The Sopranos was a show that was filled with incredible plot twists and surprises, but these were by far some of the most shocking.
The Sopranos is one of the best TV shows of all time but in the pursuit of greatness, David Chase left plenty of characters and plotlines in limbo.
What fans don’t know about Sopranos is how much is based on the real criminal world and how it impacted the show.
The Sopranos is one hell of a binge-worthy show. Still, there are a lot of things present that actually don't make much sense about them...
HBO won't rule out a revival of The Sopranos, as programming chief Casey Bloys speaks about the legacy of the iconic mafia-themed series.
For six seasons, The Sopranos was the biggest thing on television. Still, fans weren't impressed with every single episode, according to IMDb.
Rumored to be called Newark, the Sopranos prequel movie is just around the corner. Here are the characters we'd love to see... and ones we wouldn't.
The Sopranos' series finale remains infamous for its controversial decision to abruptly cut to black, but why did it happen? We explain.
However haphazard their crime dealings might seem, it would appear the Sopranos 'family' abides by certain rules when it comes to calculated hits.
The Sopranos is a highly influential series. James Gandolfini's mob boss lives up to his reputation, and here is Tony at his most terrifying.
Though the Sopranos ended over a decade ago, most of the pop culture references are still relatable, and we count the 10 best ones.
The Sopranos had some very violent, shocking deaths, but these were the 10 biggest.
When it comes to series finales, shows can either perfectly close out their long runs, or they can leave the audience wanting.
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For over eight years and six seasons, The Sopranos took the world of television by storm. It's sadly gone now, but you can binge these in its place.
The Sopranos is finally getting a prequel movie - and here's everything we know about the project so far.
The Sopranos prequel, Newark, casts Hamilton actor Leslie Odom Jr. in David Chase’s drama set against the New Jersey riots of the late ‘60s.
The Sopranos prequel movie The Many Saints of Newark has cast James Gandolfini’s son Michael to play a younger version of Tony Soprano.