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Michael Imperiali Brings Back ‘Talking Sopranos’ Podcast — Watch the Trailer

Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa ragged “The Sopranos” now on Max.

former series co-star host Podcast “Talking Sopranos,” who watches every episode of the beloved David Chase-led Mafia series. The podcast debuted in April 2020 with Imperioli and Schirripa re-examining the series with guest stars ranging from Lorraine Bracco to David Chase. The podcast ended in December 2021 after 91 episodes as a bestselling book titled “Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of ‘The Sopranos’.” Newark,” now starts on Max.

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Imperiali played Christopher Moltisanti, the nephew and confidante of Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) in the Emmy-winning HBO series. Schirripa later joined the cast as Bobby Bakala, Tony’s enforcer and later brother-in-law.

“Talking Sopranos” features hosts and special guests from the show’s cast and crew in spirited conversation breaking down every episode of the epic HBO drama. New specially streamlined and edited video versions of the podcast, now including clips from “The Sopranos,” are available on Max as a series and under the Extras tab of each respective “Sopranos” episode.

In addition, all 86 episodes of “The Sopranos” will feature a “Talking Sopranos” episode and a special bonus episode for the film, “The Many Saints of Newark: A Sopranos Story”.

Podcast co-hosts Imperioli and Schirripa are confirmed to be collaborating with “The Sopranos” creator Chase on a “mystery project,” as revealed by “The White Lotus” Season 2 star Imperioli in October 2022.

“We’re writing a movie together for me and Steve Schirripa right now. It’s a mystery project,” Imperioli said of collaborating with Chase. “I can’t talk about it any further than that. David and I are writing it together. I can’t say what it’s about. But when it comes out, I’m gonna be here. Before anybody else, I’m going to come here and talk about it.

chase is five year warnermedia deal, and shared that HBO executives are planning to create “another series of The Sopranos” to bridge “The Many Saints of Newark” with the debut of “The Sopranos”. Was looking to make a series, until the series starts. 1998. At the time, Chase noted that the only way he would be open to the idea would be if Terrence Winters co-wrote the script with him. HBO Content Head Casey Bloys Aftermath shut down The idea of ​​a “Sopranos” revival.

Watch the trailer for ‘Talking Sopranos’ below.

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