Recently the final set of promotional cast photos for the show's upcoming season 7 premiere were released. "Sons of Anarchy" is gearing up for another explosive season that will conclude SAMCRO's saga and will put an end to Jax's revenge. SOA season 7, episode 1, "Black Widower," promises to feature some "Juice-centric scenes" that will hype up the fans viewing pleasure.
Distancing himself from the club, Juice (Theo Rossi) is in seclusion after helping Gemma dispose all evidence that could point to her for Tara's brutal murder. Juice even killed Sheriff Roosevelt just to cover up the crime and now his only allies are Gemma (Katey Sagal) and Unser (Dayton Callie) who are trying to hide the truth from Jax (Charlie Hunnam).
Kicking off 10 days after Tara's death, the premiere episode is going to be dark as everyone in SAMCRO is mourning for another big loss of the club. Feeling remorse for stabbing Tara with the fork, Gemma will be haunted by Tara's ghost and will be turning to other people for support without divulging her darkest secret.
"He's completely cut off from the club and in hiding, but has a couple of strong allies (one of them being Gemma, the other a fun little surprise) on his side - that is, until someone we like finds out his secret, and he's forced to take matters into his own, very unstable hands," reports MTV.
With the body-count piling up, Jax is in no mood for forgiveness and will kill anymore who will get in his way for revenge. Morphing into the Grim Reaper, the SAMCRO president will eliminate all hopes of getting out of Charming as he hunts for his wife's murderer and Juice is the only person that will link him to Gemma's horrible secret.
But on a lighter side, female and gay male fans will be treated with some steamy scenes from Juice as he tries to hide from Jax's wrath. "There's a Juice-centric scene in the Sept. 9 opener that will make the show's straight female and gay male fans very, very, very happy," according to TV Line.
"Sons of Anarchy" season 7, episode 1 is set to premiere on Sept. 9.