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Mayans M.C.

American crime drama television series

Mayans M.C. is an American crime drama television series created by Kurt Sutter and Elgin James, that premiered on September 4, 2018, on FX. The show takes place in the same fictional universe as Sons of Anarchy and deals with the Sons' rivals-turned-allies, the Mayans Motorcycle Club. In October 2018, FX renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on September 3, 2019. In November 2019, the series was renewed for a third season which premiered on March 16, 2021.[1][2]

In May 2021, the series was renewed for a fourth season, which is set to premiere in 2022.[3]

Premise[edit]

Mayans M.C. takes place two-and-a-half years after the events of Sons of Anarchy[4] and is set hundreds of miles away in the fictional California border town of Santo Padre. The series focuses on the struggles of Ezekiel "EZ" Reyes, a prospect in the charter of the Mayans M.C. based on the U.S.–Mexico border. EZ is the gifted son of a proud Mexican family, whose American dream was snuffed out by cartel violence. Now, his need for vengeance drives him toward a life he never intended and can never escape.[5]

Cast and characters[edit]

See also: List of Sons of Anarchy and Mayans M.C. characters

Main[edit]

  • J. D. Pardo as Ezekiel "EZ" Reyes, a former prospect now full patch member of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter who joined the club following his release from prison. He's the younger brother of fellow club member Angel Reyes, who sponsored him during his time as a prospect, and is the son of Felipe and Marisol Reyes. He later starts a relationship with Gaby Castillo.
  • Clayton Cardenas as Angel Reyes, a full patch member and later El Secretario (Secretary) of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. He's the older brother of EZ and the son of Felipe and Marisol. He later has a relationship with Adelita and is the father of her child but later becomes engaged to Nails.
  • Sarah Bolger as Emily Galindo (née Thomas), EZ's former childhood sweetheart, now the wife of Miguel Galindo and the mother of his son, Cristóbal Galindo II, who's named after Miguel's deceased brother. She is also the older sister of Erin Thomas.
  • Michael Irby as Obispo "Bishop" Losa, the Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. He is one of the three Kings of the Mayans M.C. and cousins with its founder Marcus Alvarez. He had a young son with Antonia Pena, Aidan Losa, who died in a car accident that continues to haunt him.
  • Carla Baratta as Luisa "Adelita" Espina, who as a child watched her family die at the hands of the Galindo Cartel. She is the leader of Los Olvidados (The Forgotten Ones), a group of Mexican rebels who are devoted to fighting the Galindo Cartel. She later has a relationship with Angel and gives birth to their child.
  • Richard Cabral as Johnny "El Coco" Cruz, a former Marine sniper and a former full patch member of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. He's the father of Leticia Cruz and the son of Celia. After being partially blinded in his right eye, he develops a severe painkiller addiction, which later progresses to heroin; ultimately leading to his ex-communication from the club.
  • Raoul Trujillo as Che "Taza" Romero, the Vice Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. He was also a former member of the Vatos Malditos M.C. but left after its president, El Palo, killed his own brother David, with whom Taza was in a secret relationship.
  • Antonio Jaramillo as Michael "Riz" Ariza, a Santo Padre local and Él Secretario of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. He is also the nephew of Vicki. (seasons 1–2)
  • Danny Pino as Miguel Galindo, the leader of the Galindo Cartel, a Mexican drug cartel, who took over leadership following the death of his father, and cartel founder, Jose Galindo. He's the husband of Emily, the father of her son Cristóbal and the son of Jose's widow Dita Galindo.
  • Edward James Olmos as Felipe Reyes, a once-strong Mexican patriarch who owns a butcher shop in Santo Padre. He is the father of Angel and EZ through his deceased wife Marisol and is later revealed as the biological father of Miguel through his former lover, Dita.
  • Emilio Rivera as Marcus Álvarez, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy as the now former national President, or El Padrino (The Godfather), of the Mayans M.C. and its Oakland Charter, the founding charter of the Mayans M.C. Prior to his departure, he chose three Kings to replace him to oversee the future of the club, including his cousin Bishop. Now the Galindo Cartel consejero, he advises its leader Miguel. (season 2–present; recurring season 1)[b]
  • Sulem Calderon as Gabriela "Gaby" Castillo, newly immigrated to the U.S. from Oaxaca, Mexico, she seeks to build a brighter future for herself and her family. After moving to Santo Padre, she starts a relationship with EZ until she leaves for Lodi to attend nursing school. (season 3; guest season 2)
  • Frankie Loyal as Hank "El Tranq" Loza, a former bare-knuckle brawler and El Pacificador (Sgt-at-Arms) of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. (season 4; recurring seasons 1–3)
  • Joseph Lucero as Neron "Creeper" Vargas, an ex-junkie from Los Angeles and Capitan Del Camino (Road Captain) of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. (season 4; recurring seasons 1–3)
  • Vincent “Rocco” Vargas as Gilberto "Gilly" Lopez, a good-natured mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter and a full patch member of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. (season 4; recurring seasons 1–3)

Recurring[edit]

