Los Angeles, Aug 8 (IANS) A proposed “Sons of Anarchy” prequel may not arrive that soon as people expected, but it doesn’t mean that it won’t be happening. Series creator Kurt Sutter assures fans that talks about the possible new show are still ongoing, although he won’t do it until at least two years after “Sons of Anarchy” ended.
“It’s something that we have talked about. It’s something that we have interest in. I think the timing of it really depends on what unfolds,” Sutter was quoted as saying by eonline.com.
He adds that now he is focussing on his new series “The Bastard Executioner” for FX, saying: “I think for me, and the network, it’s taking the next obvious and right choice and (‘The Bastard Executioner’) is the energy we’re moving in now.”
Explaining why there seems to be little or no progress on the “Sons of Anarchy” prequel, he said: “I knew I didn’t want to do anything that was ‘Sons’ related immediately (after it ended).
“I didn’t want to come right off of that and do a prequel or anything like that. I wanted to give it a couple years to breathe before we came back to do it. So none of that has gone away. We’ll see how the next couple of years or at least the next year with (‘The Bastard Executioner’) unfolds and then we’ll have to see.”