Sons of Anarchy Season 7: Kurt Sutter Finishes Writing ‘SOA’ Series Finale, Teases Possible Ending
Sons of Anarchy series creator Kurt Sutter says that he’s finished writing the series finale.
Season 7, which is currently underway, will be the last season for the hit FX show.
Sutter teased fans on Twitter and Instagram, posting a portion of a script that could be the ending.
“The overweight clown folds a balloon into a pink poodle and hands it to Abel, who says thank you,” it said.
“Jax, Thomas in his arms, takes Abel by the hand and heads into the carnival.
“The sun sets over Charming as the Tellers live happily every after.”
But he quickly posted an update, saying that “Yes. I finished writing the finale. No. That wasn’t it.”
“I’m not that big of a [expletive],” he added.
Sutter previously told TVLine that he was beginning to get an idea of how to shape the finale scene.
“I have a sense of what that final sequence will be,” he said in mid-September.
“I’m not quite sure how I’m going to get there yet, but it gets a little more clear with every episode.”
Sutter told Entertainment Weekly that he’s been spending a lot of time debating the final frame.
“You know, I totally understood the whole Sopranos cut-to-black thing,” he said.
“I think I have a sense of what [David] Chase was trying to accomplish with that, in terms of that it’s not something that can be tied up, and that it ultimately goes on. I definitely want to have the sense that people will walk away feeling satisfied but also having a sense of wonder: Now what happens?”
Jimmy Smits (Nero) said he has an idea.
“I would just hope it’s some kind of real iconic John Ford-Sam Peckinpah-Western motorcycle outlaw shot, riding off into the sunset,” he says. “We don’t know who it’s gonna be. It might be Chucky on his Vespa trying to escape. ‘Let me take my hands and get out of here.'”
In other Sons news, Charisma Carpenter landed a guest role on the show’s final season, reported Variety.
Carpenter is perhaps best known for starring in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel.”
She’ll play Carol, a conservative administrative director at a medical facility.