  • Tony Plana as Devante Cano, the Galindo Cartel consejero who loyally served Jose Galindo and mentors his successor Miguel Galindo. (season 1)
  • Ada Maris as Dita Galindo, Miguel's mother and Jose's widow. She also has a history with Felipe Reyes, her former lover. (seasons 1–2; guest season 3)[c]
  • Gino Vento as Nestor Oceteva, the head of security for the Galindo Cartel and a childhood friend of Miguel's.
  • Joe Ordaz as Paco, Miguel's personal driver and a member of the Galindo Cartel. (seasons 1–3)
  • Maurice Compte as Kevin Jimenez, a highly regarded DEA agent who makes it his personal mission to take down the Galindo Cartel. (season 1)
  • Curtiss Cook as Larry Bowen, a DEA agent who works with Kevin on taking down the Galindo Cartel. (season 1)
  • Salvador Chacon as Pablo, the second-in-command of Los Olvidados who serves as Adelita's right-hand man. (seasons 1–3)
  • Melony Ochoa as Mini, also known as "La Ratona" (The Mouse), a child member of Los Olvidados who has a close relationship with Adelita.
  • Daniel Faraldo as Father Rodrigo, a Christian priest who preaches in Santo Padre and is an old friend of Felipe. He also has a history with Adelita's father, Pedro Espina. (season 1)
  • Alexandra Barreto as Antonia Pena, the mayor of Santo Padre and Katrina's wife. She is the former lover of Bishop and the mother of their deceased son, Aidan Losa. (seasons 1–3)
  • Michael Ornstein as Chuck "Chucky" Marstein, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy, who now works at a junkyard in Santo Padre for the Mayans M.C. He is later stated to have moved to Ohio. (seasons 1–2)
  • Ada Luz Pla as Celia, Coco's manipulative mother who works as a prostitute and raised her granddaughter Leticia Cruz as her own. (season 1; guest season 3)[c]
  • Emily Tosta as Leticia Cruz, Coco's daughter who was raised by her grandmother Celia for most of her life believing she was his younger sister.
  • Edwin Hodge as Franky Rogan, a police officer in the Santo Padre Police Department.
  • Ray McKinnon as Lincoln "Linc" James Potter, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy as the Assistant U.S. Attorney, now investigating both the Mayans M.C. and Los Olvidados. [d]
  • David Labrava as Happy Lowman, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy as the Sgt-at-Arms of SAMCRO (Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Originals), the founding charter of the Sons of Anarchy M.C. He is later the acting President of SAMDINO (Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, San Bernardino Charter). (season 2; guest seasons 1, 3)
  • Ivo Nandi as Oscar "El Oso" Ramos, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy as the Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Stockton Charter and one of the three Kings of the Mayans M.C. (seasons 2–3)
  • Jimmy Gonzales as Canche, the Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Yuma Charter and one of the three Kings of the Mayans M.C. (season 2–present)
  • Mía Maestro as Sederica Palomo, the governor of Baja California who works with Miguel Galindo in secret. (seasons 2–3)
  • Efrat Dor as Anna Linares, a government agent working with Lincoln Potter in the investigation of the Mayans M.C. and Los Olvidados. (season 2–present)
  • Mikal Vega as Hobart, a mercenary squad leader hired by Lincoln Potter to destroy Los Olvidados. (season 2)
  • Malaya Rivera Drew as Ileana, an old friend of Emily now working for the Santo Padre city council. (season 2)
  • Mike Beltran as Ibarra, the Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Tucson Charter and a close ally of the Santo Padre charter. (season 3; guest season 2)
  • Vanessa Giselle as Hope, a heroin addict who forms a close relationship with Coco. She is also a member of Isaac's drug community at Meth Mountain. (season 3–present; guest season 2)
  • Gregory Cruz as El Palo, El Unico (The One, aka President) of the Vatos Malditos Motorcycle Club, who make their money through human trafficking and recruit members without the prospecting process. He later patches over to the Mayans M.C., Yuma Charter. He is also the brother of Laura. (season 3; guest season 2)
  • Momo Rodriguez as Esteban "Steve" Estrada, a former prospect now full patch member of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter, who's dreamed of joining a M.C. his whole life. (season 3)
  • Justina Adorno as Stephanie, also known as "Nails", the bartender at the clubhouse of the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter. She later becomes pregnant with Angel's child after a recurring fling with him and they become engaged. (season 3–present)
  • Holland Roden as Erin Thomas, Emily Galindo's younger sister, who moves to Santo Padre to live with her and reconnect. (season 3–present)
  • JR Bourne as Isaac, the leader of a drug community based outside of Santo Padre at an encampment dubbed "Meth Mountain". (season 3)
  • Spenser Granese as Butterfly, a drug dealer and member of Isaac's drug community at Meth Mountain. (season 3)
  • Natalia Cordova-Buckley as Laura, El Palo's sister, who is distant from him for killing their brother. (season 3)

Guests[edit]

  • Robert Patrick as Les Packer, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy as the President of SAMDINO. (seasons 1–2)[d]
  • Emiliano Torres as Dondo, the Vice Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Stockton Charter. (season 1–present)
  • Peter Navy Tuiasosopo as Afa, the leader of the Basetown Tribe, a Samoan-American street gang based in San Bernardino. (season 1)
  • Monica Estrada as Maria, a housekeeper who works for Miguel Galindo, often looking after his son Cristóbal and caring for his mother Dita. (seasons 1–3)
  • Katey Sagal as Gemma Teller Morrow, reprising her role from Sons of Anarchy during a flashback as the matriarch of SAMCRO. (season 1)[e]
  • Noel G. as Louie, a member of the Dogwood Crew, a Mexican street gang based in Santo Padre. (seasons 1–3)
  • Diego Olmedo as Andres, a child member of Los Olvidados who acts as a mole for the Galindo Cartel. (season 1)
  • Elpidia Carrillo as Vicki, Riz's aunt and the owner of a discreet brothel outside Santo Padre which secretly hides a tunnel that goes under the Mexico-U.S. border. (seasons 1–3)
  • Rusty Coones as Rane Quinn, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy as a full patch member of SAMCRO. (seasons 1–2)
  • Ray Nicholson as Hallorann, a prospect for SAMCRO who is sponsored by Happy. (seasons 1–2)
  • Wilson Ramirez as Solis, the Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Sahuarita Charter. (season 2–present)
  • Roel Navarro as Pavia, the Vice Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Tucson Charter. (season 2–present)
  • Loki as Lobo, El Pacificador of the Mayans M.C., Tucson Charter. (season 2–present)
  • Yvonne Valadez as Marisol Reyes, the deceased mother of Angel & EZ Reyes and the wife of Felipe Reyes. She was killed by Happy Lowman after a murder-for-hire contract was placed on her and Felipe by Dita Galindo out of jealousy. She only appears through flashbacks. (seasons 2–3)
  • John Pirruccello as O'Grady, a corrupt detective in the Stockton Police Department who works with the Mayans M.C., Stockton Charter. (season 2–3)
  • Kikéy Castillo as Dr. Luna, the therapist of Dita Galindo in Santo Padre. (seasons 2–3)
  • Michael Anthony Perez as Luis, a member of the Galindo Cartel who often works with Marcus Alvarez as muscle. (season 2–present)
  • Elizabeth Frances as Katrina, the wife of Santo Padre mayor Antonia Pena. (seasons 2–3)
  • Tommy Flanagan as Filip "Chibs" Telford, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy as the President of SAMCRO. (season 2)[d]
  • Jacob Vargas as Allesandro Montez, reprising his role from Sons of Anarchy as the Road Captain of SAMCRO. He is also loosely affiliated with El Palo and the Vatos Malditos M.C. (seasons 2–3)
  • Hector Verdugo as Otero, the Vice Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Yuma Charter. (season 3–present)
  • Denise G. Sanchez as Alicia, a single mother who works with the Mayans M.C., Santo Padre Charter to earn money. (season 3)
  • Patricia de Leon as Diana Alvarez, the wife of Marcus Alvarez who lives in Santo Padre with him. (season 3)[f]
  • Judah Benjamin & Obadiah Abel as Cristóbal Galindo II, the young son of Miguel and Emily Galindo. (season 3)[g]
  • Keong Sim as Juan Denver, a drug smuggler for the Galindo Cartel who listens to and quotes John Denver songs. (season 3)
  • Alex Fernandez as Diaz, a founding member and Presidente of the Mayans M.C., Oakland Charter, taking over from Marcus Alvarez. (season 3–present)
  • Guillermo García as El Banquero, the leader of Lobos Nueva Generación, a radical orginization made up of the remnants of the Lobos Sonora Cartel, who were previously defeated by the Galindo Cartel under Jose Galindo. (season 3–present)

Mayans hierarchy[edit]

Season 1 Season 2 Season 3
PresidentObispo "Bishop" Losa
Vice PresidentChe "Taza" Romero
Sergeant at Arms (El Pacificador)Hank "El Tranq" Loza

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2018)[edit]

Main article: Mayans M.C. (season 1)

Season 2 (2019)[edit]

Main article: Mayans M.C. (season 2)

Season 3 (2021)[edit]

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On May 11, 2016, it was announced that FX had begun formal script development on a spinoff of the television series Sons of Anarchy. The long-rumored offshoot, entitled Mayans M.C., was created by Kurt Sutter and Elgin James, with James writing the pilot script and both executive producing. Production companies announced as being involved with the series included Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions.[36] On December 1, 2016, FX officially gave the production a pilot order. It was also announced that Sutter would direct the series' pilot episode.[37]

On July 5, 2017, it was announced that the pilot would be undergoing reshoots and that Norberto Barba would be replacing Sutter as director of the episode as Sutter planned to exclusively focus on the writing of the episode. Additionally, it was reported that various roles would be recast and that Barba would also be serving as an executive producer.[38]

On January 5, 2018, FX announced at the annual Television Critics Association's winter press tour that the production had been given a series order for a first season consisting of ten episodes.[39] On June 28, 2018, it was reported that the series would premiere on September 4, 2018.[40] On October 1, 2018, it was announced that FX had renewed the series for a second season which premiered on September 3, 2019.[41][42] On November 4, 2019, FX renewed the series for a third season which premiered on March 16, 2021.[1][2] On May 3, 2021, FX renewed the series for a fourth season which is set to premiere in 2022.[3]

Casting[edit]

In February 2017, it was announced that Edward James Olmos, John Ortiz, J. D. Pardo, and Antonio Jaramillo had been cast in lead roles in the pilot.[43][44][45][46] In March 2017, it was reported that Richard Cabral, Sarah Bolger, Jacqueline Obradors, and Andrea Londo had also been cast.[47][48][49][50] In October 2017, it was announced that Michael Irby and Raoul Trujillo had been cast in series regular roles.[51][52] In November 2016, it was reported that Emilio Rivera would be reprising his role of Marcus Álvarez from Sons of Anarchy in the series.[53] On April 25, 2017, it was announced that Carla Baratta would be replacing Andrea Londo in the role of Adelita. Additionally, it was reported that Maurice Compte had been cast in a potentially recurring role.[54] On May 1, 2017, it was reported that Efrat Dor would joining the cast in a potentially recurring capacity.[55] In October 2017, it was announced that Danny Pino and Vincent “Rocco” Vargas had been cast in the pilot with Pino in a starring role.[56][57] In April 2018, it was announced that Gino Vento and Tony Plana had been cast in recurring roles.[58][59] On July 22, 2018, Sutter revealed in an interview with Deadline Hollywood that Ortiz had been replaced by Michael Irby.[60]

Filming[edit]

Principal photography for the pilot episode was expected to begin in March 2017.[37] In July 2017, it was reported that the pilot would undergo reshoots that would take place in late summer 2017.[38] Those reshoots reportedly began during the week of October 23, 2017 in Los Angeles.[57]

Release[edit]

Marketing[edit]

On May 8, 2018, FX released the first teaser trailer for the series.[61] On July 19, 2018, the official trailer was released.[62]

Premiere[edit]

On June 8, 2018, the series held an official world premiere sneak peek at the annual ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas. Co-creators Kurt Sutter and Elgin James, executive producer/director Norberto Barba, and cast members took part in the Republic of Texas Motorcycle Rally in downtown Austin. This was followed by a screening of an exclusive clip from the show and a question-and-answer panel at the Paramount Theatre with guests including producers Sutter, James, and Barba as well cast members such as J. D. Pardo, Clayton Cardenas, Sarah Bolger, Carla Baratta, Richard Cabral, Antonio Jaramillo, Emilio Rivera, Danny Pino, Michael Irby, Vincent “Rocco” Vargas, Raoul Trujillo, and Frankie Loyal.[63][64]

On July 22, 2018, the series held a panel at San Diego Comic-Con in Hall H of the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The panel was moderated by Entertainment Weekly's Lynnette Rice and included creators Sutter and James as well as cast member J.D. Pardo. The panel also included a screening of the first thirteen minutes of the pilot episode.[60][65][66][67]

On August 28, 2018, the series held its official premiere at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Those in attendance included J.D. Pardo, Edward James Olmos, Sarah Bolger, Michael Irby, Clayton Cardenas, Kurt Sutter, Katey Sagal, Raoul Max Trujillo, Danny Pino, Antonio Jaramillo, Richard Cabral, Maurice Compte, Carla Baratta, Emilio Rivera, and Yadi Valeria.[68]

Distribution[edit]

As of 2018 Mayans M.C. is airing in the following countries and channels:[69] The series premiered on September 4, 2018, on FoxPremium in South America and FXNow in Canada. It premiered on September 5, 2018, on Fox Showcase in Australia, Canal+ in France, Neon in New Zealand, and HBO in Denmark, Norway, Spain, Finland and Sweden.[70] In 2019, it was made available in the UK by BBC iPlayer.[71]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The series was initially met with a mixed to positive reception from critics. However, as the series progressed, reception became more positive.

