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Rae Allen, The Sopranos And A League Of Their Own Actress, Dies At 95

Rae Allen, a veteran actress across stage, television, and film, died peacefully in her sleep earlier today, according to Deadline. She was 95 years old. Over her lengthy career, Allen was nominated for the Tony Awards three times, ultimately winning the award in 1971 for Best Featured Actress in “And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little.”Rae […]

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Donald Glover Has High Praise for Malia Obama’s Work as a Writer on His Upcoming Amazon Show

Last week’s premiere of “Atlanta” Season 3 marked Donald Glover’s long-awaited return to television writing. The multi-hyphenate has kept busy with a variety of film and music projects in the four years since Season 2 of his hit FX show aired, but the return of “Atlanta” has reminded audiences why he is one of TV’s […]

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That Sopranos Super Bowl Commercial Was Made With The Help Of The Show’s Creator

The Super Bowl has a long history of featuring big budget commercials that are also “sequels” or playful nods to beloved shows and movies. Several years ago, Honda brought in Matthew Broderick for a “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”-themed spot. I also recall Kelsey Grammar reprising his role as the former Cheers regular and beloved radio […]

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Lady Gaga Looks Back on ‘Sopranos’ Acting Debut: ‘I Can See Exactly What I Did Wrong’

Long before she became an Oscar winner for Best Original Song for “A Star Is Born,” and now a possible Best Actress Oscar contender for “House of Gucci,” a teenage Lady Gaga starred in “The Sopranos.” She had a one-off guest role in the Season 3 episode “The Telltalle Moozadell” as “Girl at Swimming Pool […]

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‘The Sopranos’ Star Lorraine Bracco Didn’t Like Dr. Melfi’s Abrupt Exit: ‘That Was Rough’

[Editor’s Note: The following story contains spoilers for “The Sopranos.”]Fans of “The Sopranos” will recall the abrupt and rather unceremonious exit of Dr. Jennifer Melfi (Lorraine Bracco) in Season 6, Episode 20, “The Blue Comet.” After being berated by her colleagues at a dinner party, Dr. Melfi decides to sever ties with mobster Tony Soprano, […]

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12 Shows Like The Wire That Are Definitely Worth Watching

“The Wire” is one of the greatest television shows of all time. Alongside “The Sopranos” and “Breaking Bad,” this gripping exploration of the drug trade in Baltimore was a hallmark of the early stage of “peak TV,” in which networks like HBO and AMC proved they could tell compelling dramatic stories that matched (and frequently […]

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