Sons of Anarchy: Season 4

Sons of Anarchy: Season 4

Sons of Anarchy: Season 4

This season begins with SAMCRO fresh out of jail and back in Charming, encountering new law enforcement heading right back to business. Jax is forced to put new plans into motion that could affect the club and ultimately his family.

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EPISODE 4.1
14 July 2020

Out

14 months after going to prison on federal weapons charges Jax, Clay and the other SAMCRO members are released and return to Charming where they encounter new enemies in the form of a no nonsense... MORE sheriff and an Assistant U.S. Attorney out to nail the club for their dealings with Russian gunrunner Putlova. Also Jax makes a promise to Tara and Opie and Lyla get married.

EPISODE 4.2
14 July 2020

Booster

After exacting their revenge, SAMCRO is forced to make a decision that could cause a huge shift in the club.

EPISODE 4.3
14 July 2020

Dorylus

SAMCRO encounters an unlikely foe when a piece of their business goes missing.

EPISODE 4.4
14 July 2020

Una Venta

SAMCRO makes a run to set up a new business venture with their Tucson charter, SAMTAZ while Gemma makes a new ally in town with Police Chief Roosevelt's wife, Rita.

EPISODE 4.5
14 July 2020

Brick

SAMCRO enlists a former foe to help stop the advancement of Charming Heights, while the Sheriff presses Juice for more information.

EPISODE 4.6
14 July 2020

With an X

SAMCRO’s relationship with the Cartel is in jeopardy when an important package is compromised.

EPISODE 4.7
14 July 2020

Fruit for the Crows

As Jax searches for who threatened Tara, she becomes aware of what's been going on with the club and warns Jax that Clay can't be trusted.

EPISODE 4.8
14 July 2020

Family Recipe

SAMCRO must put off an important vote to deal with an external threat.

EPISODE 4.9
14 July 2020

Kiss

SAMCRO gets word that the Niners have made a new alliance that directly impacts their own agenda.

EPISODE 4.10
14 July 2020

Hands

Jax and Tara get a glimpse of life without SAMCRO but discover that their reality is hard to escape.

EPISODE 4.11
14 July 2020

Call of Duty

SAMCRO faces a powerful adversary that threatens their business with the Cartel.

EPISODE 4.12
14 July 2020

Burnt and Purged Away

SAMCRO negotiates with the Irish Kings to secure the club's future.

EPISODE 4.13
14 July 2020

To Be, Act 1

Jax faces a new challenge that threatens his family and SAMCRO.

EPISODE 4.14
14 July 2020

To Be, Act 2

Jax must overcome great obstacles as he attempts to finalize the gun deal between the Irish and the cartel.

Sons of Anarchy: Season 4 / Reviews

Time Magazine

Time Magazine

This is all a long way of saying I'm glad to see that, in SoA's fourth-season debut, the show hasn't just returned to its setting of Charming, California. It also returns, slowly, to Jax's realization that he doesn't want his life to be Abel's, and that he wants a way out.

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Huffington Post

Huffington Post

SOA is at its most compelling when it delves into the emotional bonds between these men and their women, and there's a rich dramatic potential in the double-dealing that begins in these first hours.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The good news for Sons Of Anarchy fans is that series creator Kurt Sutter leaves no doubt that he's put the series back on solid ground in Season 4 and, in turn, delivers all of the larger-than-life storytelling that viewers mop up.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

With a cast this big, though, and plots this complicated, it can be a challenge to keep up. Then again, if you're willing to do the work, it more than pays off.

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Salon

Salon

It believes in the story it's telling and expects everyone watching the series not just to have a good time, but to commit. If every drama series had a tenth as much passion, TV would be a far more interesting place.

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New York Daily News

New York Daily News

Sons has hit the ground roaring.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

There's all the slamming violence you might want in your gas-fumed escapism, mingled with real-world difficulties.

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