'Sons of Anarchy' gets 90-minute premiere, plus more FX fall dates

FX is going big with the Season 4 premiere of "Sons of Anarchy." The show will return at 10 p.m. ET Tuesday, Sept. 6, with a 90-minute premiere that has SAMCRO returning to Charming, getting back into business and dealing with a new law-enforcement regime in the town. Jax (Charlie Hunnam) also has to adjust to being both the leader of the club and a new father."Sons of Anarchy" is one of four series FX will have on the air in the fall, along with a special limited engagement for "Archer" before it begins its third full season next year. The other FX premiere dates are:"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," which kicks off its seventh season at 10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15. "Archer" will kick off at 10:30 that night for a three-week tease. New episodes will also air Sept. 22 and 29, but the full season won't begin until early 2012.The newly picked up...

'Good Wife' and 'Sons of Anarchy' Actor Cast in FX's 'Powers'

Titus Welliver is one of the busiest working actors around: He appeared in the final season of 'Lost' as the Man in Black, he has recurred on 'The Good Wife' as State's Attorney Glenn Childs and he played the Irish gun dealer Jimmy O on FX's 'Sons of Anarchy,' in addition to roles on 'Deadwood' and dozens of other hourlong dramas. Now Welliver is returning to the FX fold for the pilot 'Powers,' which is currently shooting in Chicago. 'Powers,' which is based on a Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming comic book, stars Jason Patric and Lucy Punch as detectives who investigate crimes involving people with superhuman abilities. Welliver has been cast as Triphammer in 'Powers,' and if the pilot gets picked up to series, his role will be recurring.

'Sons of Anarchy' Creator Kurt Sutter Rails Against Emmy Nominations

When the 2011 Emmy nominations were announced yesterday there were some surprises and some snubs. And don't say we didn't warn you: One guy who's not taking being snubbed lying down is 'Sons of Anarchy' creator, Kurt Sutter. He's been letting it rip via a series of potty-mouthed posts on Twitter since the nominations were announced. Despite predicting on Wednesday that 'Sons of Anarchy' wouldn't be nominated -- "Tomorrow morning I'll be the fat kid who didn't get picked to play" -- the lack of nods still seems to have annoyed Sutter. He wrote, "Best part of not getting an emmy nod. now i don't have to pretend i give a s**t about the profiteering d*****bag academy ... because you know if we were nominated i'd be all humble and blowing smoke up their asses. now i can stay true to myself and just be a d**k."

David Hasselhoff Is Adult Film Producer in 'Sons of Anarchy'

David Hasselhoff   has landed a "meaty role" on " Sons of Anarchy ". The former " America's Got Talent " judge is cast a well-endowed ex-porn star, Dondo, who is now making money by producing lesbian adult films.   "Dondo was given a major career boost by Luanne (Dendrie Taylor) and gets involved in a little dirty work in her memory,"   TV Guide   reports. Hasselhoff will turn up on the show in October, while the fourth season premiere is slated for September.   Read More...

'Sons of Anarchy': See the first Season 4 teaser

The first full-fledged teaser for Season 4 of "Sons of Anarchy" has pretty much the same effect on us that the poster released last week did.Which is to say, it doesn't really tell us anything about the story for the coming season, but it draws us in nonetheless.It's also maybe the most effective use of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Dani California" we've ever heard. The song is the soundtrack to a series of stylized images featuring Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, Katey Sagal and the rest of the cast. And even though it's light on specifics, the promo seems in keeping with series creator Kurt Sutter's assertion that Season 4 "is all about the club.""Sons of Anarchy" returns to FX in September....

Sons of Anarchy Season 4 Promo: California, Rest in Peace...

Take a dash of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, sprinkle it on top of Clay Morrow and company and what do you have? A fun promo for season four of Sons of Anarchy . Debuting this week on FX, the following trailer doesn't reveal any upcoming scenes, but we dare you to watch and not get excited for September: For a lot more on the upcoming season, including a look at Opie and Lyla's wedding, visit our Sons of Anarchy spoilers section.

A Sons of Anarchy Wedding: First Look!

Sons of Anarchy is only about blood and gore. The show has a lot of heart, too, and it will be on display at the outset of season six. On the season premiere, titled "Out," look for Opie and Lyla to get married, as pictured here: All is not perfect in this union, however, as Winter Ave Zoli (Lyla) tells Entertainment Weekly: ''Last season Lyla had an abortion without telling Opie, soo now it's on her conscience.'' Pick up the latest issue of EW for more on SoA and other shows.

'Sons of Anarchy' Season 4 poster: SAMCRO in black and white

The poster for Season 4 of "Sons of Anarchy" doesn't offer much in the way of hints at upcoming story arcs, but it sure is cool. Take a look:Pretty great, right? The high-contrast, deliberately scratchy look of the poster seems to fit the show perfectly -- even if there's not so much as a premiere date printed anywhere. (The show returns in September, per this very brief teaser.)"SOA" creator Kurt Sutter, however, did share a little bit about Season 4 in a recent blog post. "So far, the new season feels very potent," he writes (some NSFW language if you follow the link). "We're back in Charming, we're out of jail and we're making money. With that upswing, comes all the complications that success and power bring. Season four is all about the club. The personalities, the history, the alliances, the conflicts -- the inside dynamics of an organized outlaw enterprise. Ego, greed, violence and...

'Sons of Anarchy' Debuts Season 4 Teaser

The drama series will return this fall with a story more focused on the inside dynamics of the club.

FX bringing 'Archer,' 'Sons of Anarchy,' 'Philadelphia' to San Diego Comic Con

The cable network FX is planning on making a big splash at Comic-Con this July, featuring four star-heavy panels on returning shows "Archer," "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "Sons of Anarchy" and newcomer "Wilfred."