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It was March 6, 2011, and “Sons” creator Kurt Sutter had already announced a series finale and had announced his departure from the series.
“The show is going to end,” he told fans.
“I will be gone.
I don’t have any more episodes.”
The next day, Sutter, who’d been in the writers room for several months, tweeted, “Sorry, fans, but I’m done with ‘The Son of Anarchy.'”
The season finale had already been announced on the streaming service, but fans were in the dark about the final episode.
“When I first started thinking about the finale, I had this really bad feeling,” said Chris Karpowitz, who directed the episode.
“‘Son of Anarchy,’ it’s this thing I can’t believe I’m writing, it’s a show that I love and I thought was awesome,” said Karpotz, who is now writing a television series based on the comic book series.
Sutter is best known for writing episodes of “The X-Files,” “The Shield,” and “Law & Order: SVU.”
He also directed episodes of the hit NBC series “The New Normal” and “The Good Wife.”
“I was like, ‘Oh my God, this is so surreal,’ ” said Kompowitz.
“Kurt has been my life partner since ‘The New Yorker’ days, and we’re friends and have shared the same life and the same passion for making movies and television.”
Sutter said the finale will be a “big moment for all of us.”
“For a lot of us who worked on ‘Son of Anarchy,'” Karpotoz said, “it’s a big, big deal.
We’re both going to miss him, and for us to see him back on TV is going in the right direction.”
The network has given no indication when viewers will be able to watch the finale on Netflix, though the network is working to make the show available in a few weeks.
The network is still working on a schedule for the final season of “Son of Adam,” but Sutter has been optimistic about that schedule.
“We’re going to have a big ‘Son of Saul’ finale on May 25,” he said.
Sometime between then and May 25, the network will announce a final season premiere date.
The season premiere of “Sos” will be the finale of the first half of the series, which airs at 10 p.m.
ET on FX.
Sonder, Karpowitz, and other cast members from “Son” have been waiting since the series finale for the series to end.
“It was like a little miracle,” Karpots said.
“For us to finally see it happen, I’m thrilled.
I’m so happy.
We never thought we’d see it come to this, but it did.
It was a big deal.”
The last episode of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” was aired in late March.
“Son Of Saul” will air at 10:30 p.f.m., on May 5.