'Sons of Anarchy' Season 7 Spoilers: Gemma To Go Off The Deep End Mentally In Lieu Of Tara's Murder? [VIDEO]
on Dec 11, 2013 11:30 AM EST
Fans of FX's Sons of Anarchy were undoubtedly grief-stricken at the unfolding of events in Tuesday night's season 6 finale.
Tara's (Maggie Siff) motives to get the her children away from SAMCRO and out of Charming finally costed her, as Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) wife was brutally murdered at the hands of jilted grandmother, Gemma (Katey Sagal).
To make matters more dismal, Gemma was unaware that it wasn't Tara that ratted out the Sons or Jax's deal to keep her and the club out of the slammer. Jax had agreed to turn himself on the condition that the D.A. didn't go after his family. However, Gemma still thought it was her daughter-in-law who snitched.
Amid Tara's death, one of the questions that's surely on the minds of Sons fans is whether Jax will ever find out that his mother was the one behind Tara's murder.
Creator Kurt Sutter recently dished to Vulture on the challenges ahead that Gemma will face in season 7 in lieu of holding on to that secret.
"I think it was difficult for Katey. And I think it will continue to be difficult next season. The burden of that secret will be difficult, for the character and the actress," he said.
Judging by Sutter's comments, it appears as though Gemma will likely go off the deep end mentally as she deals with the guilt over her mistaken choice.
Although no official date has yet to be confirmed, SOA is set to return for its seventh and final season at some point in the fall of 2014. Be sure to keep checking back with Enstars for more details. The promo for the season 6 finale episode can be watched below.
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