Mining what is turning out to be fertile cable terrain pioneered by AMC’s "The Walking Dead" and "Breaking Bad," an FX series will now have its own post-program talk show.
EW.com’s Inside TV reports that FX’s "Sons of Anarchy" is the latest series to get a complementary talk show, in which the events of each episode will be discussed. FX has picked up three episodes of the post-show program, which will air online.
The show will stream on the network’s website after the drama airs on the East Coast, the story says. The after-show will be hosted by Chris Franjola of "Chelsea Lately."
The report notes: "On Twitter, creator Kurt Sutter confirmed the show will follow a similar format to the AMC after-shows, with ‘cast members, celebrity superfan and me’ appearing."
The three after-show episodes are scheduled to accompany the season 6 premiere (set for Sept. 10), the season’s fifth episode and the season finale.
AMC’s "The Walking Dead" has the companion show "Talking Dead," while "Breaking Bad" has "Talking Bad."