Fans of the long-running TV series 'Sons of Anarchy' are eagerly waiting the Autumn of 2014 when the show's seventh and final season will air on FX Network.
The sixth season saw many brutal deaths including that of Jax's wife Tara (Maggie Siff), who was murdered by her mother-in-law Gemma.
There is a good chance that Jax's former wife Wendy will return to take care of his children. The rumour of a hot romance between Tig Trager (Kim Coates) and Venus Van Dam is also buzzing among die-hard fans of SAMCRO.
Sutter and his writers are already busy framing the first episode of the final season of the bikers' drama.
The creator has also hinted that the final series will see fewer deaths and more importance being given to the psyche of the characters.
Sutter has also teased fans with titbits about how the situation will force Jax to be his own 'moral compass' and how his life will shape up in the final season.
"It really is Jax completely untethered and on his own in the final season," Sutter told examiner.com.
"It would be difficult if I got rid of characters like Tig and Juice and Chibs, especially with Opie gone. They feel like family to people. You have to be very careful not to be arbitrary in terms of who lives and who dies," Sutter added.
Earlier, Sons of Anarchy executive producer Paris Barclay tweeted about considering former Glee star Lea Michele for the show's seventh season. Sutter responded positively to the suggestion by tweeting "Smoking hot. All class. Charming could use a p--- upgrade. And count on me to keep us in the gutter."
Other stars touted as series regulars for the final season of the bikers' drama are Niko Nicotera and David Labrava, entertainment website deadline.com reported.
Season 7 will premiere in September 2014 but the date is yet to be finalised.