Huge engines, long hair, alluring ladies, weapons, savagery, and incredible music; since 2008, the Sons of Anarchy have been a compel on our TV screens. The cruiser club, regulated by Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman) and VP Jackson "Jax" Teller (Charlie Hunnam), does its infamous business in the small town of Charming, North Carolina. As a cover, the SAMCRO group, driven by Jax, Clay, Margaret Murphy (McNally Sagal), Gemma Teller Morrow (Katey Sagal) and numerous others, run a major carport - however off camera, they choose the life and passing of their siblings and foes. The Sons' careless, fierce life sees them bargain drugs, push weapons.
Sons of Anarchy's blend of severity, cleverness, animosity, and sensitivity is consummately plotted by executive and maker Kurt Sutter, and once you've seen it, you'll always remember it. Watching many episodes, you'll nearly feel like an individual from the Sons of Anarchy; falling with them, battling with them - your easy chair turns into a Harley, and the front room is the clubhouse.