Sons of Anarchy Season 6 Teaser: Get Ready for a Brawl

Fists are flying in the first teaser for Sons of Anarchy season six. FX has debuted the first promo for their biker drama and rather than feature any new footage, it features a brutal, knockdown fight between– well, everyone. The series has always been known for its tumultuous relationships between the “family” of bikers, but this is a new level of (awesome) craziness even for them. If nothing else, the no-holds-barred teaser signals we’re in for even more violence than ever before. Check out the epic teaser below. Does it have your blood pumping for season six? READ MORE...

First Promo of 'Sons of Anarchy' Season 6 Teases Internal Fights

Set to Nine Inch Nails' song, the dramatic promo video hints at a tense situation among the SAMCRO family. Read More...

‘Sons of Anarchy’ Casts CCH Pounder In Guest Role

The Shield’s CCH Pounder, who fans know well as Detective Claudette Wyms, has booked a multi-episode arc on Sons of Anarchy. She is set to take on the character Tyne Patterson, who is described as a San Joaquin County District Attorney. Pounder’s alter ego will end up on the wrong side of the Sons of Anarchy’s violent bikers. According to Entertainment Weekly, Pounder will show up in the new season’s second episode that is scheduled to air this coming fall on FX. The actress is the seventh cast member from ‘The Shield’ to guest star on the series. She joins the ranks of her former co-stars Jay Karnes, Walton Goggins, Jay Karnes, Benito Martinez, David Rees Snell, and Kenny Johnson, who have all turned up in the drama over the course of the last couple of seasons. Pounder’s guest stint will reunite her with Sons’ creator Kurt Sutter, who is also from ‘The Shield’. READ MORE...

'Sons of Anarchy' adds CCH Pounder to Season 6 cast

Another veteran of "The Shield" is making her way to "Sons of Anarchy."CCH Pounder, who earned an Emmy nomination for playing Detective Claudette Wyms on the former FX drama, will have a recurring part on Season 6 of "SOA," EW reports. She'll first show up in the season's second episode.The casting reunites Pounder with "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter, who was a writer and producer on "The Shield." Much of the regular cast of that show, including Walton Goggins, Jay Karnes, Benito Martinez, Kenny Johnson and David Rees Snell, has since appeared on "Sons."On "Sons of Anarchy," Pounder will play a prosecutor who crosses paths with SAMCRO.Pounder currently has a recurring part on "Warehouse 13" and co-stars in the movie "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," which is due in theaters in August."Sons of Anarchy" begins its sixth season on FX in the fall....

'Sons of Anarchy': Donal Logue officially returning for Season 6

The way Season 5 of "Sons of Anarchy" ended, it seemed all but certain that Donal Logue would be back for the FX show's sixth season. It's now official.FX confirms to Zap2it that Logue will be back as former U.S. Marshal Lee Toric, who has it out for SAMCRO after Otto ("Sons" creator Kurt Sutter) stabbed his sister, a prison nurse, to death. Sutter said after the Season 5 finale that the show made a deal with Logue to appear in at least 10 episodes. He was in three episodes in Season 5, leaving at least seven more for the coming season.It will be a busy year for Logue. He appears in the History Channel series "Vikings," which premieres Sunday (March 3), and will be a regular on Season 2 of BBC America's "Copper." The latter is filming now and therefore won't conflict with the "Sons of Anarchy" schedule."Sons of Anarchy" will kick off its...

'Sons of Anarchy' Interview: Executive Producer Kurt Sutter on Jax's Success and Failure in Season 5

Are you in mourning over the end of Sons of Anarchy  for the year? I know I'm already missing SAMCRO and anticipating what's going to happen now that Tara and Clay have both been arrested. Will either of them get out of it? Or, perhaps a better questions regarding Clay: Will he even make it to his arraignment before he is killed? After last week's season 5 finale, Creator and Executive Producer Kurt Sutter spoke with reporters about Jax's journey and provided some insight into some guest stars that may show up again in season 6.

Sons of Anarchy Season 6: Who's Coming Back?

The day after Sons of Anarchy Season 5 came to a shocking end, creator Kurt Sutter jumped on the phone with reporters and spilled some nuggets regarding Season 6. To wit:

'Sons of Anarchy' creator Kurt Sutter discusses the Season 5 finale, Jax's dilemma and Otto's tongue

Season 5 of "Sons of Anarchy" ended with Jax (Charlie Hunnam) stuck between two realities: On one hand, he accomplished nearly everything he had set out to do since becoming president of the MC. On the other, his personal life is, as creator Kurt Sutter puts it, "in shambles.""I really wanted to get to a place where Jax perhaps realizes he's better at being an outlaw than he is at being a husband and a father," Sutter said Wednesday (Dec. 5) on a post-season call with reporters. "... The intent was to have him have this very successful, although bloody an tumultuous and tragic or painful, run as president of the club, but ultimately to have that stuff come out almost flawlessly. The execution of Pope [Harold Perrineau], the way he maneuvered that, he pulled that off like a spec ops soldier. All that stuff went flawlessly and was incredibly smart. While all that was...

'Sons of Anarchy': 10 Most Brutal Deaths of Season 5

Sons of Anarchy didn't hold back this season from showing the brutal side of the SAMCRO life. Clay's lie about his attack last season to Tig triggered a string of killings, as did the former president's quest to regain his seat. Here are the worst of the worst deaths from Sons of Anarchy season 5.

'Sons of Anarchy's' Maggie Siff on 'Horrifying,' 'Tragic' End to Season 5

The actress talks to THR about the shocking season finale, and where she thinks Tara and Jax's relationship will go from here.