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05:30

'The Sopranos' Takes One Last Hit

HBO's long-running hit The Sopranos returns this Sunday, with the first of nine episodes that will wrap up the mob drama. Guest host David Bianculli weighs in on the final act of this widely acclaimed series.

24:04

Joseph Gannascoli

Actor Joseph Gannascoli played mob captain Vito Spatafore on The Sopranos — until Vito, like so many other characters in six seasons, got whacked. Offscreen, Gannascoli wrote a crime novel, A Meal to Die For, about a mob chef summoned to prepare a feast for a boss headed for the slammer. Rebroadcast from May 31, 2006

10:30

Actress Edie Falco

Actress Edie Falco plays Carmela Soprano, wife of Tony Soprano on the HBO drama The Sopranos. The role turned her from a relative unknown to a TV star. She's had roles on Law & Order and Homicide: Life on the Street. She starred in the independent films Judy Berlin, Trust and Laws of Gravity. This interview first aired October 5, 2001.

40:15

Dominic Chianese

Actor Dominic Chianese plays Uncle Junior on the hit HBO series The Sopranos. He been nominated for an Emmy. He had roles in TV shows such as Kojak, Law and Order, and films including Dog Day Afternoon, and The Godfather Part II. At the age of 70, he is now launching a singing career. His new album is called Hits (Madacy Entertainment Group). He brings his guitar to the studio.

11:20

Actor Michael Imperioli

He currently stars as Christopher in The Sopranos and has written some episodes. Imperioli also appeared in five Spike Lee films, and starred in, co-wrote and executive produced Lee's film Summer of Sam. Imperioli also appeared in the films Goodfellas, Malcolm X, Clockers, and Household Saints.

19:42

David Chase

Creator and executive producer of the HBO hit series The Sopranos, David Chase. The show has just begun its 3rd season. Rebroadcast from June 22, 2000.

14:34

Remembering Nancy Marchand.

We remember actress Nancy Marchand who died Sunday at the age of 71. Most recently she was best-known for playing the bitter mother of Tony Soprano in the HBO series “The Sopranos.” During the 1970s she played the newspaper publisher on the “Lou Grant” show. (interview with TV critic David Bianculli rebroadcast from 3/18/99)

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