“Sons of Anarchy” producer and showrunner Kurt Sutter recently talked about the upcoming and final season of his hit motorcycle gang show and what he’s hoping to do with season 7, which could include a possible guest appearance by “Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul. . According to International Business News on March 7, the creative genius behind the show has high hopes and big plans. Watch out for season 7 spoilers ahead.
Paul who won two Emmys for his portrayal of Jesse Pinkman on “Breaking Bad” was mentioned as someone Sutter thinks would be “fun” to have on season 7 of ‘SoA’. Sutter tweeted the comment, tagging Paul in the tweet but did not get a reply. Paul has expressed his desire to costar on the Breaking Bad” spin-off, “Better Call Saul.” The young actor has 3 movies in the works and may be too bust for the guest appearance.
Sutter stated he is almost done writing the first episode of season 7 which promises to be the most explosive yet. Season 6 ended with the brutal murder of Jax’s wife, Tara at the hands of his mother Gemma, though Jax doesn’t know Gemma did or that SoA gang member Juice helped her cover it up.
Sutter will then move on to writing episode 2, when 1 is finished. There are several things he is trying to do with the final season. He’d like to avoid introducing a new sheriff at this point. While the first sheriff, Wade, is still alive, everyone who has followed since, has died and Sutter worries the storyline is getting old.
He is also casting new female characters. With so many characters dying on the show, new blood is needed. He warns that anything goes this season and even main characters are at risk.
Drea de Matteo who has played Jax’s first wife, Wendy, in a guest role has been upgraded to series regular and she will be involved in taking care of Jax’s sons while he hunts down the person behind Tara’s death and cleans up his club.
Confirmed cast returns include Jimmy Smits as Nero Padilla, Peter Weller as Charles Barosky, Katey Sagal as Gemma and Charlie Hunnam as Jax. CCH Pounder who played Tyne Patterson is questionable as she recently signed for the pilot episode of “NCIS: New Orleans.” She is reportedly going to return to “Sons of Anarchy” for a limited amount of episodes.
"Sons of Anarchy" Season 7 is scheduled to premiere in fall of 2014 on FX.
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