Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Tosh.9


Circle the Wagons fan-boys; Is Daniel Tosh, currently under contract with Comedy Central (owned by Viacom), being considered by Kurt Sutters production company for new pivotal role in an upcoming "prequel" series slated to follow the popular Sons of Anarchy after their final 7th season on the FX Network (produced by Fox21., a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox)? Rumored to be anchored by a younger male lead of an already established character, this could only mean that he would fill the shoes of Clarence "Clay" Morrow or perhaps, John "JT" Teller the founder and first President of SAMCRO, first husband of Gemma Teller-Morrow and father of Jackson Teller? Needless to say, the S.O.A. internet chat-rooms were in a fury this morning... in both North and West Hollywood.

Kurt Sutter has been previously qouted as saying "I informally pitched the 1st 9 series to FX. It would be a much different show." Oh Snap! Although the possible "Sons of Anarchy" prequel series is admittedly just a notion at this point, the early response from fans seems to indicate that there is a real demand to discover the story behind the "First 9" members of the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle club. Over the course of each season, fans have gotten a few tantalizing glimpses of SAMCRO's past. But there's still a lot of secrets in that closet.

Other possibilities include the six remaining members of the Original 9; Piermont "Piney" Winston, Keith McGee, Lenny "The Pimp" Janowitz, Wally Grazer, Thomas "Uncle Tom" Whitney, Chico Vellenueva, or Otto "Lil' Killer" Moran. Regardless of the role he's cast for, the eventual announcement will surely both spark excitement and unease within the Sons Of Anarchy community! (His involvement should be considered strictly a RUMOR at this point and nothing more)

Enhanced photo shows what Daniel Tosh might look like as a cast member on "First 9"

wtf Sutter?

1 comment:

WhitelinePsycho said...

Oh fuck . . . I can barely contain my enthusiasm for more of that dross, ZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzz . . . appreciate the warning.