Season 1[edit]

See also: Mayans M.C. (season 1) § Reception

On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the first season holds a 72% approval rating with an average rating of 6.43 out of 10 based on 36 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "Mayans M.C. is a thrilling drama with compelling characters, but it struggles to find its pace and the Tellers are hard to forget."[72] On Metacritic, the season has a score of 57 out of 100, based on 19 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[73]

Season 2[edit]

See also: Mayans M.C. (season 2) § Reception

The second season received more positive reviews than the first. On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds a perfect 100% approval rating with an average rating of 7.75 out of 10 based on 5 reviews.[74]

Ratings[edit]

Mayans M.C. : U.S. viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode number
12345678910
12.532.012.101.531.391.351.291.221.231.31
21.391.061.121.041.001.031.101.011.050.95
30.840.540.840.710.610.730.870.790.780.81
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research[citation needed]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^Known as Fox 21 Television Studios until 2020 and Touchstone Television in 2020
  2. ^Credited as 'special guest star' for season 1 only.
  3. ^ abAppears briefly during a flashback in Season 3.
  4. ^ abcCredited as 'special guest star' for all appearances.
  5. ^Uncredited appearance. Serves as a cameo.
  6. ^Previously played by Michelle Diaz in Sons of Anarchy.
  7. ^Previously played by uncredited infant actors in seasons 1–2.
  8. ^Most of the episode titles follow a pattern made up of two names; the first in Spanish and the second, divided by a slash, refers to the Haab' and Tzol'kin (called Chol Q'ij in K'iche' and Mayan) calendars. When naming episodes, creators Kurt Sutter and Elgin James are utilizing what each episode features, and/or which symbolic animal will be present in that episode.[6]
  9. ^The episode titles are named after Mayan gods.

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All season long, Bishop and his Santo Padre Mayans have thought they were at war with their fellow charters. But, as evidenced by Mayans MC’s Season 3 finale on Tuesday, there’s a much more serious battle looming, and it makes the events of the past few weeks look like a game of Risk.

Before you tell us what you thought of the season ender — not series ender, fortunately, as Mayans has already been renewed for Season 4 — let’s revisit the highlights of the harrowing, super-sized episode.

IT’S JUST A SHOT AWAY| Having already solved their Ramos problem, the Santo Padre Mayans now have their sights set on killing Canche, president of the Yuma charter, leaving Bishop as the sole king. The plan: One of Santo Padre’s female bartenders will bring her car to an auto repair garage that Canche and his men frequently meet at, claiming the car is making a weird noise. In the trunk, though, will be a bomb that EZ, Angel and Gilly can remotely detonate from their phone, which they’ll do as soon as Canche is inside the garage.

But perhaps sensing that a trap is being set for him, Canche also brings his young son to the garage, briefly derailing Santo Padre’s plan; Angel, at least, is adamant that they call the whole thing off before they murder an actual child. EZ, though, is all too aware that this is the club’s only chance to take out Canche, and he takes a peek around the front of the garage to make sure Canche’s son is safely away from the car before he detonates the bomb. Just when the boy appears at a safe distance from the vehicle, Canche turns and seems to lock eyes with EZ through the garage window, prompting EZ to frantically detonate the bomb and run away. That night, Tranq announces to the group what he’s heard: Canche’s son survived the blast, but Canche is dead, and they all raise a glass to Bishop, newly crowned Mayans royalty.

Later, Tucson charter prez Ibarra — who set all this in motion weeks ago when he requested Santo Padre’s help with getting heroin into prisons — meets with the other Mayan presidents, suggesting that all the charters move on from this mess peacefully. “We forgive each other’s trespasses. We move forward,” Ibarra says, and Oakland president Diaz finally, slowly nods in agreement with Ibarra’s proposition.

As Ibarra is about to end the meeting, Diaz reminds him he can finally put his kutte back on, and Ibarra happily turns around so Diaz can put the vest on him. But the mood in the room is heavy, not celebratory, and Ibarra is about to find out why: “F—k your trespasses, and f—k your king,” Diaz says while Ibarra’s back is turned, suddenly shooting Ibarra in the head. And just seconds before he does? None other than a not-dead-at-all Canche arrives and stands in the doorway. (Reader, I gasped.)

Meanwhile, as all of this is going down, Taza is busy trying to keep Laura safe after she got an unexpected visit from El Palo. In the interest of skipping the minutiae, I’ll jump to the good part: Laura shoots and kills El Palo before the episode is through, saving Taza in the process (before tearfully demanding that Taza leave her alone for good). But despite the relative victory of El Palo’s demise, Taza is still burdened, and he decides to return to Santo Padre HQ and finally confess to Bishop that he killed Riz all those months ago, not the Vatos Malditos.

Bishop seems rightfully furious at Taza’s news, and Taza gets it: Having already presented his gun to Bishop before he even confessed, Taza gives Bishop the go-ahead to shoot him right there if he pleases. After all, Taza’s tired, and he’s worried about whatever deal El Palo set in motion with the Yuma charter, having realized during his earlier confrontation with El Palo that the man was suspiciously wearing a Yuma kutte.

Mayans MC Season 3 Finale RecapAt the end of the episode, we join EZ on the steps of Santo Padre’s clubhouse, looking pensive. Suddenly, a gunshot is fired nearby — perhaps Bishop killing Taza, though we don’t see the source of the noise — and moments later, Molotov cocktails start flying over the closed gate to the clubhouse. Suddenly, the gate gets rammed by something large on the other side. EZ slowly approaches the gate as Molotovs keep landing around him, and he readies his gun — but that will be no match for the angry mob of Mayans, from multiple charters, standing on the other side of the gate, brandishing guns and yelling as they try to bust through to Santo Padre’s turf.

Elsewhere in the finale…

* Prior to all of that madness, EZ plans to leave club life behind for good and go north with Gaby, who has taken him back. They’re positively giddy as they get ready to depart Santo Padre… but when Gaby reveals to Felipe that EZ is coming with her, Felipe begs her to go on without his son. “If anything were to happen to you, I wouldn’t be able to take it,” Felipe tells Gaby, reminding her that EZ is broken and will only pull her down as he drowns. Gaby ultimately heeds the man’s advice, leaving a note for EZ that references his story of St. Francis: “Ezekiel — When summer returns and the roses bloom.”

