Katey Sagal And Kurt Sutter
Actress Katey Sagal, star of FX cable channel series "Sons of Anarchy", arrives with her husband Kurt Sutter, creator of the series, at the premiere screening of season three in Hollywood, California August 30, 2010. REUTERS/Fred Prouser REUTERS

After wrapping up his FX biker drama series, "Sons of Anarchy," Kurt Sutter is gearing up for his new project, "The Bastard Executioner," and was pleased to announce that his first draft was a big success. Now moving to the next phase, the SOA series creator tweeted the good news on Jan. 12 that both FX and 21st Century Fox liked his proposal and gave him the greenlight to start the show's casting.

After quipping about him being a fraud, the controversial showrunner previously revealed on "WTFSutter" that he will be using some of his British actors from "Sons of Anarchy." Set in the 14th century, the medieval show tells the story of a knight under King Edward III, who vows not use his sword but violence finds him again where he is forced to pick up the bloodiest sword of all.

1st draft of #TBX being sent to studio/network today. I always assume every script will be the one they found out I'm a fraud.

— kurt sutter (@sutterink) January 7, 2015

While Sutter is focusing on the show's pilot, his SOA co-director and executive producer Paris Barclay tweeted recently that he is heading to Wales and even used the "#TBX" hashtag to inform fans about their newest project. With the network and the studio backing them up, "The Bastard Executioner" is expected to start shooting in spring for its fall 2015 premiere with Barclay moving forward with the casting.

Real life couple Katey Sagal, known for her role as SAMCRO's matriarch Gemma Teller, and Kurt Sutter are scheduled to reunite for the second time around. The actress confirmed her involvement to her husband's new show but still did not divulge any information about her role.

Meanwhile, "Sons of Anarchy" lead star Charlie Hunnam might play a role as a drug dealer in "American Drug Lord" written by "American Sniper" scribe Jason Hall. The British Hunk is currently gearing up to play King Arthur in Guy Ritchie's upcoming movie and is set to reprise his role in Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim 2."

After playing Jax Teller for seven seasons, Hunnam is up and ready to try new roles after backing out from "Fifty Shades of Grey." With so many projects coming his way, the 34-year-old lad is slowly becoming one of Hollywood A-listers joining the ranks of Channing Tatum, Chris Hemsworth and Ryan Reynolds.