Motorcycle (and violent gang) enthusiasts around the web should be flocking to Netflix for its April 25th addition to the instant streaming lineup: the seventh and final season of Sons of Anarchy. The series followed Jax Teller and his California-based motorcyclists through run-ins with rival gangs, law enforcement, and cartels, and was hailed as one of the best original series to emerge from FX.
April was a decidedly triumphant month for Netflix’s acquisition list, with Marvel’s Daredevil (which, as a matter of fact, was just cleared for a second season), Noah, and Kate Beckinsale’s Underworld all being added to the rosters. The peculiar announcement of Anarchy’s final season arrival was the cherry on top of the streaming cake.
FX once provided streaming for full episodes of Sons of Anarchy, but the feature is now listed as “unavailable” on their official website. If you’re looking to catch up on the entire show before you delve into the last few episodes, however, you’re in luck: Netflix has the entirety of Sons of Anarchy available for instant streaming.
Check out the first season trailer, if you haven’t already seen it: