"It's the same [biker] subculture, but it'd be interesting to see the influences of that culture and how it impacts the subculture we already understand," Sutter told Deadline. "I would do a contemporary piece, not a prequel, and place it far enough away from Northern California that it wouldn't step on the mythology that's already been told. It doesn't mean that there couldn't be some cool, ironic crossovers with familiar characters as the series progressed. I wouldn't want to set it too close to the world we already know, and step on that."
Since most of our favorite Sons characters didn't survive the bloody final season, we're not sure who exactly Sutter has in mind. But whatever!
The new spin-off, however, has not impact on the much-rumored Sons prequel Sutter is still kicking around. "At some point I do have plans to hopefully do the prequel, which I do see as a one-off 10- or 12-episode thing where we begin in 'Nam and see John Teller and Piney and see how that relationship got created, and bring them back to the States and the obvious external dynamics that were going on with the country and the perception of the war and what an odd kind of perception these vets got when they returned home," Sutter said. "And then have it be the development of the club, ending before we start to get too close to some of the mythology that's already been established."
Who would you want to see return in the spin-off?