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'The Sopranos' Full Seasons Available Via HBO On Demand

HBO is making all six seasons of the James Gandolfini mob drama "The Sopranos" available for one month each, in consecutive order, through HBO On Demand.  Season 1 landed on the platform Monday, and will be available through the end of July, followed by Season 2 in August, and so on. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/music/tv/article/sopranos-full-seasons-be-made-available-hbo-demand-100736

James Gandolfini Death: 10 of Tony Soprano's Most Memorable Moments (Videos)

James Gandolfini died Wednesday at age 51, of a possible heart attack, an HBO rep confirmed to TheWrap . Gandolfini played many memorable characters on TV and in film, but arguably no role is more memorable than his portrayal of the iconic Tony Soprano, the patriarch of HBO's "The Sopranos." read more Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/media/tv/article/james-gandolfini-death-tony-sopranos-10-best-clips-videos-98521

The Office: The Sopranos' Michael Imperioli to Go Up Against Dwight

After playing mobster Christopher Moltisanti on The Sopranos for six seasons, Michael Imperioli has been in his fair share of TV fights. But what will happen when he goes up against Dwight Schrute ( Rainn Wilson )?! Fans will find out when the Emmy winner guest-stars on The Office this spring as... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Office-Michael-Imperioli-1061306.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Sopranos' Star Tony Lip Dies Aged 82

Veteran actor Tony Lip has died at the age of 82. The star, who was best known for his portrayal of mob kingpin Carmine Lupertazzi in hit TV show The Sopranos, passed away in a hospital in Teanec... http://www.starpulse.com/news/index.php/2013/01/07/sopranos_star_tony_lip_dies_aged_82_?ref_src=news_rss

Keck's Exclusives: Sopranos Star Heads to Last Man Standing

A former Soprano is coming to ABC. In an early 2012 episode of freshman sitcom Last Man Standing , Jamie-Lynn Sigler will guest star as...  http://www.tvguide.com/News/Last-Man-Standing-Jamie-Lynn-Sigler-1040829.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Nurse Jackie' hosts another 'Sopranos' reunion; '24' star Carlos Bernard heads to 'Dallas'

Bite-sized pieces of TV news for your afternoon/early evening enjoyment:- "Nurse Jackie" star Edie Falco and her former "Sopranos" sister-in-law, Aida Turturro, will work together again on the Showtime series this season. Turturro will only appear in one "Jackie" episode, but it's a "pivotal" role. The show has also cast Oscar winner Joel Grey as a patient suffering from dementia. [Showtime]Former "24" good/bad/good guy Carlos Bernard has taken a recurring part on TNT's reboot of "Dallas." He's set to play a Venezuelan businessman who has dealings with J.R. (Larry Hagman). [Vulture]In other TNT casting news, Jane Seymour, Peter Weller and Beau Bridges will all guest on the coming season of "Franklin & Bash." Seymour will play Bash's (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) hippie mom in an episode, while Bridges will reprise his role as Franklin's (Breckin Meyer) estranged dad in another. Weller will guest in the same episode as Bridges as an aging rock star. [TNT]Former "Lost" writer... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/11/nurse-jackie-hosts-another-sopranos-reunion-24-star-carlos-bernard-heads-to-dallas.html

Edie Falco on Sopranos Movie: "I Would Jump at the Chance"

While Edie Falco says she isn't sure a Sopranos movie is going to happen, she's on board if it is. "I think it's not going to materialize, but stranger things have happened," Falco tells The Hollywood Reporter. "I would definitely be interested in being involved; I'm pretty good at rolling with the punches. I would be fine if it never happened, but I would also love to go back there and see all the people I love again. Who knows? I'm not the one making the decisions and I would jump at the chance to participate." Do you think we need a Sopranos movie? Source here

Alex's Picks Of The Week: Remembering Old Marathon Favorites!

Need more ideas on what to watch next? Last week, I introduced my new weekly recommendations column with the 10 shows that are on my Watch Wishlist -- the ones I've been meaning to start watching but haven't had the chance (I know, tsk tsk). This week, I'm back with a new set of suggestions for you to consider looking into, and this time I'm in the reminiscing mood! I'm throwin' it back to some shows that are no longer with us (*tear*), but are still totally marathon-worthy (thanks to SideReel!), and have treated me well as some of my all-time favorite shows to watch over and over again. Yes, my list of old favorites definitely makes for an "eclectic" bunch, but that just means that there's bound to be at least one for every kind of TV addict out there! Here's what I think you should start watching this week: 1. Lois and Clark - The New Adventures of Superman Before there was Smallville, there was Lois and Clark. And before there was Alcide Herveaux, I was crushin' on Dean Cain's version of Clark Kent. 2. Boy Meets World What can I say? As a TGIF staple, this show made me feel like I grew up with Cory Matthews. 3. The Sopranos Definitely more character-driven than what some might expect from a show about organized crime, but it's certainly a must-try for any TV maven. 4. Friends No matter how many times I've seen each episode, the punch lines still get me every time, even if I already have them memorized! 5. Seinfeld Who knew that a show about nothing could be so entertaining? 6. Sex and the City Carrie bugs the crap out of me most of the time, and it has some questionable stances on femininity, but you can't help but love watching... even if it's just for the shoes. 7. The O.C. I'm pretty sure I stopped watching after they killed off one of the main characters (er, spoiler alert?), but back in high school, you had to live under a rock if you didn't watch this show! 8. Nip/Tuck It got a little ridiculous towards the end (it's always disheartening to watch a favorite show jump the shark), but the first few seasons were gripping! 9. The X-Files I used to have to beg my mom to let me stay up on Sunday nights to watch this show. If she knew how many nightmares this show gave me (and still does), she definitely wouldn't have let me watch it! 10. Extras Ricky Gervais definitely had the right idea by keeping this series short and sweet to avoid "overstaying his TV welcome" (the American version of The Office probably should have followed this advice like 2 seasons ago, no offense), but sometimes I wish there was more of this kind of comedic genius to come! Got any other off-the-air old favorites worth recommending to fellow SideReelers? Share below in comments!

Michael Imperioli Nabs Lead in ABC Drama Pilot - Featured

Michael Imperioli may be heading back to ABC. The Sopranos alum has signed on to play the lead in 187 Detroit, a new drama pilot that offers a real but sometimes humorous look at Detroit's top homicide division through the cameras of a fictitious documentary crew, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Imperioli will play Fitch, a smart, tough veteran detective known for his near-perfect record of closing cases and putting murderers behind bars. Imperioli most recently starred on another ABC cop drama, the short-lived Life on Mars remake. Source Here

Damages Snags The Sopranos' Dominic Chianese

Dominic Chianese - who memorably portrayed Uncle Junior on The Sopranos - is heading to Damages, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Chianese will appear in a multi-episode arc as Stuart Zedeck, a man associated with the Tobin family. The actor will first appear in the sixth episode and the Tobin family will play an important role in Patty Hewes' (Glenn Close) next case, according to Entertainment Weekly, which first reported the casting. Craig Bierko of Boston Legal fame will also appear in multiple episodes as a character connected to Arthur Frobisher (Ted Danson), EW reported. Damages' third season premieres Jan. 25 at 10/9c. Source Here
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