Sons of Anarchy

Sons of Anarchy

From the producer of The Shield comes Sons of Anarchy, a drama that follows the lives of members a community watched over by a motorcycle club who strive to protect the town from newcomers and all that may be a threat to it. However, loyalty to the club is tested when lawlessness begins to run rampant.

Episode Info

Prev: 7x13 -- Papa's Goods (Dec/09/2014)

Ghosts loom large as Jax makes the final moves to fulfill his father's legacy.

Charlie HunnamCharlie Hunnam
As Jackson 'Jax' Teller
Charlie HunnamCharlie Hunnam
As Jackson 'Jax' Teller
Ron PerlmanRon Perlman
As Clarence 'Clay' Morrow (Season 1 - 6)
Ron PerlmanRon Perlman
As Clarence 'Clay' Morrow (Season 1 - 6)
Katey SagalKatey Sagal
As Gemma Teller Morrow
Kim CoatesKim Coates
As Alex 'Tig' Trager
Kim CoatesKim Coates
As Alex 'Tig' Trager
Johnny LewisJohnny Lewis
As Kip 'Half-Sack' Epps (Seasons 1 and 2)
Johnny LewisJohnny Lewis
As Kip 'Half-Sack' Epps (Seasons 1 and 2)
Maggie SiffMaggie Siff
As Tara Knowles (Season 1 - 6)



Reviews: 15
Sons of AnarchyRating: 3 likes, 0 dislikes

Sons of Anarchy is taking tv-shows to a new level. we have a lot of tv-shows with crime, revenge, murder, betrayal etc, but this show is intense! I'm writing this review just after seeing the season 1 finale episode, and it was great! they built up the tension, and closed the season with style. the first episodes were good, as they introduced a lot of "slang" and terms used in motorcycle gangs. Read more

Review posted on Monday, December 1st 2008 at 6:07 am


Reviews: 1
Sons of AnarchyRating: 2 likes, 2 dislikes

I have to openly admit, prior to viewing the Pilot showing of "Sons of Anarchy" I was very suspect of if the show was going to be any good. But I can honestly admit, this is the second best pilot I've ever seen, next to "The Shield" Read more

Review posted on Tuesday, September 9th 2008 at 10:51 pm


Reviews: 1
Season 2 achieves a rare state of graceRating: 1 likes, 1 dislikes

Year 1 told us by example that new ground was being broken and tried to impress us with gunfights, murder, arson, gunrunning, and so forth. Year 2 did something different and brought together the threads of the story and characters into a cohesive unity that achieves that rare state of momentary grace that few shows ever realize. Such a consistent please to wait for and watch. Read more

Review posted on Friday, November 13th 2009 at 9:46 am

4 reviews available
6x4: Wolfsangel recap: Wayne Unser wakes up in his trailer grabs a cigarette. He opens the door to leave and masked men punch and drag him out of the trailer. One man pins him and takes out a knife... read more.

5x13: J'ai Obtenu Cette recap: The episode begins and Tara and Gemma contemplate their lives and their respective men in their beds in the morning. Tara with Jax, Gemma with Nero. Jax wakes up to a note from Tara, telling him she took the boys to daycare. Jax rides to Pope's construction site, where he questions whether Pope will remain committed to Charming Heights. He wants a letter of intent locking down the maintenance contracts, subsidized housing and SAMCRO's cut of the deal. August says he's meet with the lawyer and can make it happen today. Pope tells Jax where to bring Tig at 2 p.m... read more.

5x12: Darthy recap: The episode begins and Jax writes to his sons about the idea of being a man meaning taking care of people you love. The Sons convene at the clubhouse. Around the table, Clay says he wanted to be in charge again and Frankie suggested the attacks. Clay mentions Jax working with Pope and Tig takes note. Still, he tells Clay he hurt a lot of people. He goes to the garage to await his fate. The vote has to be unanimous for him to lose his patch. It is. Jax calls for the vote and starts with a "yay". Chibs, Tig, Happy, Phil, Juice all vote yay. Bobby says no. Clay lives. Chibs goes to get Clay but Jax gets in front of him and tackles Clay... read more.

5x11: To Thine Own Self recap: The episode begins and Tara tells Jax about her job offer, if "we can get through this Otto mess". She has to give her answer by the end of the week. He wants to talk to the lawyer first about Otto's ability to make her an accessory to murder. Lowen meets with Tara, Jax, Chibs and Bobby. She worries about the form Tara lied on to get to volunteer in the prison. She confirms Otto's killing the nurse makes him useless to the Feds for RICO, but Tara could be in serious trouble. Jax doesn't want to tell the club yet. He tells Chibs to lock down the deal with Alvarez and Lin, so they can get clear of the cartel. Guards open Otto's cell and let an inmate with a metal pipe in... read more.

5x10: Crucifixed recap: The episode begins and Jax continues following Juice late at night. At the garage, Gemma and Chibs catch up. She says there's probably nothing happening with Nero. Chibs thinks Clay still loves her. Juice is brought to Roosevelt at the station. Roosevelt immediately tells Juice that Jax knows he's the rat and he has to get out of town. He explains that Jax figured it out himself and apologizes. Juice leaves without saying anything. At the club, Chibs is up to speed on Juice and RICO. Chibs confesses he knew the leverage Roosevelt had on Juice, that his dad was black. Jax and Chibs can't believe that's what Juice wanted to protect... read more.

Creator: Kurt Sutter
Executive Producer: Art Linson, John Linson, James D. Parriott
Co-Executive Producer: Jack LoGiudice, Dave Erickson
Producer: Chris Collins
Co-Producer: Chris Collins, Regina Corrado, Craig Yahata
Consulting Producer: Jack LoGiudice

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Recurring Guests

David Labrava as Happy (101 eps)
Michael Ornstein as Chuck Marstein (79 eps)
Winter Ave Zoli as Lyla (71 eps)
Christopher Douglas Reed as Philip 'Filthy Phil' Russell (62 eps)
Emilio Rivera as Marcus Alvarez (56 eps)
McNally Sagal as Margaret Murphy (52 eps)
Rockmond Dunbar as Eli Roosevelt (50 eps)
Niko Nicotera as Ratboy (44 eps)
Evan Londo as Abel Teller (44 eps)
Ryder Londo as Abel Teller (43 eps)

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