The creator of the powerful drama Sons of Anarchy, Kurt Sutter, has just revealed in a candid Q&A with fans that he is working on a sequel to the show. The story would focus on Jax’s son Abel, and will possibly be titled, Sam Crow.
The story of the ultimate outlaw biker gang has just received a new boost. A full six years after the end of the show, Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter has recently revealed that he is planning on making a sequel.
- What Kurt Sutter revealed in his Q&A with fans
- Will there be more of Jax Teller to watch out for?
Sutter was engaging with fans as part of a Q&A when he made the announcement. The potential Sons of Anarchy sequel, said Sutter, will follow Jax’s son Abel and is likely going to be called Sam Crow.
What Kurt Sutter revealed in his Q&A with fans
Sutter made use of his free time to interact with fans in the form of a Q&A session. He seemed to receive a multitude of questions pertaining to what becomes of Abel after the show ends. After replying first on Facebook, Sutter put this up on his Twitter account.
“I had this revelation between Sons of Anarchy and Mayans [a spin-off], that the SoA mythology would be four shows — Sons of Anarchy, Mayans M.C., First Nine and Sam Crow.”
He then goes on to say, “First Nine would be a limited series. Nine episodes. It would end before we begin to tread on the history we created in Sons. Sam Crow would be the fate of Wendi, Nero, Abel, and Thomas.”
Will there be more of Jax Teller to watch out for?
Whether Charlie Hunnam, who plays Jax Teller on the show, will return to play Jax on the likely sequel is a question on every fan’s mind. The tricky thing is that Jax gives up his life at the close of the show, and a continuation of the story will have to stick to the facts.
But then there are always flashbacks, which can be used to play a part in a TV series with a complex and gripping narrative as in Sons of Anarchy. Or Hunnam could even play his role in the form of dream sequences. However, Hunnam doesn’t seem particularly keen on reprising his role. Let’s hope his view changes on that.
Although the show’s creator hasn’t outright promised this sequel, only confessed it to have been on his mind, fans have got enough meat to speculate ahead about their favourite show.
And when it comes to the industry, if fans are making enough noise about their beloved show it doesn’t take long for a production company to take note. Who knows, Sons of Anarchy might even have more than one sequel to look forward to!
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