Sopranos co-stars Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa host the definitive Sopranos re-watch podcast. Michael and Steve follow the Sopranos series episode by episode giving fans all the inside info, behind the scenes stories and little-known facts that could only come from someone on the inside. Talking Sopranos also features interviews with additional cast members, producers, writers, production crew and special guests. Along with talking about the Sopranos, Michael and Steve will also share candid conversations about the entertainment business, their friendship and all the folks they’ve met along the way. This is a must listen for all Sopranos fans.
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This is it folks the final episode of Talking Sopranos….and what better guest than David Chase to wrap it all up. Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa ask David a whole list of questions that have come up during the podcast….Is there really anything... more
This week it’s the second Talking Sopranos Superfan episode! Before Michael and Steve take on that final scene, they wanted to know what you..the fans think. Seven incredible Superfans join the podcast to talk about Tony’s fate, Sopranos conspiracies... more
Michael and Steve welcome Steven Van Zandt (Silvio Dante) back to the Talking Sopranos podcast. Steven shares his feelings about the final season and his thoughts about Tony’s ultimate fate. He also reveals the reason why Silvio ended up in a coma at... more
Amazing podcast. Steve and Michael were amazing. Love the banter. This podcast will be timeless like the show itself
Well it’s all over. I’m sad to see that it has finished, but just like how I revisit the series I most certainly will revisit this gem of a podcast. Outstanding from beginning to end.
The problem with your suggestion that people that oppose your view should be open minded is always one-sided because your side is never open minded and always sticks together no matter what the view is or how much hatred you’re view is filled, that’s what you don’t understand. more
What a fun and fascinating podcast! I was looking for an upbeat alternative to news podcasts and Talking Sopranos filled that void perfectly. Mike and Steve have amazing rapport and do a deep dive into every episode with both abstract and concrete insights. The best part is the tone of admiration and respect they have for other actors, writers, producers, etc. As a professional artist, I am heartened to hear the behind the scenes triumphs and tribulations the hosts and guests share with the audi... more
Last guest you guys had on the Superfan really sucked. All you guys spoke about was her job and Buddha
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Talking Sopranos launched 2 years ago and published 92 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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