After seven long years, SAMCRO is prepping for its final ride on Sept. 9 for the "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 premiere. With Jax (Charlie Hunnam) giving up the hope of ending the MC's association to guns and the cycle of crimes in Charming, the MC President is out for more blood as he vows vengeance for his wife's murder.
Picking up 10 days after Tara's death, "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 premiere will feature the grieving Jax in prison. Under investigation for his wife's murder, Jax is in the state of morphing himself into a Grim Reaper as the season promises for a darker tone and a lot of blood. Without caring for the rest of the world, the body count in Charming will start to pile up as the new sheriff investigates for Sheriff Eli's death.
A life based on lies, Jax's saga is now close to its end as he uncovers the biggest lies in his life - the death of his father and wife. Without his true north, the tattooed leader will trust no one outside of his circle and vows not to lose his club after losing the mother of his children.
"How far these lies stretch only series creator Kurt Sutter knows, but as audience members, we can take solace in the fact that we're finally seeing a Jax that doesn't have all the answers," according to Forbes' contributor Merril Barr. "We're seeing a Jax that simply doesn't care anymore about what happens in the future because the present is all the matters."
Now that the show is building up to its epic conclusion, season 7 will not just end Jax's saga but all lead characters in the show. Juice is definitely going to get what his due to him and Unser will surely get his end. Based on the review, Gemma is going to get her end after stabbing Tara with a meat fork in the head.
Season 7 will feature the crumbling world of SAMCRO with everyone fighting for their own survival and the club. With raving reviews for its first three episodes, Barr assures SOA fans that they will walk away with a "satisfying conclusion."