the sopranos

The team brilliantly resurrected a famous fictional character to lure the superstar, but he went elsewhere.
While "Woke Up This Morning" seems like it was made for the HBO classic, co-writer Larry Love hasn't watched a single episode.
James Gandolfini's character sat in the New Jersey ice cream parlor booth when "The Sopranos" ended by cutting to black, claiming a place in TV history.
Facing unemployment due to COVID-19 mandates, the "Sons of Anarchy" actress opted to join the controversial social media platform.
The actor was best known for portraying rightfully protective mothers in both of the iconic gangster dramas.
"I wasn’t sure if it was a spoof, is this a comedy?" asked Michael Imperioli, who played Christopher Moltisanti on the classic HBO series.
The actor, who also appeared in "The Sopranos," was found outside a sheet metal manufacturing facility Monday. The investigation into his death is ongoing.
The actor opened up about the “really bad” accident that ended in a surprising twist.
The actor was best known for playing Paulie Walnuts on HBO's hit mobster show.
"Very excited to be joining Mike White and team!” the actor wrote on Instagram.