Today Warner Bros and HBO Max released the first official trailer for The Many Saints of Newark, the highly-anticipated feature film prequel to David Chase’s award-winning HBO drama series (and, frankly, one of the best TV series ever) The Sopranos.
One of the most influential Television shows of all time has been off the air for over a decade now. David Chase’s The Sopranos revolutionized the small screen in such a way that we are now experiencing a new Golden Age of Television because of it. Although we got six amazing seasons of Tony Soprano and his crime family, its creator is ready to head back to New Jersey. New Line has purchased the screenplay The Many Saints of Newark, the working title for a feature prequel of The Sopranos that is set in the 1960s.
Howdy, howdy! It’s about that time again, time for a TV News Roundup! We’ll find all the news that’s fit for print out in the world of television today and bring it to you in one nice neat package. Without further adieu, let’s get to it!
So, continuing on my rant about TV, I have decided to compile a list of THE 10 BEST SEASONS OF TELEVISION (in my lifetime). This is not the best shows, but single seasons that rung loud and delivered a lasting effect.
These are single seasons, out of longer runs. So shows that only ran for one season (Firefly, Terriers, Freaks And Geeks) wont be included. This is more where shows hit their peaks and why… Some possible spoilers ahead.