‘Sons of Anarchy’ Fans Just Got Amazing News From Netflix

Netflix doubles its streams sons of anarchy Creator Kurt Sutter. Sutter, who brought FX viewers the story of Jax Teller, Opie Winston and the rest of the Sons, is getting a new original series on the streaming platform. Presentation titled the displaced It is located in the Old West. It is not clear when he will be able to work soon the displacedBecause it also works on Netflix this beastHis first film as a director. Sutter also co-created a profile sons of anarchy Spinoff series Mayan MC He worked as a co-showrunner for the first two seasons before leaving FX.

In a new interview with Delivery timeSutter said the displaced It is the fulfillment of a previous dream sons of anarchy. He set his hopes of getting West pinned down after he saw HBO dead wood And he was so impressed that he reverted to the crime type. During the pandemic, he tried to acquire Western intellectual property rights, which he refused to mention. When that didn’t work, he came up with an idea for the displacedEven while writing this beast. While this was happening, former FX CEO Danielle Woodrow moved to Netflix, and Sutter showed the operator his new idea. Sutter said it was the fastest green light he’s ever received.

When asked what the displaced About, Sutter cited his influence on the project. “I’ve always been fascinated by the origins of La Cosa Nostra, and how these Sicilian peasant families were even more marginalized by the land barons and aristocrats,” he explained. “These families gathered together to defend themselves against the abusive emperors of the land, and from this they took these matters into their own hands, La Cosa Nostra was born and became the authority, law and order of the land.” The reruns of Bonanza that Sutter saw during the pandemic also influenced the idea.

Sutter even has an outline for Season 1, which will show a group of characters becoming outlaws, set before the Civil War. If the show makes it into season two or three, the characters may even meet real outlaws, like the young Billy the Kid for example. Sutter said Netflix was “excited” about the idea because “the West is literally wild…in that period, it was mostly territories and the typical boundaries of a civilized society didn’t apply to borders.”

The show could also be a commentary on what’s happening in the world in 2021, without being too serious. “Without preaching, there’s an organic way to draw those elements into stories that parallel this ongoing tragedy that we’re experiencing now,” Sutter explained. “I approach a meaningful subject in a way that does not highlight it, not on the nose, but rather a snapshot from a different period that definitely reflects what we are witnessing today. So, this is his bone.”

the displaced It is Sutter’s second project for Netflix. In March, the tape announced this beastIt will be produced by Jason Blum of Blumen House Productions. It is set in an 18th century English village when it is attacked by a mysterious monster. A lowly hunter rises to the occasion and vows to stop the monster. The script is inspired by Givaudan beastA story about a mysterious monster that attacked a French village in the eighteenth century.

Sutter has drawn attention for his work as a writer and executive producer at FX’s Shield. as created sons of anarchy, which lasted from 2008 to 2014, and executioner bastard, which was broadcast in 2015. He wrote the script for South Bow, a 2015 boxing film starring Jake Gyllenhaal. invent Mayan MCWho will start his fourth season next year with Elgin James.


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