'Sons of Anarchy': Cast and Creator Tease Season 4 (Video)
Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal and more of the cast told The Hollywood Reporter what to expect with the upcoming new season of FX’s biker drama.
The cast and creator of FX’s biker drama had plenty to say about the upcoming season 4 of Sons of Anarchy. They talked to The Hollywood Reporter on the red carpet at the Season 4 premiere event about the tumultuous season ahead. THR asked the cast of SOA to sum up season 4 in one season.
In Season 4, the Sons of Anarchy motorcycle club is fresh out of the slammer, where they spent the past 18 months serving out a sentence. They are eager to get the club running again, and in need of some cash to do it.
Charlie Hunnam, who stars as Jax Teller, told THR that his character is struggling with finding a way to get out of the motorcycle club and start a new life with his girlfriend, Tara (Maggie Siff) and his two sons.
Siff, who had a role in AMC’s Mad Men, spoke to THR about her character’s new role as a mother, and also her opinion on Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter’s sharp comments about Mad Men showrunner Matthew Weiner.
Sutter and his wife, Katey Sagal who stars as motorcycle club matriarch Gemma on the show, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about where the show will be heading in future seasons, and Sutter also spoke about his recent abandonment of Twitter and what it would take for him to come back.
Ron Perlman, who stars as the leader of the club, told THR that his character’s loss of control this season was a challenge to play as an actor.
Danny Trejo, who will guest star this season, also spoke to THR about his role on the show as a “badass killer.”
Season 4 of Sons of Anarchy premieres Tuesday, September 6, 2011, on FX.W
Watch all of THR's interviews at the red carpet Season 4 premiere with the cast of Sons of Anarchy here.
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