By Marcus James Dixon
Nov 18 2014 22:08 Pm
So many secrets were revealed during the "Suits of Woe" episode of "Sons of Anarchy" that we wouldn't blame you for overlooking the career-best performance given by star Charlie Hunnam Tuesday night.
Accent aside, Hunnam's riveting, emotional performance as Jax Teller showed why this UK actor deserves his very first Emmy nomination. After seven years playing such a popular character, why has Hunnam never been nominated before by America's highest TV honor?
"Sons of Anarchy" viewers are used to seeing Hunnam playing the noble (yet troubled) President of the motorcycle club, yet he's never received any awards honors for his work. Surprisingly, besides a sole Critics' Choice TV Award nomination in 2012, Hunnam hasn't been nominated for anything else.
Written by Peter Elkoff, Mike Daniels and creator Kurt Sutter and directed by Peter Weller, "Suits of Woe" was the episode that "SoA" fans have been waiting for all year. Jax finally discovered the truth behind his wife's murder as Gemma (Katey Sagal) bolted from Charming to parts unknown. How will this reveal affect the story going forward? That's to be determined.
Can Hunnam break through at the 2015 Emmys to receive his first nomination as Best Drama Actor for "Sons of Anarchy"? Let's consider the factors working for and against this Gold Derby Emmy MVP.
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