Action! Suspense! Romance! Now, on a completely different note...
In a world where only white people deaths matter, Sons of Anarchy is about a gaggle of trashy hicks that kill people and make money with bare-minimal consequences. Get your grandma's typewriter out and stat taking notes, because you'll be swamped by so many names and convoluted plot points, Leonardo DiCaprio drowning at the end of Titanic will start looking like a lot of fun.
Besides being unfathomably hard to follow, this show takes a bunch of people that are difficult to like and makes them even less likable as the series drags its saggy butt cheeks onward. What's that brown streak on the ground? Why, that's Jackson Teller! Our main protagonist. He probably kills 100 people throughout the series, ruins innocent lives, screws up his kids, torments his own mother... super likable. The show starts with Jackson trying to get out of the gun business. Meanwhile in season 7... the show is STILL about Jackson trying to get out of the gun business.
This show is just people asking other people if they can talk in private. There were even private conversations within private conversations. I spent half of the show trying to remember who knew what secrets. Every episode was like Christmas since I always got another convoluted plot point to unwrap. Though, in the end, the only jolly saint in the show was Katey Sagal (AL!). She has a belly full of botox jelly, but don't put your kids on her lap just yet. She changes personalities so often, I feel the need to call an exorcist every time I see her.
Sons of Anarchy was confusing, predictable, and chalked full of so many plot holes, it can't even hold gravy. All of the worst people in the show continued to be rewarded while everyone with any worth is sent to The Reaper without even a good song playing in the background. Marilyn Manson playing a murderous Neo Nazi doesn't even get a slap on the wrist. It had a few good moments, but it ended up vomiting up every bit of quirkiness and turning the fun moments into a circus built upon the foundations of chronic masturbation. Hardly any of the conclusions were satisfying either. If you're interested in starting the show, then you can just watch the first and last episodes. You probably won't even notice missing plot points.