The Sopranos’ David Chase and Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner have both struggled in their recent big screen ventures. Maybe TV and film aren’t so similar after all?
You’ll finally feel like part of the show.
Une chose est sûre : ils sont très forts à HBO.
The star of CBS’ Bad Teacher has played her fair share of big, brassy roles, but she’s excited to take on any character — as long as she’s playing a strong, complex woman.
The deal announced Wednesday will make The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, The Wire, and other HBO shows available on Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Are you a cold-blooded monster like Tony Soprano, a pragmatic genius like Walter White, or just an oblivious, self-absorbed Hannah Horvath? There’s only one way to find out.
Meet me at the Bing afterwards to discuss your result.
LOST and Kanye West have way more in common than you’d think.
Life may seem empty without Breaking Bad, but rest assured there are plenty of other TV series to dive into. Though nothing can ever replace the now-departed AMC drama, the dozen show below should help start the healing process.
The late actor’s family also took part in the bittersweet opening of Enough Said, which co-stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
The news of Cory Monteith’s death shocked Glee fans — and it left them wondering, where does Glee go from here? Here’s how other TV series have dealt with the untimely passing of a cast member, and what Glee might do.
Audiences related to Tony because he was just like the rest of us. Apart from, you know, all the murders and stuff.
Holsten’s in New Jersey leave star’s seat ‘reserved’.
The Sopranos star, who died on Wednesday, was a perfect symbol for his home state.
Gandolfini, who died at 51, leaves behind an incredible legacy from his years as Tony Soprano.
Because she can’t always look like she got lost on the way to Cirque du Soleil rehearsals.
Let’s face it: cable and Netflix are A LOT cheaper than therapy. Here’s how to get your head vicariously shrunk from the comfort of your own couch.
Sepinwall’s new book, The Revolution Was Televised, looks back at the (very recent) golden age of the television drama. Let’s grill him!
The ladies of VH1’s “Mob Wives” ought to take a lesson from this fantastic supercut by the good people at WORN Journal.
James Gandolfini celebrated Halloween like any indifferent dad, ripping eyes into a cheap Homer Simpson mask and wearing it for about ten minutes.
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David Chase is back, everyone!
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Is serial slavish critical devotion to a revolving set of shows — from Sopranos to The Wire to Mad Men — a sign of the shallowness of our cultural discourse, or our deep need to connect?