'The Sopranos' Finale Anniversary: Six Years Later, Fans Are Still Talking About Cut To Black (TWEETS)

Six years ago, on June 10, 2007, "The Sopranos" ended its six-season run on HBO. Though it remains the cable network's most-watched show ever to this day, fans are still not happy about that controversial finale.

"The Sopranos" was never afraid to kill off main characters -- for a show about the inner-workings of the mob in New Jersey, they couldn't really avoid it -- but in the end, instead of sealing the fates of Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini), his wife Carmela (Edie Falco) and their kids Meadow (Jamie-Lynn Sigler) and AJ (Robert Iler), the show just cut to black.

Were any of the shifty-eyed patrons in the diner gonna whack the entire family? Did Meadow manage to make it through the door after that epically bad parallel parking job? And what song was up next on the jukebox after Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" was so rudely cut short?

The cut to black ending was meant to leave us with questions, but no matter what you thought, take Tony's advice (like AJ never would) and try to remember the times that were good.

We've rounded up some Twitter reactions from "Sopranos" fans -- click through and tell us if you agree or disagree with them in the comments.