Season 7 refers, collectively, to the 13 episodes which comprise the seventh, and final, season of the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Making its debut on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 to a total viewership of 6.20 million viewers, the season makes its appearance with the episode, "Black Widower". Viewership fluctuated as new episodes aired on subsequent Tuesdays, airing over a duration of an 92 day period. The series' final season came to an end on Tuesday, December 9, 2014, airing to a viewership of 6.40 million viewers, with its finale episode, "Papa's Goods".
|"Black Widower"||Writer: Kurt Sutter||Director: Paris Barclay||September 9, 2014||#701|
|Jax makes vengeance a club priority in the wake of Tara's death.
|"Toil and Till"||Writer: Charles Murray & Kurt Sutter||Director: Billy Gierhart||September 16, 2014||#702|
|SAMCRO solicits help from another Charter to get a messy job done.
|"Playing with Monsters"||Writer: Peter Elkoff & Kurt Sutter||Director: Craig Yahata||September 23, 2014||#703|
|SAMCRO exploits an opportunity to secure an important alliance.
|"Poor Little Lambs"||Writer: Kem Nunn & Kurt Sutter||Director: Guy Ferland||September 30, 2014||#704|
|A past effort to help one ally lead to trouble with another.
|"Some Strange Eruption"||Writer: Roberto Patino & Kurt Sutter||Director: Peter Weller||October 7, 2014||#705|
|Looking for the source of a betrayal leads to violence at the Stockton Ports.
|"Smoke 'em if You Got 'em"||Writer: Mike Daniels & Kurt Sutter||Director: Guy Ferland||October 14, 2014||#706|
|Jax takes advantage of shifting alliances to protect the MC and settle a score.
|"Greensleeves"||Writer: Gladys Rodriguez, Josh Botana & Kurt Sutter||Director: Paris Barclay||October 21, 2014||#707|
|In order to undermine a powerful club enemy SAMCRO makes an unlikely partnership.
|"The Separation of Crows"||Writer: Peter Elkoff, John Barcheski & Kurt Sutter||Director: Charles Murray||October 28, 2014||#708|
|The club focuses on flushing out a rat with the search for a missing member at a standstill.
|"What a Piece of Work is Man"||Writer: Mike Daniels, Roberto Patino & Kurt Sutter||Director: Peter Weller||November 4, 2014||#709|
|The club deals with heartache internally and conflict with the organization at large.
|"Faith and Despondency"||Writer: Kem Nunn, Gladys Rodriguez & Kurt Sutter||Director: Paris Barclay||November 11, 2014||#710|
|Love is in the air for SAMCRO members but death wins the day.
|"Suits of Woe"||Writer: Peter Elkoff, & Mike Daniels & Kurt Sutter||Director: Jack Bender||November 18, 2014||#711|
|The SOA organization bears down on SAMCRO; Jax comes face to face with an ugly truth.
|"Red Rose"||Writer: Kurt Sutter & Charles Murray||Director: Paris Barclay||December 2, 2014||#712|
|With tensions mounting and truths finally revealed, Jax must make the ultimate decision.
|"Papa's Goods"||Writer: Kurt Sutter||Director: Kurt Sutter||December 9, 2014||#713|
|Ghosts loom large as Jax makes the final moves to fulfill his father's legacy.
- Charlie Hunnam as Jackson 'Jax' Teller (13/13 episodes)
- Katey Sagal as Gemma Teller Morrow (13/13 episodes)
- Mark Boone Junior as Robert 'Bobby' Munson (9/13 episodes)
- Dayton Callie as Wayne Unser (13/13 episodes)
- Kim Coates as Alex 'Tig' Trager (13/13 episodes)
- Drea de Matteo as Wendy Case (13/13 episodes)
- Tommy Flanagan as Filip 'Chibs' Telford (13/13 episodes)
- David Labrava as Happy Lowman (12/13 episodes)
- Niko Nicotera as George 'Ratboy' Skogstrom (12/13 episodes)
- Theo Rossi as Juan Carlos 'Juice' Ortiz (12/13 episodes)
Special Guest CastEdit
- Annabeth Gish as Althea Jarry (11/13 episodes)
- Kenneth Choi as Henry Lin (4/13 episodes)
- Courtney Love as Ms. Harrison (4/13 episodes)
- Peter Weller as Charles Barosky (4/13 episodes)
- Walton Goggins as Venus Van Dam (3/13 episodes)
- CCH Pounder as Tyne Patterson (2/13 episodes)
- Michael Chiklis as Milo (2/13 episodes)
- Robert Patrick as Les Packer ("Red Rose" episode)
