Ron Perlman Spills About Sons Of Anarchy Season 6!
Before the Anarchy: Episode 23
Q: Too early to be asking for Sons of Anarchy scoop?
Ausiello: The fifth season just ended. The first episode of the sixth season hasn’t even been broken, let alone written. And it won’t air until next fall. I guess what I’m trying to say is, no, it’s not too early. “You can get ready for another reset for Clay next year,” speculates Ron Perlman. “What it is, I don’t know. But I would guess that Season 6 is going to very much be an exploration of [Clay and Jax] changing places. [Clay] goes on some sort of journey of retribution, while [Jax] watches his aspirations disintegrate right in front of his eyes, even if he can’t see it.” Perlman is quick to note that, “Every time I’ve tried to guess where [series creator] Kurt [Sutter] is going, I’ve been wrong. But it’s fun to play the game.”
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Being, or breaking, bad has rarely been so rewarding. Many of the year’s more riveting moments came from TV’s grim ranks of morally compromised characters. In the first half of the final season of AMC’s Breaking Bad, Walter White’s descent into monstrous criminality reached its chilling nadir, including on the home front. Tragedy and treachery fatefully divided the biker thugs of FX’s Sons of Anarchy in its most grueling and memorable season. More surprising was the comeback for Showtime’s Dexter, as the vigilante serial killer’s secret identity was revealed to his shaken homicide-cop sister, lifting the show to new heights of psychological suspense.