Gearing up for its seventh and final season, FX "Sons of Anarchy" is currently expanding its cast as it focuses on vengeance in the aftermath of season 6 shocking finale that put a fork in Tara's head.
As the final ride begins on Sept. 9, the SOA cast are prepping for this Sunday's 2014 Comic-Con in San Diego where lead star Charlie Hunnam and showrunner Kurt Sutter will have a screening and a Q&A session.
With the body count continues to rise, Theo Rossi who played Juice in the biker drama series revealed that there will a major bloodbath and characters will be dropping like flies on each SOA episode.
"People are dropping like flies, literally, every two seconds you're like, 'Oh, that person's gone,'" Rossi told E! News during an interview.
"There's always a big clap-off it feels, every scene, every episode, somebody's leaving."
Branded as one of the violent shows on TV, "Sons of Anarchy" will not hold back on its final season and each death will have a major impact in reaching the climax of the story. With its extended premiere episode lasting 105 minutes (1 hour 45 minutes), the final season will kick off 10 days after Tara's (Maggie Siff) death and Jax (Charlie Hunnam) will begin the concluding season in jail on a parole violation and still mourning for his loss.
An emotional chapter of SAMCRO's saga, season 7 conclusion is yet to be confirmed by Sutter who is still in the process of writing the last few chapters of the story. The show recently released another teaser, "The Night Sky," that gives a major spoiler for the upcoming season as Jax managed to escape from prison.
"The video just confirms this and it seems to imply that Jax has escaped from prison as well since there is a helicopter with a searchlight looking for him," idigitaltimes.com reports.
There is an ongoing pool with Entertainment Weekly asking SOA fans to predict who in the 15 characters of the show will face and survive the reaper. The results of the pool will be used in Sunday's Sons of Anarchy panel at Comic Con (12:30 p.m. PT in Hall H).