'Sons of Anarchy' Season 6 Spoilers, Rumors, Updates: Violence, Tragedy And More In Store For The Premiere Tonight [VIDEO]
"Sons of Anarchy" has escalated over the past few seasons with more tension and violence, where the previous season ended with the brutal deaths of Tig's daughter and Opie. According to Buddy TV, the season 6 premiere will top last season with even more tragedy.
The premiere starts by picking up a few days after Clay and Tara were arrested, with them in custody. Jax deals with the aftermath of the Pope's execution and his decision to set up Clay for killing, where it does not go without repercussions. Jax and the club fall into deeper trouble when other situations and difficulties come up as well.
Some of these troubles include Jax telling August in a sneak peak (below), "I think Clay would do anything to survive," which is an important moment in deciding Clay's future. Things also get much worse for Otto than they have been, and Lyla returns with a new rivalry. Also, Bobby sets out to find his place within SAMCRO after removing the VP patch, Jax and Tara's troubled relationship leads to secrets from one another, and Lee Toric may be the biggest threat that Jax and the club have ever had.
The premiere ends with a tragedy that nobody saw coming, setting up major changes for the club. According to TV Line, creator Kurt Sutter talks about the first episode, stating, "I've wanted to do that story for about three years. I know obviously that it would be somewhat controversial, but I feel like as much as I wouldn't do something because it was controversial, I'm also not going to do something because it is [controversial]... It's an organic story to our world; thematically it's the right fit."
Sutter also confirmed that the 7th season will be the show's last. "I have an idea of what the final shot is," he teases, "and I hold onto it loosely. If that's what it ends up being, that's what it ends up being. For me, I need that marker to go towards and then I'm led to the right place."
The show airs tonight, Tuesday Sept. 10 at 10 p.m. on FX.