* Despite their orders from Galindo, neither Alvarez nor Nestor go through with killing EZ — and by the end of the finale, that’s the least of Galindo’s concerns. Remember those two protégés of Adelita’s who were arrested when they tried to stab the governor? Well, they told the Mexican authorities that it was all part of a murder conspiracy orchestrated by the Galindo organization, and the feds are coming to get Galindo, like, right now. He’s only able to get away in time because Potter (hey, he still exists!) warns Galindo of the imminent legal trouble, and Galindo manages to fly off in his helicopter before the agents find him.

He won’t be joined by Emily, though: Having pieced together that Galindo tried to hurt or even kill her, Emily takes her son and heads to her sister’s house, leaving Galindo with only her wedding ring and the remaining prescription pills that he didn’t mix into her wine the night before. (As blindsides go, this is a pretty epic one. Props, Emily.)

* Speaking of Potter, a vengeful Adelita tracks him down, having gotten his location from Anna Linares. “Don’t believe a f—kin’ word he says. Everything’s a play with him,” Anna warns Adelita. And when a cornered Potter reveals to Adelita that her infant son is not, in fact, deceased, Adelita breaks down in tears, seemingly unconvinced that Potter is telling the truth.

* Despite his initial reluctance, Gilly finally heads up to Meth Mountain to rescue Coco — and when Coco, at long last, shoots Isaac in the neck, he’s able to take Hope home with him, too.

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‘Mayans M.C.’ Season Finale: Showrunner Elgin James Teases Darkest Chapter Yet For EZ In Season 4

SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains details about tonight’s Season 3 finale of Mayans M.C.

At the end of Mayans M.C.‘s Season 3 finale, which aired tonight on FX, EZ (JD Pardo) and Santo Padre seems on the brink of all-out war with the other Mayans charters.

Written by Debra Moore Muñoz and directed by Elgin James, “Chapter the Last, Nothing More to Write” opens peacefully, with EZ dreaming of his late mother, before awakening to the love of his life, Gaby (Sulem Calderon). The pair are planning to start a new life in Lodi, after EZ ties up loose ends for the club.

For EZ, “tying up loose ends” means staking out a garage where members of the Yuma charter hang out, along with Angel (Clayon Cardenas) and Gilly (Vincent Vargas), taking out Canche (Jimmy Gonzales) with a bomb, so that Bishop (Michael Irby) can take over as the Mayans’ “one king.” Little does EZ know that cartel boss Miguel Galindo (Danny Pino) has ordered Marcus (Emilio Rivera) to kill him, with Nestor (Gino Vento) on hand to make sure he goes through with it.

'Mayans M.C.' showrunner Elgin James

While Marcus wrestles with his conscience, he’s far from the only one having a tough time. Emily (Sarah Bolger) awakens after being drugged and nearly drowned by Miguel, and begins to piece together what her husband did. Taza (Raoul Max Trujillo) gets a call from Laura (Natalia Cordova-Buckley), letting him know that El Palo (Gregory Cruz) is still out to kill him. Meanwhile, Leticia (Emily Tosta) pleads with Gilly (Vincent Vargas) to help her retrieve Coco (Richard Cabral), who hasn’t returned from Meth Mountain after leaving to find Hope (Vanessa Giselle).

Around the same time, Adelita (Carla Baratta) dips into a restaurant to surprise Agent Linares (Efrat Dor), who at the beginning of the season helped Assistant U.S. Attorney Lincoln Potter (Ray McKinnon) abduct her son, and tried to have her killed. Linares apologizes, but the leader of Los Olvidados isn’t there to kill her. She just wants to know where Potter is. As it turns out, Potter is near the beach, toying with Miguel from afar. He lets Miguel know that his assets on both sides of the border have been seized, and that federal agents are descending on his house. This leads him to call Emily, telling her that the “remote possibility we always talked about is happening,” and that they need to go on the run with their son.

When Canche shows up at the Yuma garage, he’s with his own son, so EZ looks to set off the explosion without harming the kid. Ultimately, he triggers it and there are a number of casualties, but the kid survives. Unfortunately, Canche does too, though EZ doesn’t realize this until episode’s end.

While Bishop and other members of Santo Padre celebrate the apparent success of their mission, EZ shares with his brother his plans to leave. “If I stay, all I see is more bodies,” EZ says, “[but] if I go with Gaby, maybe there’s some hope.” Given the fact that he and Nails (Justina Adorno) have a kid on the way, Angel understands EZ’s desire for a second chance, and the long-quarreling brothers reconcile.

Edward James Olmos in 'Mayans M.C.'

But before EZ can take off with Gaby, Felipe (Edward James Olmos) speaks with her at the butcher shop, telling her that his son is broken and that she needs to save herself by leaving town without him. When EZ learns what his father did, he’s devastated and rides off to Gaby’s uncle’s house. But it’s too late and she’s gone.

While tailing EZ with Nestor, Marcus refuses to kill his friend, which leads to a momentary standoff. But by the end of the episode, the pair have clearly reached some kind of agreement, with Nestor ignoring Miguel’s calls. Taza heads to Laura’s place to bring her a gun, so that she can protect herself if El Palo comes back—but by the time he arrives, the president of the Vatos Malditos  is already there. Laura had set Taza up because El Palo threatened her son, but she ultimately shoots him, saving Taza’s life.

In San Diego, Potter runs out to the farmers market, returning to find that his wife and son are gone. Adelita has found him. But to save his own skin, he reveals that her son is still alive.

Meanwhile, Miguel anxiously awaits for Emily to arrive, so that they can escape from the feds. He ultimately realizes, though, that Emily caught on to him and his marriage is over, when her bodyguard shows up in her place, holding in his hand her wedding ring and leftover pills from the bottle he used to drug her. Emily takes her son Cristóbal to her sister’s, while Miguel takes off in his helicopter alone.

Later, Gilly shows up at Meth Mountain and rescues both Coco and Hope from Isaac (JR Bourne). Back at the clubhouse, Taza warns Bishop that El Palo has set something in motion, while EZ reaffirms his commitment to the club. “This is who I am,” he says. “This is where I belong.”

