'The Sopranos' is hailed as one of television's essential dramas that have retained its popularity even after all these years.
The Sopranos is considered one of the best TV shows to ever exist and is also hailed as one of television's essential dramas. The crime drama series first came out in 1999, on HBO. It ran for six seasons and won multiple awards over the course of eight years. It follows the story of Tony Soprano, an Italian-American mafia head based in New Jersey, as he struggles to deal with his family and criminal life. This leads him to seek professional psychiatric counseling where he ends up confiding his affairs to his psychiatrist Jennifer Melfi.
The series has developed a cult following and even after years of its conclusion, has maintained its popularity. A prequel film for the show, The Many Saints of Newark, released today (October 1) both in the theaters as well as on HBO Max.
Every legend must start somewhere.— HBO Max (@hbomax) June 29, 2021
The Many Saints of Newark, a prequel to The Sopranos, will be in theaters and streaming exclusively on HBO Max October 1. pic.twitter.com/qn48MhI6r6
Fans have been able to dissect the show in much detail waiting for this spin-off. And as they say, the devil's in the details, which is what they believe helped the show achieve the popularity it enjoys today. Here are some tiny details that you may have missed in the show that some Redditor's have compiled to remind us of why there is more to the show than what meets the eye.