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The Sopranos, Season 6, Pt. 2HDTV-MAClosed Captioning

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The clock is ticking. Time is running out. But for whom? Find out in the second half of Season Six with the final nine episodes of The Sopranos. Winner of 21 Emmy® Awards, the hit series stars James Gandolfini as New Jersey mob boss Tony Soprano. In the first half of Season 6, Tony cheated death after being shot by his now-institutionalized Uncle Junior. As the final episodes take shape, Tony faces another myriad of stress-inducing crises at home, at work, and from the law. While his wife and children each make choices that promise to change the face of the Sopranos' domestic life, Tony also comes to doubt the allegiances of some of those closest to him at work . . . none of whom is above suspicion. Lorraine Bracco, Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, and Dominic Chianese lead the incredible supporting cast.

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Simply The Best

Thank You HBO for Bringing this show to ITunes. Say what you will about the last episode..this is simply hands down the best TV and is a true statement to how great television, terrific casting, and superb writing can come together to create what is and will be an American classic. Bravo.

Soprano lives forever

total genius from the pilot to the last frame of the last episode. David Chase created a monster that changed TV forever. It will not be done again and shouldn't. As powerfull and beautifull as the Godfather films. Don't miss it. It's life.


Such complex characters, such rich and satisfying plots -- 'The Sopranos' is an American masterpiece, cut from the same cloth as 'The Godfather' or 'Goodfellas.' If you pick up even one episode single of this show, be prepared to want to see them all. It's that good.