People looking for season 6 “Sons of Anarchy” spoilers got some fun, juicy tidbits from the "SOA" Comic-Con panel. TV Line covered the scoop, and now people will be that much more anxious for the Sept. 11 premiere. What can everybody look forward to this fall?
It was revealed that Chibs will be Jax's VP in season 6 of “Sons of Anarchy,” and it sounds like both Tommy Flanagan and Charlie Hunnam like this move. Flanagan teased that Chibs as VP might bring some conscience to the table, and he noted that Chibs tends to have a “blind loyalty toward Jax in a lot of ways.” Hunnam said that the two are like brothers in real life, and “that dynamic's been coming through a lot this season.”
What other “Sons of Anarchy” spoilers were revealed at Comic-Con? Season 6 begins just a few days after where season 5 ended. The core of season 6 will be watching Jax lead SAMCRO as he also tries to be a devoted husband and loving father. Sutter teased that watching what type of father Jax turns into will be “a huge part in the story.”
Clay is no longer in control or able to leverage things as he sits in jail, but Sutter has him on a path to redemption it seems. This will certainly be interesting to watch. Much of season 5 revolved around Jax's grief over Opie's death, but he will be moving on in season 6. It seems Jax will take that loss and use it to inspire him to “turn this club into what John Teller wanted it to be.” Will he be able to make it happen? It won't be an easy path, that's for certain.
What sorts of “Sons of Anarchy” spoilers were there in terms of Tara's future? She will be behind bars for some time in season 6, it seems, and she's got a new hairstyle. Maggie Siff showed off a shorter 'do at Comic-Con, which seems to be getting mixed reviews. She's also no wallflower or doormat behind bars, according to the new “Sons of Anarchy” preview that showed her fighting someone in prison. Beyond that, nobody dished out much of anything juicy it seems regarding Tara.
Kurt Sutter has teased “Sons of Anarchy” spoilers that season 6 will be the most violent yet, which says a lot considering the past five seasons of “SOA.” It all begins Sept. 11 on FX when “Sons of Anarchy” season 6 premieres. Will you be tuning in to check it out?