Sons Of Anarchy Returns

September 6, 2011 by Post Team 

Sons Of Anarchy ReturnsSons Of Anarchy Returns, The FX biker drama “Sons of Anarchy” is back for another season at 9 pm Tuesday (September 6), and their plausibility has never been stronger. The way the story lines illuminates the inner drama of life in a lawless gang of the series between the best of television.
Its strong steel performances – by cables from Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal and Ron Perlman, but also by a large cast of supporting actors completely believable – the show is relatable even to viewers who have never seen the engine life.  “Sons of Anarchy” no family drama, darkly.

It is not surprising that the program gets good reviews of his most important audience – the cyclists.

“My experience is that the response has generally been very positive,” said Kurt Sutter, creator and executive producer, during the summer tour of television in Hollywood. “I have friends who are in life, and really keep the lines of communication open. I know it’s a drama and we took many liberties with the way these guys live their lives, but my experience is that they embrace it.

“They consider it their novel, and I keep the lines of communication so that it remains a tribute and not exploitation, because I do not want to cross that line where you feel like you’re exploiting their lives.”

Sutter said he was given shots of bright head potential cast members when attending motorcycle events. Cast members similar attention.

“I was looking for my daughter’s driver’s license,” said Sagal. “I was at the DMV and (a) guy asked me to sign his letter of probation, the back of the card from your probation officer. He said he saw us in jail and was very excited to meet me .

“(There) is also the story that a man had Charlie and I write our names on it, and he left and returned 15 minutes later and had them tattooed, these big names in your body. It was kind of interesting. “

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