'Sons of Anarchy' Creator Talks about New Season
'Sons of Anarchy' Creator Talks about New Season
Glenn Diaz
Glenn Diaz
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
The die-hard fans of badass FX series Sons of Anarchy will have to wait until around September before they get to see their favorite motorcycle gang from Charming, California back on screens.  In consolation, though, the show recently started shooting its sophomore season, and creator Kurt Sutter promised good things for its return.

"This season is going to be about all the internal conflicts that happen at the club," Sutter tells E! Online at the TV Land Awards.  "And I think the club is going to become its own worst enemy.  We're still figuring it out, and we're still doing some casting."


We previously reported what is now unanimously agreed to be ingenious casting in the person of rocker Henry Rollins who is slated to appear in a six-episode arc next season.

Says Sutter, 48-year-old Rollins will "play this hard-boiled Aryan guy who is somewhat reformed, and his boss is still being cast. We'll have some news on that in a week or two."

"Henry will bring his intensity and muscularity to this complex part," added Nick Grad, Executive Vice President of FX's Original Programming Division.   "We look forward to seeing him inhabit this role."

Rollins broke into mainstream popularity as lead singer of the Los Angeles band Black Flag.   He later won a Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word or Non-musical Album for Get in the Van.   He appeared opposite Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys 2.

Katey Segel, meanwhile, who plays Gemma Teller Morrow on Sons of Anarchy, says that she's happy playing a tougher role.

"I like her pretty mean.  She doesn't really think she's mean.  Her intention is to protect, but she's pretty mean."

- Glenn Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: E! Online
(Image courtesy of Getty Images)

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