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‘Sons of Anarchy’ Season 6 Spoilers: How Viewers Can Get Burning Questions Answered

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“Sons of Anarchy” season 6 spoilers will start coming out in a different way that viewers should really love. The series’ creator, Kurt Sutter, made a deal with fans. Instead of doing a Q&A on Twitter every Friday night, he wants to mix things up a bit by asking viewers to videotape themselves asking their most burning questions and to offer theories on what’s ahead on season 6.

Sutter informed fans that he’s interested in hearing what they have to say and wants to answer any questions they have about season 6. Of course, he wouldn’t reveal ALL the secrets coming up in “Sons of Anarchy,” but it’s a way for fans to be more involved and keep Sutter from being too bored with the weekly updates.

The “Sons of Anarchy” creator and writer just has a few requests from fans participating in this fun venture; he asks that everyone be fully dressed, no death threats, and nothing too explicit. Sounds reasonable. A lot of people in the entertainment industry encounter all types of footage when they make a proposal like this.

To be part of this Q&A project, email videos to

Even if fans don’t send recorded videos to Sutter, they’ll get a chance to hear questions others ask they’re curious about themselves. It’s a creative way to include viewers in being part of a show they’ve helped make so popular on FX.

Is this something you’re interested in doing with the hopes of learning about more spoilers?

“Sons of Anarchy” season 6 premieres Wed., Sept. 11 on FX at 10 p.m., ET/PT.

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