'Sons of Anarchy' Presents Second 'Anarchy Afterword' Online Show

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October 2nd, 2013

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Sons Of Anarchy PRESENTS SECOND “ANARCHY AFTERWORD” ONLINE SHOW

 

Live Post-Show Will Follow Episode 5 on October 8th

 

Fans Can Watch Online at www.anarchyafterword.com

 

LOS ANGELES, October 2, 2013 – FX’s top-rated drama Sons Of Anarchy will stream its second live online post-show, “Anarchy Afterword,” immediately following episode 5 on October 8th  at 11:30 PM ET/8:30 PM PT. Hosted by comedian Chris Franjola (Chelsea Lately) from the SOA set, “Anarchy Afterword” streams live at  www.anarchyafterword.com and features uncensored interviews with Sons Of Anarchy creator and Showrunner Kurt Sutter, as well as a revolving roster of SOA cast members and celebrity guests.

 

The newest episode of “Afterword” will feature SOA series regulars Theo Rossi (‘Juice’) and Tommy Flanagan (‘Chibs’), and popular comedienne and actress Retta.  Retta currently stars as the confident and hilarious ‘Donna Meagle’ on NBC's critically-acclaimed comedy Parks and Recreation. She has appeared on hit shows It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Soup, and headlined her own special, Comedy Central Presents . . . Retta. Her film credits include Fracture, First Sunday and Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star.

 

Produced by Emmy® nominated Mob Scene Creative + Productions, “Afterword” streamed its first episode following the season premiere, and is slated to return after the season finale on December 10th. The episodes will be posted online and remain there until one month after the season finale. In addition to watching online, fans can to ask their own questions via a toll-free call-in number and the show’s official Twitter and Facebook pages.

 

About Sons Of Anarchy

Sons Of Anarchy is an adrenalized drama with darkly comedic undertones that explores a notorious outlaw motorcycle club’s (MC) desire to protect its livelihood while ensuring that their simple, sheltered town of Charming, California remains exactly that, charming. The MC must confront threats from drug dealers, corporate developers, and overzealous law officers. Behind the MC’s familial lifestyle and legally thriving automotive shop is a ruthless and illegal arms business driven by the seduction of money, power, and blood. Jackson ‘Jax’ Teller (Charlie Hunnam) is SAMCRO’s new President who must face the consequences of the MC’s illicit deeds before they tear the club apart. Gemma Teller Morrow (Katey Sagal) is Jax’s formidable mother. Clarence ‘Clay’ Morrow (Ron Perlman) is Jax’s stepfather, the last of the Original Nine and former President. Dr. Tara Knowles (Maggie Siff) is Jax’s old lady and mother of his second son.

 

About FX

FX is the flagship general entertainment basic cable channel of FX Networks, a business unit of 21 Century Fox. FX Networks is comprised of FX, FXM, and FXX, its newest channel that launched on September 2, 2013. Launched in June of 1994, FX is carried in more than 97 million homes. The diverse schedule features a growing roster of critically acclaimed and award-winning hit dramas series, including Sons of Anarchy, Justified, The Americans and The Bridge; the miniseries American Horror Story: Coven; and the acclaimed hit comedy series Louie, Archer and Wilfred. The network’s library of acquired box-office hit movies is unmatched by any ad-supported television network. FX's roster of acquired hit series includes Two and a Half Men, Anger Management and, coming in 2014, Mike & Molly.

 

About Mob Scene

Mob Scene Creative + Productions is an Emmy nominated content creation and branded marketing company based in Los Angeles.  The company previously produced the long running series "Life After Film School" for Fox Movie Channel (now FXM) and is heavily involved in the marketing and content creation for numerous blockbuster films and television series, including: Avatar, The X-Men and Wolverine franchises, Argo, Zero Dark Thirty, True Blood and Curb Your Enthusiasm.

 
  • merrrranga

    i watched the first one. WHAT AN EMBARRASSING MESS!

    here’s hoping they canned the host and won’t have any more random porn stars serving drinks(?)

  • davie

    I don’t know if I’d call it an embarrassing mess
    It was the first episode so yeah I’m sure they’ve thought a little.bit about what not to do on the upcoming streams. If you’re truly interested in what Sutter and co have to say about what’s going on in the season then its a great watch, if not, then you won’t get anything special.

    Can’t wait to see what Sutter has to say about last nights episode (and next weeks)

  • merrranga

    Sutter does podcasts, a lot of them, and he does them well. i just got the feeling that the entire aftershow would have been good if it was just audio, hell, it would’ve been great as an interview article. the filmed aberration i watched was sad and pathetic. i just kept thinking, ‘you direct TV for a living and you come out with this crap???’ it seemed like a HS production of in the actor’s studio complete with deer-in-headlights host who seemed like he’d never done any public speaking in his life.

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