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'Sons of Anarchy' season 7: Jax will be 'untethered and on his own'

Charlie Hunnam plays Jax Teller on "Sons of Anarchy"
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The season finale of "SOA" left Jax with a murdered wife along with everything else he had to deal with. Tara was called "his true North" by creator Kurt Sutter, but with her gone, how will this change Jax? On April 5, International Business Times revealed that "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 will have Jax "untethered and on his own."

Warning: If you do not want to know "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 spoilers or fan speculation, then stop reading.

The season 6 finale was shocking and nobody expected Gemma to murder Tara. What made it even worse is that Juice disposed of the evidence and left both Tara and Roosevelt's bodies in the house for Jax to find when he returned home. So what does "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 have in store for fans?

Sutter hinted that the upcoming season will not have that many deaths and more importance is going to be given to the psyche of the characters. He has also mentioned that Jax will have to be his own moral compass now that Tara is gone. The creator of "SOA" said,

"It really is Jax completely untethered and on his own in the final season."

There is no telling how Jax will react to everything now that Tara is dead, but it certainly won't be good. Once he finds out that his own mother was the one responsible for her death, he might go completely off the deep end.

As for other character deaths, Kurt said,

"It would be difficult if I got rid of characters like Tig and Juice and Chibs, especially with Opie gone. They feel like family to people. You have to be very careful not to be arbitrary in terms of who lives and who dies."

"Sons of Anarchy" season 7 will premiere in fall 2014.