'Sons of Anarchy' Unleashes the Terror in Season 3 Promo
People smacked, people run over and people held at gunpoint are the highlights of "Sons of Anarchy" season 3 promo. The reel that was played during the show's first-time panel at San Diego Comic Con is now available online, revealing what the gang would do to save Abel and get a revenge on Half-Sack's death.
"SOA" premieres the new season on September 7 on FX Network and when it comes back, the motorbike gang will move to Ireland. The third season picks up several days after the second season ender where The Sons missed Cameron on the dock and lost the chance to save Abel from his clutch. "We are obsessively and unrestingly trying to find the kid and answer this horrific violation," Ron Perlman aka Clay told E! about the focus of the season.
Charlie Hunnam aka Jax added, "Our pursuit of Abel really breaks open the world. John Teller had a lot to do with Ireland and the origin of gun running and the Sons of Anarchy. So, it's through us going to Ireland, inevitably, we learn a little bit more" about Jax's father and founder of the club.
Speaking about father, award-winning actor Hal Holbrook has signed up to portray Katey Sagal's father in a four-episode arc. "I'm away from my family, which is exactly the thing [Gemma] hates the most," Sagal talked about her character. "The thing she loves the most is being with her family...I love how [fans] respond to the family nature of the show."
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