I was gonna order the Sopranos BluRay set from Amazon which is priced $80. Each time I’m ready to order it and think I’m ready to order it, the set keeps getting sold out. When they get some more copies in later, it keeps getting sold out. Really weird but understandable since the show is still extremely popular even after all these years. Even though the show was aired on HBO in the late 90’s, I’m sure the show is the most streamable show on Amazon Prime and HBO NOW.
Now that the new streaming service HBO MAX is here, I’m sure the show will be the most streamable on there too. The show is still a big hit and The Sopranos DVDs and BluRay sets are still selling pretty big.
The show is still so freakin’ popular that fans begged creator David Chase to create a sequel or a reboot but he says neither will happen. As a way to make fans happy, that sparked the idea for David Chase to create the prequel film “The Many Saints of Newark” which stars Michael Gandolfini who plays the young, Tony Soprano in it.
That prequel film to the Sopranos was in the works but it’s on hold right now ’cause of covid-19 so the film’s release date was pushed back even further which sucks. I’m looking forward to it, though. The film’s got an all-star cast with Ray Liotta, Corey Stohl and Jon Bernthal. The film will focus on the story of the 1967 riots that I’m sure was brought up in the TV show.
It was smart to cast Mike Gandolfini as the young Tony Soprano ’cause he looks exactly like a young Tony Soprano. Will Mike be able to nail Tony’s speaking voice? Probably. I’m sure he’ll knock it out of the park. While the prequel film will focus on the 1967 riots, I’m sure the film will lead up to the TV show like how the Dimeo family was formed and hopefully it’ll show how Tony and Carmella met. I’m sure the show will definitely show how Christoher’s dad, Dickie Moltisanti was killed since Dickie is featured in the prequel film. If the prequel film ever gets out, I’m sure it’ll be a box office smash. People still love the Sopranos even after all these years.
I’m dying to buy the boxset to the show, though. I want to add this show to my BluRay collection ’cause it’s one of those shows you can watch over and over. It’s an addicting show.
So last night, I started Season 3 of “The Sopranos” and they played another really cool song at the end of one of the episodes of that season.
It’s kind of like a techno and house kind of tune. The kind of stuff you would hear in a night club.
Pretty cool track. I’m not into techno and electronic music too much but I dig this song, though. I could dance to this one at a club for sure.
I know Davis Chase the creator of “The Sopranos” finally explained the controversial ending of the series. I refuse to read what he says ’cause keep in mind that I haven’t seen the whole show yet. I just finished Season 2 earlier this week and will get back to watching the rest of the seasons soon. I gotta catch up with “Game of Thrones – Season 4” and then I’ll move on to “Sons of Anarchy – Season 6 &7”. Then I’ll go back to “The Sopranos” after those two shows. My 1 month free subscription to HBO NOW will probably be expired by the time I get back to it but I don’t mind paying for the $14.99 monthly subscription. I’m planning on keeping HBO NOW anyways.
I don’t wanna read anything about “The Sopranos” online so I can avoid spoilers and shit, ya know what I mean? The question is, why would David Chase explain the ending now? Probably because of the new HBO NOW service that just came out. He figured that a lot more people are gonna watch “The Sopranos” on it. I’m sure that was the first show that most people started watching on it. “The Sopranos” is probably already the most watched show on HBO while I’m sure “True Blood” and “Sex and the City” would be close behind it.
“The Sopranos” is the only relevant show on there, in my opinion.
Actually, I could forget about watching “The Sopranos” on the Ipad and just buy the whole series on Blu-Ray, get the whole box set:
Maybe I’ll order that boxset if I ever win the Bingo jackpot again this Spring/Summer. I probably will.
It is amazing show so far, though. Definitely the best show in the history of TV.
So I just finished watching “The Sopranos – Season 2” earlier today and toward the end of Season 2 finale, they were playing this really incredible song that blew my mind. I never heard the song before so I looked it up online and the song was written by the Rolling Stones. I’m like, really? The singer didn’t sound like Mick Jagger at all. Then I realized it was Keith Richards singing the lead vocals in the tune. Sometimes Keith Richards does sing the lead vocals on some Stones songs. It is a beautiful song even though I’m not much of a Stones fan. This song “Thru and Thru” came from the “Voodoo Lounge” album. I’m actually thinking about getting that album for this song.
Before anyone accuses me of watching TV all day… I don’t. I usually watch TV at night but for “The Sopranos” I have been watching during the day though. I was just getting back in from a long walk to the gym to do my workout and walk back home so I’m not a lazy person at all if that’s what you’re thinking.
“The Sopranos” is such an epic show. I think it’s my favorite show in the history of TV. Really… I thank HBO for giving us the opportunity to watch their shows without having to pay for cable. What HBO did was pretty amazing despite their subscription price being a bit pricey. I’ll have no problem paying 14.99 a month, it’s no big deal to me.
Back to this song, I think it’s an amazing tune and might get the Voodoo Lounge album. “The Sopranos” do have the best soundtrack in TV history, in my opinion. Their song selections is good.
Well, I’ve been watching “The Sopranos” a lot on that HBO NOW streaming service for the Ipad and it’s real nice! I’ve already watched Season 1 of “The Sopranos” and I’m just at the very end of Season 2 already. Yeah, admittedly I’ve been doing a lot of binge watching on this show ’cause I was hoping to watch it all before the 1 month free subscription expired . I would watch like 4 episodes a night but admittedly it’s gonna take me a while longer to watch the whole show so it’s looking like that if I want to watch the rest of it, I’ll have to pay the subscription soon and I will. I think I’ll keep this service for a little while longer ’cause the only reason I wanted this service to begin with is to watch “The Sopranos”. A show I always wanted to see.
Yeah, I’m really loving this show. Tony Soprano is a bad ass and I love Steven Van Zandt’s character. I never realized that Steven Van Zant (who is well known as the guitar player for Bruce Springsteen) is such a good actor! Van Zandt is a talented actor… I’m blown away by his talent! “The Sopranos” is an addicting as hell show. It’s not just a mob drama… I view it as a comedy as well ’cause there’s a lot of hilarious scenes in it. James Gandolfini was a genius of an actor though. I’ve always respected the hell out of that man even before he passed. I was bummed when I heard about his passing.
Anyway, I should get back to watching, “Game of Thrones – Season 4” a season I haven’t seen yet… that way I can start watching Season 5 on there too. I love “game of thrones” and that’s another reason I wanna subscribe to HBO Now and will. Admittedly $14.99 a month is kind of pricey but I don’t think I’m gonna keep HBO NOW forever. I’m only gonna get it to watch certain shows and I also wanna watch that upcoming Kurt Cobain documentary “Montage of Heck” which is gonna be on there next month so I’m definitely gonna pay for it for another month.
“The Sopranos” is a masterpiece of a TV show. It’s definitely one of the best shows on TV of all time. Why did I start watching it so late?
What I love is how HBO NOW lets you pay for the subscription from Itunes so that means you get to use those Itunes cards. I don’t do credit cards hardly at all so when I need to get stuff from Apple, I use those gift cards you see in the store. I guess that’s why Apple sells them gift cards in the store so people can buy things for their devices who don’t have a credit card.
I’ll admit that I bought a lot of stuff from Apple… albums from Itunes, books, apps, etc. The Ipad is an addicting tool.