Fans of FX's brutal biker drama "Sons of Anarchy" get their second season premiere tonight, after having suffered through last season's ender in which a club-ordered hit went horribly wrong. Part of tonight's premiere will be spent cleaning up that mess, but also tending to new business.
New business of course means new villains for the Sons of Anarchy Club. Adam Arkin is on board this season as the head of a ruthless local white separatist group, and rocker Henry Rollins plays his his enforcer.
Returning from season 1, Ron Perlman is the biker club leader, and Charlie Hunnam plays Jax, the son of club's dead founder. Katy Sagal plays Jax's mother.
"Sons" creator Kurt Sutter was one of the head writers for FX's brilliant cop show, "The Shield." TV critic Alan Sepinwall of the New Jersey Star Ledger, has a great review here of the "Sons" second season, in which he explores the similarities between the show and "The Shield" and also "The Sopranos."
"Sons of Anarchy" airs on FX at 10pm.