FX has announced that the seventh and final season of Sons of Anarchy will premiere Tuesday, September 9th with a special 105-minute episode. The season premiere will be followed by live post-show Anarchy Afterword, which is also set to follow the series finale.
The seventh season of Sons of Anarchy will begin 10 days following the events of season six; while Jax is in jail on parole violation, devastated over the loss of Tara and what that means for his children, he sets in motion the machinations that will lead to the vengeance he feels he deserves. But even if Jax does find retribution for Tara’s murder, will he be able to live with himself afterwards?
Season six of Sons of Anarchy became its most-watched to date, earning nearly 7.5 million total viewers and 5 million adults 18-49. The season was also the most-watched of any original series in the network’s history in total viewers, adults 18-49 and other key demos, in addition to earning an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.
Premiere dates for FX’s other fall shows, including American Horror Story: Freak Show, should be announced in the coming weeks. You can check out the first teaser for the final season of Sons of Anarchy below.
Will you be watching the final season of Sons of Anarchy? Are you in favor of the show running over its allotted one-hour and offering extended episodes? How do you think Sons of Anarchy will come to an end?