Charlie Hunnam, the beloved star of ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ hints at a potential comeback to the series’ universe, but not in the role fans might expect. Instead of reprising his iconic character, Jax Teller, Hunnam has something new in mind.
Sons of Anarchy
“Sons of Anarchy,” an electrifying television drama created by Kurt Sutter, roared onto screens on September 3, 2008, and quickly became a massive hit among viewers worldwide. Centered around the tumultuous and dangerous world of an outlaw motorcycle club, the show captivated audiences with its intense storytelling, complex characters, and adrenaline-fueled action.
Set in the fictional town of Charming, California, the series followed the lives of the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Original (SAMCRO), led by their enigmatic president, Jackson “Jax” Teller, portrayed brilliantly by Charlie Hunnam. Jax grappled with the legacy of his father, the club’s co-founder, John Teller while navigating the moral dilemmas and brutal rivalries within SAMCRO.
Is Sons of Anarchy coming back?
While the ‘Mayans MC series, a spinoff of ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ nears its end, speculation has been rife about the future of the franchise. Hunnam reveals that he has some ideas of his own, but they don’t involve Jax Teller. The actor is exploring a series about SAMCRO (Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club Redwood Original) but with a different focus.
Hunnam shares that the project he has in mind is still in its early stages. Although it is related to the ‘Sons of Anarchy’ universe, Jax Teller won’t be a part of it. The actor states that they are just starting to measure out the ingredients, far from the mixing bowl or the oven.
While Hunnam’s focus is on the new project, he doesn’t rule out the idea of Jax Teller returning in a future spinoff. He admits to exploring a concept where Jax’s character could make a comeback. However, this is still in its infancy, and nothing is set in stone.
What can we expect next?
As fans eagerly anticipate more details about Hunnam’s project, the ‘Mayans MC’ series is approaching its final season.
After creator Kurt Sutter’s departure in 2019, fans are curious about what lies ahead for the ‘Sons of Anarchy’ universe. Sutter’s new project, ‘The Abandons,’ will not be related to the SOA world but has garnered attention with a 10-episode order from Netflix.
Hunnam’s Next Ventures
While awaiting updates on Hunnam’s new project and the conclusion of ‘Mayans MC,’ fans can also look forward to the actor’s participation in Zack Snyder’s ‘Rebel Moon.’
As the future unfolds for the ‘Sons of Anarchy’ universe, there is much excitement and anticipation for the adventures that lie ahead.
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Sons of Anarchy – FAQs
Will Abel appear in any future episodes of Sons of Anarchy?
Kurt Sutter, the show’s creator, has been teasing the possibility of more SoA for some time. A few years ago, he specifically stated that he wants to explore the story of Jax’s son, Abel.
Will Jax return to Sons of Anarchy?
Charlie Hunnam hinted at a potential return to the Sons of Anarchy universe in the near future, though perhaps not in the way that many fans had hoped. The actor recently made clear his intentions to return to the Sons of Anarchy world, and his idea does not involve playing Jax Teller once more.
Why did Sons of Anarchy get canceled?
Sons of Anarchy was canceled by FX after season 7 due to financial difficulties, based on some of Kurt Sutter’s remarks regarding the cost of production. Sutter claimed that starting in 2021, the production costs of the show began to outweigh the revenue they were generating from advertising and viewership.