Maybe the show’s opener is simply a beautiful introduction to characters and places you love. Maybe the theme song is *chef’s kiss.* Maybe it’s something you cannot quite put your finger on…
The performances are terrific, the evocation of the period striking, but it feels redundant, more GoodFellas-lite than The Sopranos, and with several TV seasons’ worth of story crammed in.
Models don’t get paid for editorial work? WTF?
Tony Soprano’s favorite cafe leaves the star’s seat “reserved.”
In the spirit of this hilarious Vatican-Dallas mashup…
First feature from The Sopranos’ David Chase! And it’s not about mobsters. Hmm.
Treachery! Murder! Dragon*spoiler*! Joffreyslapping!
If I wondered why HBO had any interest in staging a ten-episode Renaissance Festival, now I know: Game of Thrones is The Sopranos with beheadings. And lots and lots of boobies.
A most impressive entrance to Garyland, a home in Brondesbury Park, northwest London.
Apparently NCIS, the military cop procedural, is the most watched scripted show in the United States. I would not have guessed this if given a million guesses.