The series creator says he has had discussions with FX about doing a prequel to the drama series and 'they are open to it.'
Another hit TV series may get a spin-off. After AMC greenlit "Breaking Bad" and "The Walking Dead" spin-offs, Kurt Sutter now reveals that he has had ideas for a possible "Sons of Anarchy" prequel. "I've had discussions with the network about it, and I think they are open to it," the series creator said at Sons for Sandy Relief event in Asbury Park, N.J., on Sunday, November 10.
On what could be the focus of the prequel series, he dished, "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."
In the meantime, Sutter is fully occupied with mapping out season 7 of the Charlie Hunnam-starring series. "I always have a sense of where a season is going to start halfway through the previous season," he said.
"I think about it enough so I lay track to it, and I kind of know where I want it to start. I try not to think about it too specifically. I try to give it some downtime and let it breathe a little bit. Then I'll come back with my writers at the end of January and start up again."
"SOA" season 6 airs Tuesdays at 10 P.M. ET on FX.