The previous sequence co-stars host podcast “Talking Sopranos,” which seems to be again at each episode of the beloved David Chase-led mafia sequence. The podcast started in April 2020 with Imperioli and Schirripa reexamining the sequence with visitor stars starting from Lorraine Bracco to David Chase. The podcast concluded in December 2021 after 91 episodes a bestselling e-book, titled “Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral Historical past of ‘The Sopranos.’” An prolonged model of the podcast, together with a bonus episode on prequel movie “The Many Saints of Newark,” now debuts on Max.
Imperioli performed Christopher Moltisanti, the nephew and confidante of Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini), within the Emmy-winning HBO sequence. Schirripa later joined the forged as Bobby Bacala, Tony’s enforcer and later brother-in-law.
“Speaking Sopranos” options the hosts and particular visitors from the present’s forged and crew in spirited dialog breaking down each episode of the epic HBO drama. New specifically streamlined and edited video variations of the podcast, now together with clips from “The Sopranos,” can be found as a sequence on Max and below the extras tab of each corresponding “Sopranos” episode.
As well as, all 86 episodes of “The Sopranos” can have accompanying “Speaking Sopranos” episodes and a particular bonus episode for the movie, “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 “thriller venture,” as “The White Lotus” Season 2 star Imperioli revealed in October 2022.
“We’re writing a film collectively proper now for me and Steve Schirripa. It’s a thriller venture,” Imperioli stated of collaborating with Chase. “I can’t speak about it past that. David and I are writing it collectively. I can’t say what it’s about. However when it comes out, I’m gonna come right here. Earlier than anyone, I’m gonna come right here and speak about it.”
Chase has a five-year WarnerMedia deal, and shared that HBO executives had been on the lookout for him to create “one other sequence of ‘Sopranos’ from the time the film ends till the time the sequence begins” to bridge “Many Saints of Newark” with the beginning of “The Sopranos” set in 1998. On the time, Chase famous that the one means he could be open to the thought could be if Terence Winter co-wrote the script with him. HBO content material chief Casey Bloys later shut down the thought of a “Sopranos” revival.
Try the trailer for “Speaking Sopranos” beneath.