For those wondering why TV Guide has listed Tuesday night’s “Sons of Anarchy” as taking up more than two hours, we now have an official answer for you: It’s because you are getting a new “Anarchy Afterword” to help tie together the proceedings. Not only that, but you are also going to be getting one of these every day for the rest of the season.
What can we say about this one right now? Per a new press release from FX, this one, which airs starting at 11:33 p.m. Eastern time, will feature a panel of some of the show’s most-notorious villains including Ally Walker (“Agent June Stahl”), Billy Brown (“August Marks”) and Timothy Murphy (“Galen O’Shay”). Chris Franjola will once again be the host. We suppose that there is some irony in bringing Brown around given that he has been vastly underutilized this season as one of the Big Bads, but the actor’s commitments elsewhere may be a part of the reason for that.
For those of you clamoring to see a whole lot more of these episodes before the season comes to a close, we also have some other good news for you right now: More are coming up! There will be new episodes of “Anarchy Afterword” after every installment of the show the rest of the way, and this includes the series finale. That is honestly the only one that we’re a little nervous about, given that we’re a big believer that finales should stand on their own without a whole lot of explanation.
Hopefully, we’ll also have some further news on some of these episodes as we also get closer to them airing.
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