Last week brought the shocking and tragic news that 'The Sopranos' star and all-around acclaimed actor James Gandolfini died suddenly of a heart attack while on vacation in Italy with his family. Today in Manhattan, thousands gathered for the funeral service at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, among them celebrities and 'Sopranos' alum, while series creator David Chase delivered a moving eulogy for the actor.
There's only eight episodes of 'Breaking Bad' left to go, and we're dying to know what's going to happen in the show's final hours, but yesterday's teaser and poster offered precious little insight into what will happen to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. The show returns on August 11, but will 'Breaking Bad' deliver a conclusive ending, or leave viewers as conflicted as 'The Sopranos' did?
There are immediate 'Game of Thrones' spoilers in the next paragraph. You have been warned.
In the latest episode of 'Game of Thrones,' Robb Stark's rebellion was put to a sudden and bloody end at the hands of the spiteful Walder Frey, the traitorous Roose Bolton and the crafty Lannister family. "The Red Wedding" saw Robb's pregnant wife stabbed to death and the King in the North shot full of arrows before being stabbed in the heart. However, the real kicker was the death of Robb's mother Catelyn, who had her throat cut after killing Frey's young wife.
It's the kind of scene you never forget, an event that will radically change the make-up of 'Game of Thrones' forever. There won't be a more memorable set of character deaths in 2013. How could someone top that?
As 'The Office' continues winding down in its final run of episodes toward the May 16 finale, its documentary format coming apart at the seams, a number of famous faces both old and new will continue to make their way through the halls of Dunder-Mifflin Scranton. The latest as we've learned is none other than 'The Sopranos' alum
Christopher Michael Imperioli! Find out what might make Imperioli put the hurt on Dwight Schrute for the final 'Office' episodes inside!
There are few shows that beg for your eye rolls more than The CW's 'The Carrie Diaries,' a non-canonical prequel to 'Sex and the City' that follows a young Carrie Bradshaw as a student in the '80s. Naturally, the best way for SNL to take that show on is to view it through the lens of another classic HBO show. And that brings us to the sketch embedded below, titled 'Sopranos High.'
Don't count your cannolis just yet, but it seems like HBO might have its most recognizable star
Tony Soprano James Gandolfini returning to the cable network that made him an icon. The former 'Soprano's' star has just signed on to become the lead in the pilot episode for 'Criminal Justice,' adapted from the 2008 Peter Moffatt BBC crime drama of the same name. However, will Gandolfini stick with the series if HBO decides to pick up the pilot?
Remember the good old days, of Christopher Moltisani high on drugs, shopping mobster movie deals, or just plain breaking kneecaps? Well, it looks like a change is in the wind for Michael Imperioli.