Last winter, I started to watch FX's "Sons of Anarchy". Mostly because I needed a new show and I was feeling withdrawal from "The Shield". Since I'd heard good things about it and it was created by "Shield" writer Kurt Sutter, I thought I'd give it a shot.
Very quickly I was hooked. It's an adrenaline-fueled rush of pure awesomeness.
It focuses on a biker gang in a fictional California town. But it's about much more than crime and guns and loose women. It's about place, community, and family. Some call it Hamlet on wheels, and that's not far off.
Sutter's thoughts on season three here.
And it has an awesome theme song: