While the series finale for “Sons of Anarchy” is getting close to wrapping up as we speak, there are already some plans being set for some promotional appearances after the fact.
With that, we bring to you some of the following news when it comes to Conan O’Brien’s late-night show. On November 11, Charlie Hunnam, Jimmy Smits, Tommy Flanagan, Mark Boone Junior, and Drea de Matteo are all going to appear alongside creator Kurt Sutter. This is the largest group that has ever come together for the show to do a late-night appearance to date.
Could this be a little too massive or confusing? We doubt it. Conan’s a skilled (and funny) moderator, and has already done something like this with “The Walking Dead.”
The timing here is also interesting for a simple reason here, mostly that in theory, “Sons of Anarchy” could still be on air when “Conan” starts. Luckily, we imagine that the TBS show will ensure that the cast appearance is not on the air until after the tenth episode of season 7 finishes up. Sutter and the editors have a habit of making some of their episodes run extremely long, with them going for a full 90 minutes often during this final season.
Still, this show be a nice treat to everyone who loves “Sons of Anarchy,” and wants to see this show get the proper send-off that it deserves across many weeks. The series finale is not going to air until December, so there are many more opportunities to continue promoting the show before we get to that time.
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