"Sons of Anarchy" EP teases: Almost everyone will die on the final season; How will Jax deal with Tara's death and finding out his mother is behind it?
"Sons of Anarchy" viewers will have to prepare themselves for many deaths in the seventh season as executive producer Paris Barclay describes it to be a roller coaster ride. In a report by Enstarz, according to Barclay, season 7 will have "more plot, more story and more characters". He also continued to say that it is almost equivalent to "getting two seasons in one".
Barclay also dished on the upcoming episodes, saying that "each episode is becoming harder to produce due to the ramping up of action and drama". Enstarz also reports Barclay dropping the bomb that in almost every episode, there will be someone dying.
Also according to Enstarz, the plot of the final season will focus on Jax, played by Charlie Hunnam, getting revenge after Tara's death. Tara was played by Maggie Siff in the sixth season. An article by IB Times confirms season 7 will pick up ten days after Tara's death with Jax' own mother as mastermind. IB Times also quoted Hunnam saying that his character will be in a "schizophrenic state".
Hunnam spoke at the San Diego Comic Con to say that Jax is "obviously very sad and very vulnerable and kind of broken, but there's a huge amount of vengeance and anger in his heart," continues the IB Times article. Also according to Hunnam, "He knows what he wants to do, and that's where all of his energy is going to go."
As for Gemma, Katey Sagal says that the character she is portraying is "duplicitous", but that "at the end of the day what Gemma wants is her family and she will do anything to keep them no matter what the cost," reports IB Times. The article also continues to say that Hunnam's character will "become the Grim Reaper" as he tries to find out who was behind his wife's death. IB Times shares a bit of what's in store for the seventh season with the first episode showing Hunnam in prison torturing an inmate.
Titles of the first six episodes have also been released via FX's official list as follows: "Black Widower", "Toil and Till", "Playing with Monsters", "Poor Little Lambs", "Some Strange Eruption", and "Smoke 'em if You Got 'em". According to Carter Matt, creator Kurt Stutter confirmed via Twitter that Inbar Lavi, who is known for the shows "Gang Related", "CSI", and "Charlie's Angels" remake, will also be joining the cast for a mystery part.
"Sons of Anarchy" will be coming back on September 9, Tuesday.