Sons of Anarchy season 6 live stream: Watch online episode 2 "One One Six" on FX at 10pm [VIDEO]

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"Sons of Anarchy" season 6 episode 2 will air tonight at 10 p.m. ET on FX.

The second episode, titled "One One Six," will be available to view online via the official FX site here or on Hulu Plus. A preview of the latest episode can be seen in the video below. The description for the episode reads: "Jax deals with collateral damage as external pressure continues to stack up against SAMCRO."

The premiere episode of the new series aired last week, with a record number of viewers tuning to see what happened.

Last week's premiere episode, titled "Straw", began with scenes of a school shooting. The scene was controversial, and officials of the Newton elementary school in Connecticut where gunman Adam Lanza gunned down dozens of children last year, sent an email out to parents warning them of the disturbing episode, according to KNBC-TV.

The superintendent of the school reportedly wrote: "I have learned that on the season premiere of the show 'Sons of Anarchy' which airs at 10 PM tonight on the FX cable station, there will be an episode in which a teenager enters the school with a high-caliber semi-automatic and opens fire. While you don't see the visual impact of this, you will hear the shots and cries from the victims.

"For obvious reasons, this program could have a very harmful impact on parents, children and staff members. I wanted you to have this information so that you can plan accordingly for you and your family."

After last week's premiere episode, a live "Sons of Anarchy" post show called "Anarchy Afterword", hosted by Chris Franjola, aired immediately. Series creator Kurt Sutter joined the show, including celebrity fans and members of the cast. The season 6 premiere episode was 90 minutes long.

Each 30-minute episode of the show will be streamed live on the FX website after it airs on the East Coast. The content will be available on FX for weeks those who missed the live airings can catch up.

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