We really are spoilt for choice with the amount of impressive television shows that are around these days, with a number of different networks bringing us multiple hit series over the past few years. You network that has given us some very impressive shows over the years is FX, which brings us the likes of Damages, The Shield, and Sons of Anarchy, all of which have become hugely successful.
The sad news is that the upcoming Sons of Anarchy season seven is actually going to be the last in the series and we are going to have to say farewell to some of our favourite small screen characters. Charlie Hunnam plays the role of Jax in Sons of Anarchy and he has spoken about how the events of the season six finale will impact season seven of the show.
The Sons of Anarchy season six finale saw Jax being betrayed by his mother Gemma and Charlie says that it will have a big influence on his character in season seven, "Jax is in a very schizophrenic state, he's obviously very sad and vulnerable and broken with this huge amount of revenge and anger in his heart," explained Hunnam.
While Sons of Anarchy has failed to land the big awards that the likes of The Shield and Damages have over the years, Charlie Hunnam says that he does not care too much, as he makes the show to please the fans and not for awards glory, "It doesn't matter at all. I feel there's this perception that we're upset about it. I really don't give a sh--. I make this for the people who love the show," he added.
Sons of Anarchy season seven will premiere on FX on Tuesday, September 9 at 10pm.