New Sons of Anarchy Spin-off


Sons of Anarchy Spinoff Gets Official Title, New Writer.

FX is revving up its Mayans-centric Sons of Anarchy spinoff.
The cabler announced Wednesday that SOA creator Kurt Sutter has handpicked up-and-coming writer Elgin James to pen the pilot for the potential series, which has been titled Mayans MC. Sutter will be credited as a co-creator alongside James.

FX, meanwhile, calls Mayans MC “a dark, visceral family drama that takes a new look at the most American of icons, the 1% outlaw, this time, reflected through a Latino lens.”
On his decision to hire James, whose most notable credit is the 2012 indie Little Birds, Sutter said in a statement, “I wanted to find a strong, unique Latino voice. Because I didn’t think a white guy from Jersey should be writing about Latin culture and traditions. Elgin is that voice.” Elgin is next set to direct the film adaptation of A Million Little Pieces.

Sons of Anarchy ended its seven-season run in 2014. Sutter’s 2015 FX follow-up, The Bastard Executioner, failed to match SOA‘s success and was subsequently cancelled after just one season.


7 thoughts on “New Sons of Anarchy Spin-off

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  2. He didn’t give bastard executioner enough time I was loving the show every Tuesday I was there like a faithful fan of mr.sutter’s work..

  3. I loved the bastard executioner, and very distraught for no season 2. And have still yet to hear of the spin off my and mc

    • Can’t wait SOA was one of the best show’s on TV. I have the box set and still watch it to this day Thanks

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