Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter is eyeing his next project after he wraps season seven next year and it looks like he’s staying at FX…
Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter has one more season to go of his outlaw biker drama before bringing the most popular show in FX history to a close.
It doesn’t mean, however, that Sutter’s time at FX will be done as well.
The popular writer/director took to Twitter on Tuesday night to engage in a fan Q&A since his show was on hiatus for a week, and when he was asked about his next project it sounds like Sutter is staying home with FX.
RT @DaRealRian Any plans for a new project after SOA or is it time for a break? yes, i will hopefully be doing another show for FX.
— kurt sutter (@sutterink) November 27, 2013
Sutter has never kept it a secret how much he likes working with the executives at FX, particularly naming president John Landgraf and his commitment to allow writers to see their visions come to life creatively without a ton of interference from the network.
The always outspoken Sutter has taken a number of shots at other networks like AMC for their ability to stifle creative voices or in some cases dismantling certain shows for the sake of other programs they produce.
Sutter has been working with FX for a number of years already after writing The Shield for a number of seasons before developing Sons of Anarchy. He also wrote a script for a dark comedy called ‘Diva.Clown.Killer‘ that was picked up for a pilot by the network, although there’s no word if his desire to stay at FX has anything to do with this particular show.
Sutter wrapped production on Sons of Anarchy a few weeks back as the show heads towards the seasons six finale, which airs on FX on Tuesday, December 10 at 10pm ET/PT. The final season of Sons of Anarchy will air next year on FX with the season most likely kicking off in September 2014.