Shortly thereafter, EZ walks outside, and Molotov cocktails start coming over the clubhouse wall. Outside are countless Mayans from other charters, who are hell-bent on taking Santo Padre down.

Gino Vento in 'Mayans M.C.'

Ahead of tonight’s finale, showrunner Elgin James spoke with Deadline, to break down its pivotal events. He also teased what’s to come in Season 4, which promises to be EZ’s darkest chapter yet, touching on the “consequences” Santo Padre faces for its attempted coup.

DEADLINE: How long ago did you figure out your ending for Season 3?

ELGIN JAMES: What’s wild is that we finished Season 2 and then the hiatus, at least for me, was about a week and a half, and then it was like, “We need to start Season 3!” So, it took off and I was just like, “I need to figure this out.” By the time we started the writers’ room, I knew our first scene and the last scene, and I just needed the help of the brilliant writers to…piece it all together. But we knew pretty soon on, where we were going to end. Then, I went in and actually pitched that to FX and 20th. Being fired up, I just plotted out, “This is what we’re going to do,” and [FX Chairman] John Landgraf, after I finished and took a breath, was basically just like, “Okay, pull it off.” [Laughs] And hopefully we did.

DEADLINE: Did you consider any alternate endings? Were there storylines that you considered taking in a different direction?

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JAMES: Being lucky to have worked with Kurt [Sutter] on Mayans for the first two seasons, he flies so loose. He will just write something and then we’ll figure it out later, and I don’t mean to be flippant at all about mental illness, but I have crazy story OCD, so it was always terrifying to me. My brain works very different, so this time, I knew from the funnel cake in Episode 1 [that] that was going to come back somewhere in the middle. So, all of those threads that we were laying in throughout were all intentional. And one [way of writing]’s not better than the other. It just comes from my own panic and fear.

Michael Irby in 'Mayans M.C.'

It’s like, I don’t know what the f**k I’m doing in this industry, so the way I direct, I over-prepare. I’m so afraid of being caught flat-footed, so I hyper, hyper prepare, and I kind of write the same way of just, we know everything. Then, you stay loose because these are all ideas in my head, and then you bring it into the writers’ room, and you have these minds that are much smarter, and have much more experience than me, and we figure out how we’re actually going to pull this off. Then, they bring in their own ideas of how to make it even better, and then you bring it to the actors, who take our little words and give it blood and muscle, and get it to a level none of us ever could.

DEADLINE: Did you write Season 3 with confidence that you’d get a Season 4 renewal? Or did the thought of another season not even enter into the equation?

JAMES: Honestly, I knew this was our shot. JD and I…we’re so used to seeing each other every day that even in hiatus, we’ll still talk on the phone several times a week, if not a couple of times a day, and we would just get each other fired up at three o’clock in the morning on the phone like, “This is our shot.” Like, “We have one shot, ever. This is it, and we’ve just got to lay it all out.” And I came at the actors really hard like, “Everyone needs to show up. All of us together may never get this again, so every scene needs to be a heavyweight bow.”

I think there’s this thing that happens, as a writer. Art [can become] this ethereal thing, where you need inspiration, and I always see it much more blue-collar. Like, you show up, you do the work. This season, everyone brought it beyond what I ever even could have imagined, so there was actually never any thought of a Season 4. We just were all about, “Let’s show them what we can do. We know what we’re up against. We know a lot of people are going to stop watching because there’s been a change. We know we’re going to do something different. This is our shot; we’re going to take it.”

I’ll tell you, at the end of shooting…we were just exhausted. We’d been on set 91 days straight, besides weekends, and at the end, I kept saying to everyone, “Yo, we said we’d do it, and we did it, and it’s not up to us now. It’s up to the world, how they’re going to react.”

JD Pardo and Clayton Cardenas in 'Mayans M.C.'

Then, it came out and no one cared. Like half the audience disappeared, and I had to take a moment of, “Oh, I have to really believe what I said.” Like, we finally got to have our say, to use our voice, tell our stories, and then people left. We didn’t think we were going to get a Season 4 when we noticed [audience drop-off] the first two episodes, and what we’re so grateful to is, we have so many amazing, loyal fans that stayed. Then, new people came, and we actually ended up doing better than we ever thought that we would have.

DEADLINE: You’ve touched on the fact that you became sole showrunner of Mayans in Season 3, following Kurt Sutter’s exit. Were there subtle changes you looked to make after the fact, to put your stamp on the show?

JAMES: There were no intentional changes. I think what happened is that Kurt and I are just very different storytellers. Even with violence, there’s a reason why people love him, and a reason why he’s a great storyteller. There’s a glee to his violence, there’s a glee to the storytelling, and watching it as we’re going, I’m like, “Oh, there’s just a straight sadness to mine.” [Laughs] There’s a melancholy in every scene.

Honestly, too, I think when people talk about, “Oh, this season is so different,” what’s interesting is, it’s exactly what I pitched when I went into FX, with Kurt and I.

Richard Cabral is a perfect example of this, of the story we get to tell. Because I mean, I’ve spent my whole life being first the victim of violence, and then the perpetrator of violence, and that gets into your DNA. For me personally, I’m filled with shame and self-loathing. I have to deal with the consequences of my own actions, as well as the consequences of the actions of others against me, and that’s what we really wanted to be able to talk about.

With Richard, with Coco, in his first season, when he has the incident where he kills his mom, it’s beautifully acted, but there’s two different takes on that—and to me, it was like, “Well, where’s the repercussions?” Like, every violence, every action has a repercussion. There’s a consequence, and that’s where naturally we just started to go.

JD Pardo, Michael Irby and Frankie Loyal in 'Mayans M.C.'

Then, this season…to watch what my friend [Richard] did, beyond even losing the 30 pounds…Just the dedication to choose the suffering. We both want to tell the stories of addiction in your family, of generational trauma. That’s what we wanted to get to, and to watch my friend and be so scared for him…I was terrified, and I asked him two things, one of which was, at the beginning of the season, like, “Please, man. Just stay alive.” There were times where honestly, I really didn’t know if he would. Everyone was really, really scared because he just went to this place. But man, [I was] also so awestruck at where my friend was going, and what he was achieving. It was just like being in the presence of greatness.

