Sons of Anarchy
Kurt Sutter, creator and executive producer of the drama series "Sons of Anarchy", participates in a panel discussion during FX Networks' portion of the 2014 Television Critics Association Cable Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California July 21, 2014. Reuters/Kevork Djansezian

Charlie Hunnam, the star of “Sons of Anarchy,” will be seen at the cast reunion, due to be held in Houston, Texas, at the Space City Comic Con between May 27 and 29. While “Sons of Anarchy” fans are eagerly awaiting news on Hunnam’s re-appearance in the prequel, it would be interesting if he reveals any plans of a comeback during the event. If at all he is out of “Sons of Anarchy” for good, why would he be present at the event? Moreover, show creator Kurt Sutter and wife Katey Sagal are also expected to make an appearance at the event.

“It's not a bad thing; we've talked to them. They've said 'yes' they want to come; they're excited. Their problem is that they're scouting locations for their new series, they don't know their schedule yet; their schedule changes day by day. When they know what they can offer us, they'll tell us. It could be running in for the big panel on Saturday and leaving,” Space City promoter George Comits told the Houston Press when asked whether the show creator will be present at the event or not.

In an earlier interview with Deadline, Sutter had discussed Charlie Hunnam, who played Jax Teller in “Sons of Anarchy,” and how he bonded with the actor in London. He even called Hunnam “family” and said he wanted to work with him again.

Sutter had also revealed that the “Sons of Anarchy” prequel will run for 10 to 12 episodes and will show the events before Jax Teller’s birth. It will also show how the biker’s club was developed and how Nam and John Teller (Jax’s father) established their relationship.

A new Twitter update from Sutter has nudged fans again, who are hunting spoilers and cast member Twitter profiles for updates.

“Mayans MC spinoff just got one step closer. I'm very excited about this story. Dark and beautiful. #MayansMC,” Sutter tweeted.

It is rumoured that the spinoff will be set in the present day with occasional crossovers with surviving characters. However, Sutter may also explore the biker subculture from a Spanish point of view. A show runner, fluent in the biker culture, may also be hired by Sutter as he does not want only his experience to be highlighted in the spinoff.

FX Networks CEO John Landgraf, in an interview with zap2it, revealed that Sutter had started working on the prequel. After pulling the plug on “The Bastard Executioner,” Sutter reportedly has more time in hand to develop the prequel and a spinoff on the rival motorcycle gang Mayans. However, Landgraf said that he does not have anything concrete to share as he is not aware of details about the prequel.