Sons of Anarchy is a series that has featured a castration and the burning of a man character's daughter alive, among other intense/violent/frightening developments.
So it makes one wonder what creator Kurt Sutter could be referring to when he says a scene on the Sons of Anarchy Season 6 premiere will be especially "controversial."
"I know obviously that it would be somewhat controversial, but I feel like as much as I wouldn’t do something because it was controversial, I’m also not going to do something because it is," Sutter told reporters last week at the Television Critics Association press tour.
He added that this mysterious event will serve as the "catalyst for the third act of this morality play we're doing" and that it "is not being done to be sensational."
Sons of Anarchy Season 6 premiere on September 10 and Sutter has said many times he plans for the show only last seven total seasons.
One final tease for what's to come? For what will apparently leave millions of folks buzzing?
"It’s an organic story to our world; thematically, it’s the right fit."