If you still haven't watched the blood-soaked FX drama Sons of Anarchy, you might want to get on that. It appears that the biker drama, which told the story of Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) and the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, is leaving Netflix effective Dec. 1. The news was first reported by What's on Netflix.
Sons of Anarchy ran for seven seasons on FX and remains one of the network's most popular shows. Its successful spin-off, Mayans M.C., will wrap up its freshman season Tuesday and promises a significant Sons of Anarchy connection. So the news of SOA's removal from the streaming service is coming at an interesting time, even if it's probably not all that surprising.
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FX has already pulled a number of its popular series from Netflix, including Archer and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. But it's not as if these shows are disappearing from the planet: a number of current and former FX and FXX programs can be found on the FX app or Hulu. Honestly, the only reason this news might be considered surprising is that Sons of Anarchy wasn't among the shows listed as leaving the streaming service at the end of November.
But also, the show went off the air in 2014. If you haven't watched it by now, it's not because you haven't had the time.