The Sopranos Sessions
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To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the show's debut, Sepinwall and Seitz have reunited to produce The Sopranos Sessions, a collection of recaps, conversations, and critical essays covering every episode. Featuring a series of new long-form interviews with series creator David Chase, as well as selections from the authors' archival writing on the series, The Sopranos Sessions explores the show's artistry, themes, and legacy, examining its portrayal of Italian Americans, its graphic depictions of violence, and its deep connections to other cinematic and television classics.
- Hardback | 480 pages
- 163 x 236 x 39mm | 730g
- 22 Jan 2019
- Abrams Press
- New York, United States
- Black-and-white illustrations throughout
All legacies fade, but until David Chase's prediction for The Sopranos comes true - in I hope not for another few million years or so - Seitz and Sepinwall deserve to be part of that legacy." -- Den of Geek "Just as The Sopranos elevated the medium of television, Seitz and Sepinwall raise the status of TV writing to new heights." -- Library Journal "a must-read for any Sopranos fan" -- UPROXX "a hefty compendium containing detailed recaps of all the show's 86 episodes, along with contemporaneous clips of their original coverage and - most excitingly - 85 pages of new interviews with Chase" -- WBUR's The Artery "features seven in-depth interviews with series creator David Chase and the intelligent commentary on the series readers came to expect from authors Matt Zoller Seitz and Alan Sepinwall." -- The Star-Ledger
About Matt Zoller Seitz
Alan Sepinwall is currently the television critic for Uproxx.com. Prior to Uproxx and HitFix, Sepinwall spent fourteen years as a columnist for the Star-Ledger of Newark, New Jersey. His thoughts on television have appeared in the New York Times, Time, and Variety. He lives in New Jersey.
Laura Lippman, a New York Times bestselling novelist, has won every major mystery-writing prize in the United States and has been named of the "essential" female crime writers of the last one hundred years. She lives in Baltimore with her husband, David Simon.