The crowning achievement of the post-broadcast era, The HBO hit series The Sopranos is widely considered one of the greatest television series of all-time. Known for it's complex characters, multi-faceted story lines and ruthless crime violence, The Sopranos gained both critical and commercial success, drawing higher viewership than the major networks, despite being available to a fraction of the audience.
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