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'Sons of Anarchy': What you need to know about season 7

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"Sons of Anarchy" season 7 will not be airing until fall 2014, but Kurt Sutter recently let fans know some important things about the upcoming season. According to a March 6 report by International Business Times, one of the stars of "Breaking Bad" may be coming to Charming and other sources have revealed other facts that viewers need to know about the upcoming season.

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

The season finale went out with a bang and fans were shocked at what happened, but it was an incredible ending. With Tara dead, Jax disposing of the evidence to protect Gemma and Patterson finding Jax holding his dead wife's body along with everything else, there will be a lot to deal with when the show returns.

Jesse Pinkman, a "Breaking Bad" character played by Aaron Paul, may make a possible guest appearance on "SOA." It has not been confirmed yet if Paul will show up in Charming, but Sutter did compare the two shows in an interview with Vulture,

"There's a lot of similarities and thematic things that are just going to feel similar because you're dealing with guys who break the law but still have some sense of conscience and the characteristics of antiheroes."

He also said about "Breaking Bad" and "Sons of Anarchy,"

"I know that there'll be overlap, and I know that there will be similarities to the way my show ends and the way Breaking Bad ends and I'm sure the way Boardwalk ends, but you really can't start thinking in terms of, "Well, I don't want to do it that way," or "How can I be different?" because then you're ultimately putting unnecessary handcuffs on your process."

Sutter also said that he is trying to not bring a new sheriff to town because Jax and the club have enough to deal with. He explained,

"We're trying to avoid the new sheriff in town device because we've kinda used it."

However, Epoch Times did report that even though a new sheriff might not be added, there would be new law enforcement characters.

As far as who will be on the show besides the main cast, Drea de Matteo (Wendy) has been promoted to series regular, Jimmy Smits will be back as Nero, Dayton Callie will continue his role as Unser throughout season 7 and Peter Weller will return as Barosky, who will also direct as least two episodes. CCH Pounder and Kim Dickens will also return, but only in a limited capacity as they have other commitments.

Kurt Sutter has said that season 7 will the last for "Sons of Anarchy."

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