Recurring Cast Edit
- Rusty Coones as Rane Quinn (13/13)
- Hayley McFarland as Brooke Putner (9/13)
- Mo McRae as Tyler Yost (9/13)
- Michael Ornstein as Chuck Marstein (9/13)
- Jacob Vargas as Allesandro Montez (9/13)
- Ivo Nandi as Oscar El Oso Ramos (7/13)
- Winter Ave Zoli as Lyla Winston (6/13)
- Emilio Rivera as Marcus Alvarez (6/13)
- Marilyn Manson as Ron Tully (6/13)
- Michael Beach as T.O. Cross (5/13)
- Ron Yuan as Ryu Tom (5/13)
- April Grace as Loutreesha Haddem (5/13)
- Arjay Smith as Grant McQueen (5/13)
- Billy Brown as August Marks (4/13)
- Mathew St. Patrick as Moses Cartwright (4/13)
- Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Sticky (3/13)
- Scott Anderson as Connor Malone (3/13)
- Michael Shamus Wiles as Jury White (3/13)
- Brad Carter as Leland Gruen (3/13)
- Tony Curran as Gaines (3/13)
- Rey Gallegos as Fiasco (2/13)
- Douglas Bennett as Orlin West (2/13)
- Kim Dickens as Colette Jane (2/13)
- Inbar Lavi as Winsome (2/13)
- Bob McCracken as Brendan Roarke (2/13)
- Jason Barry as Declan (2/13)
- Jonathan Haddem - Shot in the head by Jax Teller. ("Black Widower")
- Chris Dun - Stabbed in the head by Jax Teller. ("Black Widower")
- Gib O'Leary - Shot in the head by Bobby Munson. ("Toil and Till")
- Renny - Shot in the chest by Chibs Telford. ("Toil and Till")
- Chester Kray - Shot in the back by Jax Teller. ("Playing with Monsters")
- Cane - Shot in the head by one of Leland's men. ("Poor Little Lambs")
- Orlin West - Killed off screen by members of the Lin Triad. ("Poor Little Lambs")
- Colette Jane - Killed off screen by members of the Lin Triad. ("Poor Little Lambs")
- Kiki - Killed off screen by members of the Lin Triad. ("Poor Little Lambs")
- Desmond Harnigan - Shot in the head by Charles Barosky. ("Some Strange Eruption")
- Dulain - Shot in the head by T.O. Cross. ("Smoke 'em if You Got 'em")
- Adam Greenblatt - Impaled on a piece of glass by Jax Teller. ("Greensleeves")
- Jury White - Shot in the face by Jax Teller. ("The Separation of Crows")
- Bobby Munson - Shot in the head by August Marks. ("What a Piece of Work is Man")
- Scoot - Shot in the chest numerous times by Tig Trager. ("Faith and Despondency")
- Leland Gruen - Shot in the chest by Wayne Unser. ("Faith and Despondency")
- Moses Cartwright - Shot in the head by Jax Teller. ("Faith and Despondency")
- Henry Lin - Stabbed in the throat several times by Juice Ortiz. ("Suits of Woe")
- Juice Ortiz - Stabbed in the neck multiple times by Ron Tully. ("Red Rose")
- Wayne Unser - Shot in the chest by Jax Teller. ("Red Rose")
- Gemma Teller Morrow - Shot in the head by Jax Teller. ("Red Rose")
- Declan - Shot in the head by Chibs Telford. ("Papa's Goods")
- Brendan Roarke - Shot in the head by Jax Teller. ("Papa's Goods")
- Charles Barosky - Shot in the head by Jax Teller. ("Papa's Goods")
- August Marks - Shot multiple times in the chest by Jax Teller. ("Papa's Goods")
- Jax Teller - Intentionally crashed his bike into Milo's truck. ("Papa's Goods")
- Numerous unnamed citizens - Shot by SAMCRO or the Lin Triad.
- Numerous unnamed Lin Triad members - Shot by SAMCRO.
- Numerous unnamed One-Niners - Shot by SAMCRO or the Mayans.
- Numerous unnamed members of Dulain's crew - Shot by SAMCRO & the Mayans.
- At least 3 Aryans - Shot by members of Marks Incorporated or Jax Teller.
- Numerous unnamed members of Marks Incorporated - Shot by SAMCRO or Otis & his crew.
- This is the first and only season not to feature any prospects (apart from when SAMCRO invite the first black member - who has the prospect jacket on but they decide NOT to make him a prospect and have him as a full member).
- This is the first season in which five main charcters die: Bobby ("What a Piece of Work is Man"), Juice, Wayne and Gemma ("Red Rose") and finally Jax ("Papa's Goods").
- This is the first season in which Maggie Siff (Tara) and Ron Perlman (Clay) do not appear in any episodes, due to their character's deaths in the previous season.