According to the Digital Times on Feb. 26, Kurt Sutter has started to reveal some clues as to what fans can expect from "Sons of Anarchy" Season 6. Some of the interesting tidbits include Tara's stay in prison.
Of course, "Sons of Anarchy" Season 5 ended with Gemma setting up both Clay and Tara. It ended with Clay heading off to what looks like will be his death while Tara went to prison, losing her children in the process. It was a tough end, since both characters seemed to be looking for their way out of Charming, Tara to a better life, only to find that there is no escape.
When asked about Tara's stint in jail next season, Kurt Sutter teased she might end up in a "girl-on-girl-on-sort-of-girl lovefest." Whether or not he was kidding, which is entirely possible, won't be revealed until next season, but knowing "Sons of Anarchy," anything is possible.
Sutter also said there would be some great cameos in "Sons of Anarchy" Season 6, and hinted that he would love to see Susan Sarandon and maybe Jack Nicholson appear on his show.
In other answers to a Twitter fan experience, Sutter said that Jax was his favorite character, fans should expect more of their favorite characters to die and a new deal with Jimmy Smits is still in the works. In a separate video chart Sutter spilled even more "Sons of Anarchy" Season 6 spoilers and what he looked forward to most about the upcoming season.
"The great thing about season 5 for me was that we always had Jax in the middle when he was VP. You had Clay calling the shots, and the world responding to Clay's command. Jax was in a very reactive position when it came to his response," Sutter said. "Now [Jax] is the one that is proactively calling the shows for the entire club. "
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