"Sons of Anarchy" season 6 begins in just over a week and fans are more than ready to finally see the next installment. Actor LaMonica Garrett, who plays the role of Deputy Sheriff Cane, feels fortunate to be on such a great series. He credits the show's creator, Kurt Sutter, for being so meticulous in how he handles story lines.
In an Aug. 30 report, Garrett was quoted as saying most series are long and the pace for the show won't pick up until later in the season. As viewers noticed in the "Sons of Anarchy" season 6 spoilers released in video clips, the premiere episode will air at lightning speed. An array of violence, shootings, and confrontations were quickly run across the screen.
Garrett said this about how "Sons" launches season 6:
"The way it ended with Tara and Clay going to jail, there's so much that could happen. There's so much unknown going into next season. Another thing with Sons is, you know, most shows start out slow. A season is long, a marathon. You start out pacing yourself, start out slow, speed up and run to the finish line for the last episode. Sons always starts out in a sprint!"
Tara and Clay being in jail will make for high voltage prison scenes. Let's not forget the drama all of this will bring for Tara and Jax. Jax being head of SAMCRO will be quite the undertaking that impacts everyone. So much going will happen in season 6, it's no wonder the show "starts out in a sprint!"
"Sons of Anarchy" season 6 premieres Sept. 10 on FX at 10 p.m., ET/PT.