‘Sons of Anarchy’ Creator Responds to Emmy Snub With Angry Defense of Show That’s ‘Too Loud, Too Violent, Too Brash’ for TV Awards

Aug 4, 2010  •  Post A Comment

In his blog, Kurt Sutter, creator of FX’s "Sons of Anarchy," let go with his true feelings about the show being shut out of Emmy consideration, The Washington Post reports.

Sutter wrote: "We are the dirty-faced outlaws who no one wants in their clean white town. We are too loud, too violent, too brash."

Sutter also took shots at "Glee" and "Law & Order: SVU," two shows that received Emmy nominations, the article says.


  1. KS, untwist your undies and consider the possibility that your show is just too… mediocre.

  2. oh, you don’t watch the show. it’s really one of the top dramas on tv. it’s kind of like the wire that it got snubbed
    btw, kurt’s blog post was the day of the emmy announcements. he then wrote another post somewhat apologizing about it because of all the negative press that took it out of context. this is pathetically old news

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