I’ve been obsessed with a lot of TV shows over the years, but the way I feel about “Sons of Anarchy” puts the rest to shame. Maybe it’s because I watched all six seasons of the show in a month, sometimes as many as 10 episodes a day, so the drama in Charming started to blur with real life and the men of SAMCRO are my boys. I have literally been tap-tap-tapping my feet awaiting the show’s seventh and final season and now, finally, we have a trailer hyping the 90 minute (!!!!!!) premiere on September 9. Basically, Jax Teller has no fucks to give following the tragic happenings in season six, and in season seven, he’s going to war. Cannot. Wait.
Attention all you crow eaters: the seventh and final season of “Sons of Anarchy” begins September 9. If, like us, you cannot wait for the return of Jax Teller and the rest of SAMCRO, we’ve got some info about what to expect from Charming’s hottest band of outlaws, straight from the show’s cast and creator. Here’s what we learned when the boys sat down to discuss “SOA”‘s final season at the recent Television Critics Press Tour. (Check out a brief teaser trailer above!) Keep reading »
Warning: This post contains spoilers about the most recent episodes of “Game of Thrones.”
Uh oh, y’all. I’m worried. After last week’s gruesome conclusion to “Game of Thrones,” in which Oberyn was defeated by Gregor Clegan in the battle to the death that determined Tyrion Lannister’s eventual fate, I’ve started to get really, really concerned that the Imp might not make it out of this season alive. But would George R. R. Martin really kill off such a vital and beloved character? Of course he would! He’s done it time and time again! But if Evil Bitch Queen Cersei gets her wish and has Tyrion executed for the murder of King Joffrey, I will be wrecked. Wrecked!
Listen, as a semi-professional TV watcher, I’ve endured plenty of TV character deaths without shedding a tear, so this isn’t me being melodramatic. Walter White? Saw his death coming and, in fact, hoped for it. Brody on “Homeland”? Whatever, that tiny mouth annoyed me. Andrea on “The Walking Dead”? Did a jig on her fictional grave! But some TV deaths have hit me harder than others. Dear God, “Game Of Thrones,” please don’t make me add Tyrion Lannister to this list…
Hell. Yes. The cast of “Sons of Anarchy” — the show I lost my entire January to thanks to emotionally traumatic binge-watching sessions — has gone back to work filming season seven! Jax Teller (aka Charlie Hunnam) looks sexy as fuck, as per usual, but also a little too chipper for my liking, given what happened at the end of season six. WHY AREN’T YOU CRYING, JAX?! Because I’m still crying! Inside! Anyway, the crow eater in my panties cannot wait to find out how this epic series is going to come to an end — Gemma, forever alone please! — this fall. Check out a couple more pics after the jump. [Photos: Pacific Coast News] Keep reading »
To this day, I think I might be one of the only people on earth who has never seen an episode of “Breaking Bad.” Even though the series has ended, its legend lives on, and I still find myself excluded from any and all Walter White-related water cooler conversation. But once a show has been on the air for a while, it seems like a daunting task to start watching from the beginning, sometimes having to catch up on several seasons, just to be able to understand why everyone keeps saying “bitch” at the end of every sentence. But I learned the hard way: it’s better to be late to the game than to never show up at all. If you’re crippled by FOMO and want to feel like you’re relevant in society, you should be watching at least one of these TV shows with cult followings … even if it means locking yourself inside for the rest of spring. Your street cred will thank you.
Two days ago, I concluded an epic, month-long “Sons of Anarchy” binge-watch extravaganza. I’ve binge-watched a number of TV shows, including “The Wire” and “Breaking Bad,” but plowing through six seasons of “SOA” in 30 days was my most ambitious and emotionally traumatizing binge-watching experience yet. (I’m still reeling from season six’s extremely brutal conclusion. Gemma Teller Morrow is DEAD TO ME for what she did. DEAD.) Naturally, having such a seriously hot star like Charlie Hunnam as the show’s star helps to take the edge off the rabid violence. I mean, the only thing that could take my mind off an especially brutal scene — like when Tig’s daughter was burned alive right in front of him — was the appearance of Jax Teller’s bare ass on screen. Ugh, hottest man ever. “SOA”‘s seventh season isn’t back until fall, so Charlie Hunnam is just kickin’ it in Los Angeles for the time being, which brings me to the point of this post. Charlie was recently photographed about a mile away from where I’m staying here in Hollywood, begging the question, “Is spending the afternoon stalking Charlie Hunnam around Beverly Hills a good idea or the BEST idea?” Please do advise. [Photos: Fame/Flynet]