08:44 PM EDT 05/22/2015
Originally posted 02/24/2015 05:50PM
Bikers, blood and now … a Bastard?
For fans longing for their fix of dearly departed series Sons of Anarchy and True Blood, a new FX series is teaming up two familiar – but unexpected – faces.
SOA's Katey Sagal and True Blood's Stephen Moyer will costar in the period drama The Bastard Executioner, the latest offering from Sons creator and Sagal's husband Kurt Sutter, 54.
Originally posted 12/03/2014 12:00AM
She had it coming!
In Tuesday's penultimate episode of Sons of Anarchy, Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) gunned down his mother, Gemma (Katey Sagal), after discovering she was the one who brutally murdered his wife.
PEOPLE caught up with Sagal, 60, to talk about the death scene, and what life with her husband and SOA creator Kurt Sutter has been like now that the FX drama is nearing its series finale.
Originally posted 11/18/2014 11:30AM
When it comes to kiddie roles on TV, children are usually relegated to playing precious (or precocious) siblings or neighbors. But the job requirement for small children on FX's action-packed drama Sons of Anarchy is much more demanding – especially this season.
That's why it requires two steely-eyed identical brothers to play Abel, 5, the troubled son of SAMCRO president Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) on the motorcycle drama that's nearing its nail-biting series finale on Dec. 9.
This season of SOA marks the most challenging one yet for Evan and Ryder Londo, 6, of Orange County, California, who have traded off playing Abel for the last four seasons.
Originally posted 11/12/2013 03:45PM
Calling all Sons of Anarchy super fans! You already know season 7 will mark the end of the FX hit (sigh), but good news: a SAMCRO prequel might be on the horizon.
"I've had discussions with the network about it, and I think they are open to it," Sutter told fans at the Sons for Sandy Relief event in Asbury Park, N.J., on Sunday. "I think there is something really interesting about the origins of the club. And to do a period piece set in the '60s, post-Vietnam could be kind of cool. I don't think we would dovetail and start right after the series ended, but it's something I'm potentially excited about it."
Sutter was joined by wife Katey Sagal (whose portrayal as matriarch Gemma Teller Morrow on the show earned her a Golden Globe Award in 2011) and cast members Kim Coates (Tig Trager) and Theo Rossi (Juice) at the benefit, which raised over $66,000 for the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and Staten Strong.
Originally posted 10/17/2013 02:00PM
Charlie Hunnam just avoided the possibility of having to address his decision to drop out of Fifty Shades of Grey.
On Wednesday, the actor, 33, failed to make his first scheduled public appearance since the big casting shakeup was announced over the weekend.
Hunnam – who was set to play the erotic film's lead role, Christian Grey – was slated to attend the Paley Center's benefit gala honoring the FX network until the "last minute," an event rep told PEOPLE, without providing any further explanation.
Originally posted 01/16/2011 08:30PM
Golden Globe virgins rejoice – it was your night.
Glee's Chris Colfer scored a major win early Sunday night at the Golden Globes, taking home best supporting actor for his role as Kurt Hummel in Fox's hit, which later earned top honors in the TV category – the award for best series comedy.
"I think I dropped my heart between Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, so if anyone sees it, please give it back," he said as he excitedly picked up the award. Praising his cast who "deserve this as much as I do," Colfer, 20, spoke of his role, as an openly gay teen, as a positive example for kids who have been bullied in school.
His costar Jane Lynch was named best supporting actress for her role as coach Sue Sylvester.
"The greatest thrill is I get these 14 year-old-kids coming up to me vibrating out of their bodies saying how happy Glee makes them," Lynch, who won the Emmy for the same role, said in her funny acceptance speech.
Originally posted 02/27/2008 01:00PM
John Ritter was a committed family man who was "funny like nobody's business," the late actor's costar Katey Sagal testified Tuesday at the $67-million wrongful death trial brought by Ritter's family against two doctors.
Besides Sagal, Ritter's agent, personal assistant and son took the stand in Glendale, California's Superior Court and paid tribute to the actor, the Associated Press reports
Sagal, 54, testified briefly and fought back tears as she told the jury, "I loved John." She had played Ritter's wife on ABC's 8 Simple Rules ... for Dating My Teenage Daughter, the sitcom in which he was starring when he died from an undiagnosed heart condition on Sept. 11, 2003.
Originally posted 01/10/2007 10:00PM
Actress Katey Sagal and her husband, writer-producer Kurt Sutter, 43, welcomed their first child, daughter Esmé Louise Sutter, on Jan. 10, PEOPLE has learned exclusively. The baby was born via surrogate, her rep confirms.
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