SOA Fanatic Friday: Week In Review (April 22, 2016)!

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It’s Friday again, SOA Fanatics! Do you have any awesome plans for the weekend? Let’s get the weekend started off right, with our weekly SOA Fanatic Week In Review! If you’ve managed to miss some of our posts from this week, no worries, because you’ll find them all, right here.

The week began with our villainous account of Sons of Anarchy’s Damon Pope (Harold Perrineau), followed by the many faces of Charlie Hunnam – a video made by our great friend Tammy Lynn over at Charlie Hunnam International. We hit up some more Charlie Hunnam and Jackson “Jax” Teller with Charlie’s exclusive podcast interview for Nerdist, and a sweet video tribute to Jax for Teller Tuesday. Wednesday brought us tears, with a heartbreaking tribute to Opie Winston (Ryan Hurst), in honor of Opie Winston Wednesday.

Theo Rossi (Juan Carlos “Juice” Ortiz) showed us his dark side in “When The Bough Breaks”, Katey Sagal (Gemma Teller-Morrow) adventured into her family history with TLC’s “Who Do You Think You Are?”, and Kim Coates (Alexander “Tig” Trager) told us how much he hates the internet. We hit up our love for music with Ed Sheeran’s cover of Wonderwall’s ‘Oasis’, a live performance of Curtis Stiger and the Sons of Anarchy Theme song ‘This Life‘, and Joan Armatrading’s ‘This Charming Life’ from Sons of Anarchy’s Season 3.

Other posts from this week included a black and white photo gallery of Ron Perlman, news about TNT’s new series Animal Kindgom (the new Sons of Anarchy?), a super Happy Lowman (David Labrava) tribute video, a post to pay our respects to the late Prince Rogers Nelson (may he forever rest in peace and hold kickass concerts up in Heaven with David Bowie), and the announcement that Sons of Anarchy Executive Producer Kurt Sutter and wife Katey Sagal are attending Austin, TX’s ATX TV Festival. Last but not least, we updated you on Season 2 renewals and casting calls for Ryan Hurst’s ‘Outsiders’, Maggie Siff’s ‘Billions’, and Drea De Matteo (Wendy Case, Sons of Anarchy)’s ‘Shades of Blue’.

We covered quite a bit this past week, and we’re so happy you were here with us for the ride! Check out all of our headline photos from the past week below, and tell us in the comments which post from this week was your favorite! Happy Friday, SOA Fanatics!

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