The show ended in 2014, but fan theories about Sons of Anarchy (SOA) are still plentiful. As with all the best shows to binge watch, the Sons of Anarchy ending - as well as its beginning and virtually everything in between those two points - have inspired rampant speculation about the curious world these unforgettable characters inhabited.
What is the Jax Teller death theory? What became of Tig, arguably the show's most fascinating character? And who was the homeless woman who appeared routinely throughout the entire series?
These are merely a few of the questions that fans have grappled with, spinning fanciful ideas about who the SOA characters may have been, where they've ended up, and their connections to other television shows. It's the mark of truly great television that years after the final episode aired, there remains everything from a Sons of Anarchy finale theory to elaborate fantasies about beloved characters running off and getting married.
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