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    David Chase Eulogizes James Gandolfini: 'I tried to write a traditional eulogy, but it came out like bad TV'

    James Gandolfini's funeral was held this morning at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York. Among the mourners were his "Sopranos" castmates as well as the show's creator, David Chase, who offered a eulogy for his friend and colleague.

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    Remembering James Gandolfini: 10 Great Roles

    When James Gandolfini passed away yesterday at the age of 51, he left behind a storied acting career dominated by an iconic TV role but also including plenty of notable films under great directors like Spike Jonze and the Coen brothers. In honor of Gandolfini's work on the small and big screens, we ...

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    What Are the Best Written TV Shows of All Time? The WGA Announces Its Top 101 Picks

    Following up on their 2006 list of the 101 Greatest Screenplays, the Writers Guild of America have decided to celebrate the highest level of quality in the television medium by announcing its list of the 101 Best Written TV Series.

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    Discuss: Is 'The Sopranos' The Best Written Show Of All Time? The WGA Thinks So

    You've heard it time and again over the past few years or so, but we're living in a pretty great time for television. While of course HBO and AMC are leading the charge, with a fantastic slate of original programming, bringing talent and budgets that give big screen movies a run for their money, eve...

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    20 Years of TV: How HBO Paved the Way for Television to Be Taken Seriously

    Any look at the artistic renaissance in television would be incomplete without HBO. From its start in 1972, its status as a premium cable channel afforded HBO permission to say those famous seven words you can't say on standard TV, as well as more graphic violence and nudity.

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    New York Film Festival Review: David Chase's Directorial Debut 'Not Fade Away' Pays Homage to an Era, Without a Purpose

    Relishing the sights and sounds of the early '60s with a self-indulgence that makes "Mad Men" look restrained, "The Sopranos" creator's feature debut reaches for a grand statement and instead simply channels nostalgia. Using a typical coming-of-age mold, Chase turns cultural ephemera into formula.

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    The Cast of 'The Sopranos' Will Reunite For a Nickelodeon TV Movie

    Apparently, it takes a kiddie flick to get the mob back together -- James Gandolfini (who played Tony Soprano, natch), Michael Imperioli (Christopher Moltisanti), Steve Schirripa (Bobby Bacala), Tony Sirico (Paulie Walnuts) and Vincent Curatola (Johnny Sack) are now all slated to make appearances in...

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    Lilyhammer: Take the Gun, Leave the Sheep's Head. Silvio Goes to Norway

    As Frank “The Fixer” Tagliano, a mob guy who has crossed too many people, Steven Van Zandt looks and sounds exactly like Silvio Dante, his character from The Sopranos, right down to the giant pompadour and petulant lower lip. The similarity is intentional and for a short time a prob...

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