Sons of Anarchy season 7, due for a September 2014 release date, is being worked on by show creator Kurt Sutter.
In one of his regular updates on YouTube, Sutter told fans that he’s still writing the first episode while Charles Murray is writing the second, and that they’re about halfway through breaking episode 3.
“I pitched the big arcs for the season to the network and that went well,” Sutter revealed.
“I think it’ll be a satisfying conclusion for fans and I feel pretty good that it’s staying on point where I always sort of envisioned our character, our hero, what his final, perhaps final, days in charming and in terms of at least one’s as an audience we would see.”
“I think we have a pretty good sense of how that’s all going to roll out. The trick is always writing to that,” he said.
“For me, especially last season, it’s how much do you, you don’t want to reveal the big pieces of the season too quickly, and yet you want it to be satisfying and compelling and drawing people in, so it’s always that balance of how much and when to unravel things.”
Sutter also said via Twitter that he was writing a Jax-Gemma scene. A fan responded that “I feel cheated that there won’t be anymore Jax-Tara scenes,” to whcih Sutter said that there will be several Tig-Tara scenes.
Sutter also cracked a few hokes in his video update, saying: “My publicist suggests that every public appearance now I rent a puppy so as to look more approachable.
“I rented this, this is not even my dog. And this house, too, totally don’t live here, just renting it, I just live in a black cage somewhere on the outskirts of San Bernandino.”
Sutter added that he’ll be in London from April 12 through the 18 and that there will be a fan event arranged. Details will be announced later.