“The Sopranos”

Drea de Matteo attends the world premiere of two new episodes of HBO's 
"The Sopranos" on March 27, 2007, at Radio City Music Hall in New York . De 
Matteo is pregnant with her first child, her publicist, who didn't provide 
further details, said Monday, May 14, 2007. (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)
In this photo supplied by HBO "Sopranos" actors John Ventimiglia, left, 
Dominic Chianese, center and Steven R. Schirripa share a laugh while going 
through a copy of "The Sopranos: The Book" at the HBO Shop in New York, 
Wednesday, May 23, 2007. The books contains photos, interviews and trivia for 
the popular HBO mob series. The final two episodes of "The Sopranos" will air 
in June. (AP Photo/HBO, Dave Allocca) This 1999 photo, supplied by HBO, shows a younger-looking James Gandolfini 
,who plays mob boss Tony Soprano, in an episode from the first season of the 
HBO cable television mob series, "The Sopranos." Sunday night, June 10, 2007, 
concludes the show's eight years of mob maneuvering, metaphor-laden dream 
sequences and mad exclamations of "Marone." (AP Photo/HBO Anthony Neste) In this photo, released by HBO in 2007, James Gandolfini portrays 
Tony Soprano in a scene from one of the last episodes of the HBO dramatic 
series "The Sopranos." (AP Photo/HBO, Craig Blankenhorn) This undated file photo, originally released by HBO in 2006, shows Michael 
Imperioli, left, and James Gandolfini, cast members of "The Sopranos" cable 
television series. Imperioli's character became the latest victim on the show 
when Gandolfini's character finished him off in the episode which aired 
Sunday, May 13, 2007. (AP Photo/HBO, Barry Wetcher) In this photo provided by HBO, New York Jets head coach Eric Mangini and 
his wife, Julie, are shown in a fictional restaurant on the set of HBO's "The 
Sopranos" that aired Sunday night, June 3, 2007. (AP Photo/HBO) Sue "Soprano Sue" Sadik, the self-proclaimed number one fan of the 
television series, "The Sopranos," and namesake of the Web site 
Sopranosuessightings.com, poses outside Holsten's old-fashioned ice cream 
parlor in Bloomfield, N.J., Thursday, June 7, 2007, where some of the last 
scenes of the series were shot. The final episode of the HBO series will be 
shown Sunday, June 10. (AP Photo/Mike Derer) This undated photo, supplied by HBO, shows James Gandolfini, right, 
playing Tony Soprano, and his shrink, Dr. Jennifer Melfi, played by Lorraine 
Bracco, during a fourth season episode of "The Sopranos." Therapists seem to 
have been among the biggest fans of the show. Now real life therapists are 
concerned by events in the penultimate episode last weekend.(AP Photo/HBO) Actor James Gandolfini, right, and David Chase, creator of the HBO 
television series "The Sopranos," pose together after a panel discussion at 
the Writers Guild in Beverly Hills, Calif., March 31, 1999. Gandolfini 
portrays New Jersey mob boss Tony Soprano in the series, which concludes in 
June 2007. (AP Photo/Jill Connelly) In this undated photo, released in 2007 by HBO, James Gandolfini portrays 
Tony Soprano in a scene from one of the last episodes of HBO's "The 
Sopranos." (AP photo/HBO, Craig Blankenhorn)