DEADLINE: Mayans was just recently renewed for a fourth season. Has the turnaround between seasons been equally intense this time?

JAMES: Yeah. We’re going to turn around really quickly because we want to get on the air as soon as possible for everyone. We’re not in the writers’ room yet, but we’re starting to figure out what…the stories are going to be.

DEADLINE: What can you tell us about where the show will be heading next season?

JAMES: This season, we dealt with consequences, and I think we’re going to continue to. I think everything is going to continue to spiral…So much of EZ and Gaby’s story was the story of me and my wife, who started dating me when I was still in the gang. So, [with] where he will go now, it’s like I’m exploring what would have happened if she had left, if she didn’t have the patience that she had, if she hadn’t have given me a second chance.

Luckily, it’s paid off for us, but it is this other side that you want to explore. I think [with] EZ, what we always talked about is, there’s this inevitability. No matter what, he was always going to end up in this place. There’s just a darkness he can’t help but get swallowed up in, and I think that’s what we’re going to watch. We’ve watched him for three seasons try to get out of the darkness, and I think now… he’s f***ing in it.

DEADLINE: Can you imagine a happy ending for EZ? Maybe now that he and Emily are both on their own again, there’s a chance for them to find their way back to each other.

JAMES: You know, I think we have to explore the darkness, and then I think there could be. I really do. Again, it’s trying to figure out how this is the same show [following Sutter’s exit], but then how it’s different. There is a brokenhearted nihilism that kind of came out. [Laughs] And with the nihilism, I think there’s also beauty and hope in that. That’s what I kept trying to talk about to everyone [in Season 3]. I’m like, “This has to be poetry.” In poetry, you do have despair and hope right next to each other, in the same line, and I think that’s what we’re going to try to balance.

DEADLINE: I imagine we’ll soon learn more about what happened with Alvarez and Nestor.

JAMES: Yeah. [Laughs] We’re going to see the return of Marcus Alvarez in a real way. How we’ve known him in the past, to double down on that, that’s where we go in the future with him.

DEADLINE: Do you have an endgame for the series in mind yet?

JAMES: For sure. I had lunch with John Landgraf between Seasons 2 and 3, and I told him if we’re lucky enough to able to get more seasons to finish the story, this is where we’re going to end up. So, we do know exactly where the whole thing’s going to end.

DEADLINE: Do you think Mayans can match Son of Anarchy’s seven-season run?

JAMES: Definitely, and that’s sort of how we have it planned out, just because that’s the model that we knew. Then, who knows? Shows usually don’t run seven seasons anymore, so it may just be one [more] season. We just know, each time we get to live another day, we’re just going to lay it all out.

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Mayans MC spoilers follow.

Sons of Anarchy totted up an impressive seven seasons before it reached the end of the road back in 2014. But while its spin-off Mayans MCstill has quite a way to go if it wants to reach those heights, it's moving in the right direction after it was renewed for another ten episodes.

The news was announced ahead of the season two finale, and this is what Nick Grad, president of original programming at FX Entertainment, had to say (via Deadline): "We're happy to continue telling the story of Mayans MC with our partners at Fox 21 and excited that Elgin James has earned the opportunity to become the series' showrunner.

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"Kurt Sutter identified and chose Elgin as his partner on the show from the outset, and Elgin has been instrumental to the success of the series, leveraging his experience and creative vision to make Mayans MC with this incredible cast, crew and creative team."

Back in October 2019, it wasreported that Sutter had been fired from the show which he co-created and executive-produced alongside James after an internal investigation by Disney. It was always the plan for James to take on more of a leading role, but Sutter intended to remain on board.

Deadline said that they "don't believe Sutter had issues with James... the dust-up was with others inserted into the equation to steer the show into season three", and sources told The Hollywood Reporter that there were "multiple complaints about his behaviour on set".

Following the decision, the former Mayans showrunner sent a letter to the cast and crew explaining the situation from his perspective: "As you know, I've removed myself quite a bit this season, allowing others to take a bigger role in producing the show. It appears that philosophy has backfired. It's been reported by writers, producers, cast and crew that my absence and subsequent behaviour when there, has only created confusion, chaos, hostility and is perceived as abandonment.

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"This morning I was fired by Dana Walden and John Landgraf for all the complaints levied against me... At least being fired for being an abrasive dick is on brand.

"I deeply apologise if I've made people feel less than or unsupported. My intention was literally the opposite. But clearly I've not been paying attention. My arrogance and chronic distraction has created wreckage."

In an in-depth interview with Deadline, Sutter explained where he believed it all fell apart.

"It all started with a joke," he said. "And not a very good one. There was a line in the season two premiere. EZ and Coco were getting off the bus at the school where the drugs were being processed. There was supposed to be a really gnarly playground out front filled with debris, dangerous looking swings, sharp objects, rusty jungle gym, etc.

"As they exited, Coco sees EZ's distracted and says: 'Lighten up Boy Scout,' and gesturing to the playground, says, 'We're going to Disneyland.'"

EZ replies with a dark joke about Walt Disney's antisemitism.

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Sutter added: "I'm not an idiot. I knew it would ring some bells...So when I was informed that the Walt… line had to go, I agreed and changed it to…'We're going to Disneyland.' And now EZ says, 'Yeah… if Mickey and Pluto were paedophiles.'

"In hindsight, I realise that dialogue grenade was the beginning of my exit."

But controversy aside, the show will be back (so you can breathe easy), and it sounds like it's got a long future ahead after James signed a multi-year overall deal with Fox 21 Television Studios back in February this year.

"I'm honoured and excited to be able to call Fox 21 Television Studios home and to continue this journey with these incredibly protective and creative partners," he said in a statement (via IndieWire).

Here's everything you need to know about Mayans MC season 3.

Mayans MC season 3 release date: When will it air?

The third chapter is hitting FX in the States on Tuesday, March 16.

But due to licencing agreements, those of us not in the US still have quite a wait on our hands.

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After premiering in September 2019, season two didn't arrive in the UK on BBC Two until May the following year, so we'd expect a similar delay.

Mayans MC season 3 cast: Who's in it?

