In an industry where honesty is such a lonely word, the creator of a hit TV show says what he thinks on line. We talk to Kurt Sutter of Sons of Anarchy about his blog, Sutterink. Plus an Academy Award-winning writer on how show business is like every other business we know.
FROM THIS EPISODE
Some of Sutter's favorite TV-biz websites/blogs:
TV by the Numbers
Some of Sutter's favorite crisics' blogs:
Some of Sutter's favorite motorcycle blogs:
Northwest Harley blog
Fat Bob's blog
Some of Sutter's favorite sobriety blogs
Other blogs Kurt loves:
visual blog/michael ornstein - mmo22.com/#37956/michael-marisi-ornstein
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