Viewers, start your engines -- because on Sunday, Oct. 25, the entire sixth season of “Sons of Anarchy” will be available to stream on Netflix. And you can bet fans who haven't seen the last season of the hit FX series are jumping for joy. Now they can block off their schedules in attempts to binge watch all of Season 6 with the hopes that they can be caught up in time to watch Season 7, which is currently airing on FX.
As of right now “Sons of Anarchy” is three episodes into its seventh season, with episode 4, “Poor Little Lambs,” set to air on Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 10 p.m. EDT. And thus far we’ve seen our fair share of blood in the final season of “SoA.”
So, what does Season 6 have in store for those who haven't caught up with the thrilling installment? According to the synopsis for episode 1, viewers can anticipate Jax (Charlie Hunnam) to continue to push the club into "more legitimate business." However, he won't be able to "escape the sins of SAMCRO's past." But on Jax's journey for a clean slate, he'll have to deal with "collateral damage as external pressure" continues to stack up against the Charming motorcycle club.
When Season 5 concluded with episode 13, "J'ai Obtenu Cette," Clay (Ron Perlman) was being framed for the murder of Pope (Harold Perrineau), which was actually committed by Jax and Tig (Kim Coates). The duo decided to pin it on Clay, however, with a little help from Juice (Theo Rossi) and Gemma (Katey Sagal). Eventually, Bobby (Mark Boone Junior) got a whiff of their traitorous doing and confronted Jax, resulting in everyone's fan favorite leaving his V.P. patch on the clubhouse table. The season concludes with someone else getting framed for a crime: Tara (Maggie Siff). Gemma went to her son's home to console him about what happened to his wife.
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