the “Sons” show. Folks might tune in to see what this young stud has that landed him the part of Christian Grey in the movie and stick around to become fans of the show.
“Sons of Anarchy” is not a show that appeals to everyone, so many just never ventured giving it a chance. Once you see the acting in this series, it is hard not to come back to see where the characters are going in the next episode. Hunnam’s new movie gig might bring “Sons of Anarchy” an influx of viewers.
"Sons of Anarchy" season 6 premiere airs Tuesday night, Sept. 10 at 10 p.m. on FX. For those of you who have Comcast, you can watch last season over again or check out the episodes you may have missed. Comcast Xfinity On-Demand is offering "SOA" episodes." Netflix is offering "Sons of Anarchy" episodes starting with season 1. Watching past episodes is one way to get your motor running and ready for the SAMCRO boys to return to your living room on Tuesday night!