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'Sons of Anarchy' spoilers: Kurt Sutter talks what won't happen in final season

"Sons of Anarchy" will start its seventh and final season later this year and there will be surely a lot of shocking turns as the series reaches its conclusion. According to Enstars on March 4, "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter said that there are a number of things they don't want to do in the final season.

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There was some positives, such as the returning cast members such as CCH Pounder, Peter Weller and Jimmy Smits.

However, Sutter wanted to assure fans that he would bring something different to the final season of "Sons of Anarchy" and that he wasn't going to use an old plot line that he has used throughout the show. There will not be a "new sheriff in town" this season because he has already used it.

While the show won't use the "new sheriff" story, that actually makes a lot of sense. While the reasons are that they have used it before, a new sheriff almost lends its hand to being the power that finally brings SAMCRO down. That would be the most disappointing ending possible for the show.

"Sons of Anarchy" is based loosely on the story of Hamlet and has a lot of Shakespearean motifs running through the show. The entire idea behind the story is that the idealistic son tries to take the straight and narrow path, while circumstances beyond his control keeps dragging him back in. The end of this series has to be tragedy and has to be at the hands of the SAMCRO family itself.

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