Sons of Anarchy Season 7 Updates: Venus Van Dam Returns to Charming, GOT Red Wedding Style Massacre in SOA Finale

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By Riza Ornos | July 4, 2014 8:34 AM EST

"Sons of Anarchy" meets HBO's "Game of Thrones," the FX biker drama series is reportedly going to feature the famous "Red Wedding" of the epic fantasy series in SOA's seventh and final season. Another returning guest will have his sensational finale with the show as Walton Goggins returns to Charming as the fabulous Venus Van Dam.

Nominated for his role as a troubled transgender in "Sons of Anarchy," "The Shield" actor made his first appearance in the show's season five as he helped the gang blackmail a town's official. Thanks to Venus S&M charm, fans of the show got a glimpse on Tig's (played by Kim Coates) sexuality as the two had an undeniable sexual chemistry.

The news was delivered by show's controversial creator Kurt Sutter as he twitted the good news saying: "I am very happy to report that in season 7 of SOA, THERE WILL BE SOME MUTHAFUCKIN' VENUS!"  Venus' last appearance on the show was on season six and this time she will make her cringe-worthy and scene-stealing return for the show's premiere this fall.

"I hope to be six inches taller than some of the members of the gang on Sons of Anarchy again, but we'll see." Goggins told Entertainment Weekly after his SOA episode aired last year.

The tattooed showrunner also warned fans that they are in for some major heartache as the show plans to top "Game of Thrones" infamous Red Wedding, as season six ends in a bloody finale. "Let's just say you'll soon be calling that other episode BED WETTING," Sutter told a fan via Twitter when the user asked: "On a scale of 1 to Red Wedding, what are we in for here?"

Sutter also revealed on his latest video blog that there are some major twists on season seven's seventh episode. "We are in the process of breaking episode seven, which is usually a big episode for us," he revealed on WTF Sutter. "Episode 7 tends to bring some of those things to some sort of conclusion, then sets up what will ultimately be some of the bigger story elements that will bring us into the end of the season."

"Sons of Anarchy" season seven is set to premiere on FX in Sept.

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