The following big players are all returning for season three: EZ (JD Pardo), Angel (Clayton Cardenas), Emily (Sarah Bolger), Bishop (Michael Irby), Adelita (Carla Baratta), Miguel (Danny Pino), Felipe (Edward James Olmos), Taza (Raoul Trujillo), Coco (Richard Cabral), Alvarez (Emilio Rivera), Potter (Ray McKinnon), among others.

One person who won't be back is Antonio Jaramillo. His character, Riz, was murdered in hospital by Taza in season two's penultimate episode.

Chatting to Entertainment Weekly about why Taza killed Riz, Cardenas said: "I think his old club has some dirt on him and he was willing to sacrifice his own blood, literally, so that information doesn’t get out."

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"I wish I was still part of [the show] because then I can contribute," Jaramillo told AfterBuzz TV, adding that he felt like he was "kept on the bench too much".

"I felt like a first-string quarterback on the bench," he added.

And Dita (Ada Maris) also won't feature given that she, too, died.

Mayans MC season 3 plot: What will happen?

"Season three picks up just a few months after the slaughter of the Vatos Malditos," Elgin James told Entertainment Weekly.

"EZ, now fully patched, struggles to find his footing within the club's hierarchy and, haunted by his murder of Dita, finds himself torn between darkness and the gravitational pull of his new love interest.

"Angel, gutted after having Adelita and his child ripped away from him, loses himself in sex, booze, and violence, until a shot at redemption lands on his doorstep."

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He added: "Coco spirals on a journey into hell as his demons finally overwhelm him. Alvarez will be forced to decide once and for all where his loyalties truly lie, with the Mayans or with Galindo. And ghosts of the past come calling for all of the MC.

"This is a season about reckoning."

Brace yourselves...

"We have such an insanely passionate and loyal fan base," James told CBR. "I think there are a lot of people that were tuning in just because of Sons, and they split. Understandably. They're like, 'Oh, this is a different show. And this isn't brown Sons of Anarchy.' But our loyal fan base was there the whole time and was riding with us, and now other people have started to come in. So we've actually done better than we expected, which is great.

"There's a while we did not think we were gonna get Season 4. And part of me was like, 'Oh, good. Thank God. I never have to figure out what happens and how they get out of this mess at the gate.' And then as soon as I found out, we got it, I was like, 'This is awesome. Oh, no, now we've got to solve this.'

"But now we've got plans. We're really excited where EZ is gonna go. You know, I think EZ's been on the fence for three seasons, right? He's sort of [had] a foot in one world, a foot in the other. And then what's gonna happen now, when he fully commits to one, and I can tell you it’s gonna be pretty bloody."

That bloody violence will come from a personal place, inspired by James’ own life (via Deadline).

"This season, we dealt with consequences, and I think we’re going to continue to. I think everything is going to continue to spiral… So much of EZ and Gaby's story was the story of me and my wife, who started dating me when I was still in the gang.

"So, with where he will go now, it's like I'm exploring what would have happened if she had left, if she didn't have the patience that she had, if she hadn't given me a second chance."

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He continued: "Luckily, it's paid off for us, but it is this other side that you want to explore. I think [with] EZ, what we always talked about is, there's this inevitability. No matter what, he was always going to end up in this place.

"There's just a darkness he can't help but get swallowed up in, and I think that's what we're going to watch. We've watched him for three seasons try to get out of the darkness, and I think now… he's f**king in it."

Just don't expect a happy ending – like George RR Martin, James seems to be a big fan of the 'bittersweet'.

"I think we have to explore the darkness, and then I think there could be. I really do. Again, it's trying to figure out how this is the same show [following Sutter's exit], but then how it's different. There is a brokenhearted nihilism that kind of came out. [Laughs] And with the nihilism, I think there's also beauty and hope in that."

"That's what I kept trying to talk about to everyone. I'm like, 'This has to be poetry.' In poetry, you do have despair and hope right next to each other, in the same line, and I think that's what we’re going to try to balance."

Like we said, brace yourselves.

Mayans MC season 3 trailer: When can I watch it?

There's no full-length trailer at the moment, but given that the premiere is just a few weeks away, we'd expect it any day now.

Mayans MC airs on FX in the States and is also available to stream on Hulu. UK viewers can catch up on seasons 1-2 on BBC iPlayer.


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Season 3 mayans

Mayans MC Season 3 Updates: Mayans M.C. is set in the same fictional universe as Sons of Anarchy and deals with the Sons’ rival turned allies, the Mayans Motorcycle Club. It is an American crime drama television series created by Kurt Sutter and Elgin James and was premiered on September 4,2018 for the first time on FX.

The show achieved quite a good response from the viewers with a rating of 7.6 on IMDb and 86% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

The show was soon renewed for a second season on October 2018 and the second season was released on September 3,2019. The series again renewed for a third season on November 2019 which was premiered on March 16,2021.

How many seasons and total episodes of the show has been released until now?

With the show receiving a huge positive response and earning some profit in the market, the franchise has released a total of 3 seasons having total 30 episodes altogether.

Each episode in the series runs for a time of 46-70 minutes and gives the viewers a good package of entertainment through the various crime and drama scenes filled with a bit of adventure and thrill. The show has also recently renewed itself for a fourth season in May 2021 and the work for the season has already begun.

What is the plot of the series?

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It won’t be wrong to say that Mayans M.C. is more like a sequel to Sons Of Anarchy. The events in the series are considered to occur two and a half years later after the events of the Sons of Anarchy.

It is set in a town, Santo Padre which is far off(about hundreds of miles) from California border. The show is focussed on the struggles of Ezekiel “EZ” Reyes,a valuable man for the charter kd Mayans M.C. based on the U.S.-Mexico border and his mission to seek vengeance as his future was snatched from him by a cartel violence. The lust for vengeance leads him into a life from which he can never return.

Will there be a eleventh episode in the Mayans MC Season 3?

With each season having only 10 episodes, it’s almost impossible for the third season to have a total of 11 episodes. The probability of the show not having eleventh episode in this season is quite high.

However, the probability came true as the list of episodes for this season have arrived with the release of the third season on March 16,2021.

The list of episodes has already made it clear that the show will only be having a total of 10 episodes. The tenth and final episode of the season will be aired on May 11,2021 for which people have been waiting since long.

The fourth season of the show is also on it’s way. The franchise recently announced the renewal of the show for the fourth season on May 2021. The works for the season have already begun and the viewers are excited for it’s release.

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