Once again, 20th Century Fox TV chairmen Dana Walden and Gary Newman turned to one of the studio’s biggest hits for inspiration in creating their annual holiday video card. This time, the duo are channeling their inner bikers in a Sons Of Anarchy-themed video written by series’ creator Kurt Sutter and featuring the cast of the hit FX drama, co-produced with FX Prods. Like the Modern Family spoof 2 years ago, written by series’ co-creator Steve Levitan, and the Glee video last year, written by co-creator Ian Brennan and directed by co-creator Ryan Murphy, the new card too revolves around actors and writers’ favorite topic around the holidays — getting more money.
Walden-Newman 20th TV Holiday Card Spoofs 'Sons Of Anarchy'
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