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SONS OF ANARCHY Season Seven Premiere Recap: “Black Widower”

Sons of Anarchy  has always made bold choices, but nothing could have been more controversial or far-reaching within the world of SAMCRO than its sixth season finale.  It was the culmination of struggles that existed on several different planes on the show: Gemma and Tara, Jax and Clay, and between a motorcycle club in theory versus and an outlaw gang in practice.  The back-and-forth that has taken place over the last six seasons, though, now has a clear resolution.  As the show’s final season begins, it’s also clear that the focus is going to be on endings — and most of them personal.  Hit the jump for why “I am the only thread holding this family together.” Read more... //collider.com/sons-of-anarchy-recap-season-7-premiere/#FvQISAXI8rkwBcjo.99

Sons of Anarchy 7.01 Review: “The Black Widower”

For the last few years,   Sons  of Anarchy   has been television’s great contradiction, a show that can’t decide what story it wants to tell. A family sticking together through tremendous tribulations, or one collapsing underneath that wait? A story about a man trying to change his life, or one about a man doomed to repeat the life of his father?  Hamlet  or a really mindless version of  The Shield ? Since season five,  Sons of Anarchy’ s been an inconsistent ride, defined more by its addiction to the diminishing value of shocking moments and blatant misogyny and accepted racism than its ability to tell an exciting beard-and-exhaust-fume drenched version of  The Iliad , which the initial two seasons of the show (particularly season two) embodied. Perhaps its strongest season was the much-maligned third, where Jax struggles with his identity as a father (just as his father did, as we learn that season), mixing the violent underworld of motorcycle gangs and heir-kidnapping with the lush landscapes of Ireland and Jax learning the limits of his morality (or, as some might view it, the unlimited potential of having no morality at all). Read more... //www.tvovermind.com/reviews/sons-of-anarchy-the-black-widower-review-240036

Sons of Anarchy Review: All In

If you expected things to be any less brutal during this final season of Sons of Anarchy, you were gravely mistaken. The biggest question may be who will survive and what will be left of them if they do.  Jax ended  Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Episode 1  the same way he began it :  covered in another man's blood. Torture and death have become the new normal in his life. Not that he was ever averse to violence, but whatever compassion and humanity that had lived in Jax died along with Tara.  Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2014/09/sons-of-anarchy-review-all-in/

SONS OF ANARCHY: "BLACK WIDOWER" REVIEW

To say the final season of Sons of Anarchy is highly anticipated would be an understatement. The big question is whether Kurt Sutter and company will be able to deliver on such high expectations. If the season premiere is anything to go by, I’d say the answer is a definite Yes. Read More... //www.ign.com/articles/2014/09/10/sons-of-anarchy-black-widower-review

Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Review “Black Widower”

Motorcycles revving, musical montages and disturbing images we’d like to forget in the “previously on” part of the episode can only mean one thing –  Sons of Anarchy  is back!!! The crow flies straight! Of course, the return of the series is bittersweet as this, fellow  Sons of Anarchy  fans, is the final ride. As sad as it will be to watch the show end, I’m excited to see what Kurt Sutter has planned for the Charming residents. Admittedly, I went into the season premiere still carrying a lot of baggage from last season. Season 6 was the first season of  Sons of Anarchy  that I made no effort to re-watch because I was so frustrated with the actions of several characters – looking at you Gemma, Wayne, Wendy and Juice. I was not the only one carrying baggage from last season. Unsurprisingly, we found a lot of characters still burdened by the weight of Tara’s death. Let’s recap/review:  Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2014/09/10/sons-anarchy-season-7-review-black-widower/

'Sons of Anarchy' Season 7 Premiere: 15 Brutal Moments from 'Black Widower'

With Tara's death, Jax held nothing back and went full force to make things right for his club and to get revenge for his wife's murder. Check out 15 brutal moments from the Sons of Anarchy Season 7 premiere, "Black Widower."   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/sons-of-anarchy-season-7-premiere-15-brutal-moments-from-black-widower-3944.aspx

Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Premiere Review: Ugh, Gemma

"Black Widower" had everything an SOA episode needs: blood, action, and a closing montage that made us scream.   Read More... //www.tv.com/shows/sons-of-anarchy/community/post/sons-of-anarchy-season-7-premiere-review-ugh-gemma-141019951750/

Recap: 'Sons of Anarchy' Final Season Premiere - 'Black Widow'

HitFix's Amber Dowling recaps the Tuesday, September 9 final season premiere for FX's "Sons of Anarchy," titled "Black Widow."   Read More... //www.hitfix.com/monkeys-as-critics/recap-sons-of-anarchy-final-season-premiere-black-widow

'Sons of Anarchy' season premiere recap: Black Widower

Gemma fingers a scapegoat forTara's murder, and Jax's elaborate plan for revenge takes hold.   Read More... //tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/sons-of-anarchy-season-7-episode-1/

'Sons of Anarchy' Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jax Works to Restore Balance

In this week's premiere of Sons of Anarchy season 7, Jax does damage control to keep the peace and the club's interests protected. Wendy re-enters the picture. Gemma goes to great lengths to keep her secret. And Patterson continues to investigate Tara's murder. Despite Tara's exhaustive efforts to make sure her boys didn't wind up with their homicidal grandmother, that's exactly where they are less than two weeks after her murder. The kindler, gentler Jax we saw at the end of last season is long gone and life goes on in general for all of SOA 's key players.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/sons-of-anarchy/sons-of-anarchy-season-7-premi-54548.aspx