Thursday is the 14-year anniversary of “The Sopranos” ending.
The final episode of the hit show about Tony Soprano and his life as a crime boss and family man aired June 10, 2007 on HBO, and it will forever go down as one of the greatest endings ever. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters)
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14 years ago today the final episode of ‘The Sopranos’ aired.
The cut to black ending proved to be one of the most controversial TV endings of all time.
Is The Sopranos the greatest show of all time? And if not, what is? pic.twitter.com/Uc4fL4Ta9y
— LADbible (@ladbible) June 10, 2021
Why? It’s simple. It was arguably the greatest cliffhanger ever, but no resolution was coming. Was Tony dead or was he alive?
More than anything, “The Sopranos” was just a hell of a show. I watched it for the first time starting in February, and I finished this past March.
After being told for years and years to watch it, I finally did, and I loved it. Everything about “The Sopranos” was awesome.
Tony was a family man torn between taking care of his wife and children and being a crime kingpin. It’s hard to believe the finale aired 14 years ago.
14 years Today — RT for The Sopranos final episode “Made in America.” June 10, 2007 pic.twitter.com/lwu4JCcS2P
— The Sopranos Club (@TheSopranosClub) June 10, 2021
If you haven’t already seen it, I can’t recommend it enough. Fire it up on HBO immediately, and thank me later!