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SONS OF ANARCHY Creator Rolls to OUTLAW EMPIRES To Discovery
Kurt Sutter’s reputation in the cable TV game is firmly cemented, at least as far as we here at the Complex are concerned, by virtue of the introduction of Sons of Anarchy into the bloodstream of the American television viewing audience. That alone would earn him all the cred he needs to grab a seat at the head of the table.
Now, just to show off, Sutter will turn his fascination with all things transgressive toward a new Discovery series entitled Kurt Sutter’s Outlaw Empires, which will take audiences on a grand tour of the inner workings of a variety of criminal American institutions. According to Deadline, Empires will be a six-parter that covers a different group with each episode. Included on the list of subjects are the Crips, Outlaw Bikers, the Irish Mob, Nuestra Familia, the Italian Mafia, and the Aryan Brotherhood.
Sutter claims that the documentary series will make no attempt to pass judgement upon any of these groups, but rather will seek to create an objective documentation of what it is like to take part in a criminal organization. No word as to whether Sutter’s affiliation with Rupert Murdoch’s NewsCorp will serve as any type of background material for the series.
I’m always happy to sink my teeth into new content in regards to any of the organizations listed above. I am particularly interested Sutter’s approach to covering Nuestra Familia, which has its origins rooted in the friendly confines of the California State Correctional System.
Sutter’s work on Sons of Anarchy will no doubt bring in a good percentage of what is turning out to be one of the more rabid fanbases for any show on television, which I suppose is fine, so long as they promise to keep the noise down. The definite way in which the subject matter is laid out in the source article leads me to believe that the series is pretty much in the can, so it will only be a matter of time before the groups described above are unleashed into the American living room, though one would hope, at least to a degree, that they are released one at a time.