The Sopranos sessions / Matt Zoller Seitz & Alan Sepinwall ; [foreword by Laura Lippman].
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Covington Branch||791.4572 S712s 2019 (Text)||33126024407730||New Adult Nonfiction||Checked out||06/12/2019|
- ISBN: 9781419734946
- ISBN: 1419734946
- Physical Description: 471 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York : Abrams Press, 2019.
- Copyright: ©2019
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Foreword: You get what you pay for -- Introduction: It goes on and on and on and on -- Recaps -- The debate: Don't stop believin' you know exactly what happened at the end of The Sopranos -- The David Chase Sessions -- The morgue -- The eulogies.
A mobster walked into a psychiatrist's office ... No, it wasn't the start of a joke: it was the start of a program that changed TV history. By shattering preconceptions about the kinds of stories the medium should tell, The Sopranos launched our current age of prestige television. Television critics Alan Sepinwall and Matt Zoller Seitz were among the first to write about the series before it became a cultural phenomenon. To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the show's debut, they reunite to produce a collection of recaps, conversations, and critical essays covering every episode, as well as new interviews with series creator David Chase. They explore the shows artistry, themes, and legacy, examining its portrayal of Italian Americans, its graphic depictions of violence, and its deep connection to other cinematic and television classics.
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