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'Sons of Anarchy' season 7 spoilers: More Peter Weller to come

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On Feb. 13 Carter Matt shares that in the upcoming season of "Sons of Anarchy" season seven fans will get to see more Charlie, played by Peter Weller than we did in season six.

Peter Weller plays Charlie, the crooked cop that helps run the escort service ran in Stockton that Jax and Nero are now co-owners of. Not only will we be seeing more of Charlie in front of the screen but also behind it as he will be directing more episodes than he has in the previous season.

Charlie hasn't always been the most upstanding character on the show, but neither has anyone else. He has kept Jax out of trouble a few times in the past, so he could be an asset this season since there is going to be a lot going on legally with Jax and SAMCRO.

In other news, there might be less of DA Peterson as CCH Pounder has signed on for the pilot of "NCIS: New Orleans." Kurt Sutter says that he plans to talk to the director of the show as DA Patterson is an integral part of the seventh season since she was the one that found Jax after Tara's death. She is also the one that is supposed to be prosecuting Jax in his trial.

Are you excited that there will be more Charlie and possibly less of the DA?

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