Sons of Anarchy: Season 6

Sons of Anarchy: Season 6

Sons of Anarchy: Season 6

Having framed Clay for murder, Jax’s leadership is uncontested, but his family life is suffering from his single-minded pursuit of John Teller’s vision. Jax must find a way to keep Tara from going to prison, while rebuilding the club and breaking from the cycle of violence and greed that ultimately led to his best friend’s death.

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EPISODE 6.1

Straw

As Jax continues to push the club into more legitimate businesses he can’t escape the sins of SAMCRO’s past.

EPISODE 6.2

One One Six

Jax deals with collateral damage as external pressure continue to stack up against SAMCRO.

EPISODE 6.3

Poenitentia

Jax secures a new alliance for the club while Clay makes moves inside for protection.

EPISODE 6.4

Wolfsangel

An attack at the compound leads SOA to seek revenge.

EPISODE 6.5

The Mad King

The club is forced to make an uneasy alliance with unforeseen consequences.

EPISODE 6.6

Salvage

Jax and the MC must confront their past and choose their future.

EPISODE 6.7

Sweet and Vaded

Triggers are pulled that strengthen the MC, but also threaten to destroy it.

EPISODE 6.8

Los Fantasmas

Pressure mounts on Jax as the sins of his club and family pull him in different directions.

EPISODE 6.9

John 8:32

Jax learns new secrets that turn his world sideways.

EPISODE 6.10

Huang Wu

Jax looks to push the club forward, but the Irish put another obstacle in his way.

EPISODE 6.11

Aon Rud Persanta

Tension mounts as the club makes a bold move to finally get out of guns.

EPISODE 6.12

You Are My Sunshine

As the dust beings to settle Jax’s world is suddenly turned upside down.

EPISODE 6.13

A Mother’s Work

The ramifications of Jax’s choices put his club and family in jeopardy.

Sons of Anarchy: Season 6 / Reviews

Variety

Variety

The series remains an immersive experience, and the cast has been gradually upgraded with the addition of players like Jimmy Smits.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

What feels so tightly focused and earned in Breaking Bad too often comes off as forced and unconvincing in the land of the soulful bikers.... Still, Sons has a propulsive allure as it dramatizes Jax's attempts to take the gang legit (though he still condones murder when it's convenient) while battle lines continue to be drawn between the show's ferociously impressive leading ladies.

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

There's too much meandering without meaningful payoffs.

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New York Daily News

New York Daily News

Sons is on track to stand among the best TV shows of our current golden age, and we have two more seasons to watch it get there.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

At this point, Jax is so wishy-washy, it's hard not to root for the bad guys, especially since Lee has become the show's most entertaining villain. SOA always wrenches great comedy from gross-out violence, and Logue masters that art.

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