What you gonna do? It's hard to narrow down the highlights of James Gandolfini's indelible performance as Tony Soprano from all 86 episodes, but here are a few of the more memorable. RIP, T. Reading this on mobile? Click here to view video.
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15 Moments That Made The Sopranos The Greatest Show Of All Time
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15 Moments That Made 'The Sopranos' The Greatest Show Of All Time
Skip navigation! Story from TV Shows. The story of Tony Soprano James Gandolfini and his Family both literal and figurative has become so ubiquitous to our culture that it feels both banal and daunting to first-time viewers.
In the summer of , an American mafia drama called The Sopranos aired for the first time. It's only now, 20 years on, that we're able to fully assess the impact it has had on our cultural landscape, this TV show that changed TV for the better. Obviously, it paved the way for Walter White, Don Draper, Stringer Bell and all the other flawed examples of masculinity we came to expect as standard from our heavy hitting TV dramas. Before Tony Soprano, leading male characters on the small screen were fantasies: brave policemen, perfect Fathers, men whose actions and morals fitted neatly into cosy story arcs that repeated, week in week out.