January 14, 2015

Theo Rossi Discusses “Sons Of Anarchy” Season 7

(PCM) As we delve deeper into the final season of the hit FX series “Sons Of Anarchy”, we can already tell that we are going to be in for an intense final ride.

During San Diego Comic Con we were able to catch up with series star Theo Rossi, who plays Juice to give us some insight into the final season.  For those that have been following the show, it is no secret that Juice is in a bit of a conundrum and all of us are at the edge of our seats anticipating how certain events will begin to unfold.

We were curious as to where Juice’s head space was going into the final season to which Rossi tells us “It’s absolute chaos! I keep telling people to just sit back and enjoy the season because you can’t guess and even I can’t guess, nobody can guess because Kurt [Sutter] has stuff going in that brain of his that nobody can figure out”.

You can watch the full interview below:

He goes on to tell us that “It’s amazing, because you don’t know what is going to happen in real life…moment to moment…that’s real life. If you had told me back in 2008 when we started this that Tara, Clay and Opie would not be on this show, I would have said you’re crazy, that doesn’t make sense, that’s not the way it goes…and if you told me after season one that Tig would still be around I wouldn’t have believed you, or even that I would still be here…it’s kind of like that stop guessing moment and just sit back and enjoy it. The seat belt is off with Kurt in the final season, he knows what he wants and its’ chaos”.

When asked about the legacy that “Sons Of Anarchy” will leave in the world of television, Rossi replied “One of my buddy’s from another TV show said to me ‘I can’t believe Sons is going off the air, it’s the last real man show on television’ and I thought about it for a second and said ‘you know he might be right’.  I think the legacy, just like The Shield that paved the way before us, just really good story-telling and really good characters, amazing writing and just a network that pushes the envelope.”

Also, be sure to check out the new behind-the-scenes feature where the cast of SOA take you inside the final moments of season six and prepare you for the final ride.

“Sons Of Anarchy” airs on Tuesday nights 10pm ET/PT only on FX!

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