The spin-off is in its 'preliminary stages' and will follow rival motorcycle gang the Mayans
Son Of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter is reportedly developing a spin-off series.
The spin-off is said to be in its “preliminary stages” but will apparently follow the Mayans, a California-based motorcycle gang that has often pitted itself SAMCRO, the gang at the heart of the main Sons Of Anarchy series.
Sutter will serve as an executive producer on the spin-off, Entertainment Weekly reports, but is now looking for a show runner to handle its day-to-day running.
Sons Of Anarchy, whose cast was led by Charlie Hunnam and Katey Sagal, drew to a close last year after a successful seven-year run on FX. Courtney Love had a small guest role in season seven as a school teacher.
In the past, Kurt Sutter has discussed the possibility of making a prequel series set in the 1960s, but FX hasn’t confirmed whether the series he is developing now is conceived as a prequel.
Meanwhile, AMC’s new The Walking Dead spin-off series, which is titled Fear The Walking Dead, premiered in the US over the weekend and scored the best ever debut by a US cable series.