This image released by FX shows JD Pardo as EZ Reyes in a scene from "Mayans M.C.," premiering on Sept. 4. (Prashant Gupta/FX via AP)
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.: When "Sons of Anarchy" debuted in 2008, creator Kurt Sutter repeatedly heard the same comparison: It was the poor, white working class version of the HBO mob series, "The Sopranos". Now that "Sons of Anarchy" spin-off "Mayans M.C". is set to launch, Sutter says he is prepared for it to inevitably be called the Latino rendition of the popular motorcycle gang drama. Together the pair leads a majority-Latino cast who navigate the dark world of motorcycle gangs and tensions from immigration, cartel violence and race.James said he wanted to utilize his experience from the gang world to shape "Mayans M.C".Once an orphan and homeless, James said he remembers how intoxicating it was to be feared by flashing your gang name on hats or shirts.
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