All good things must come to an end, and in this case The Sopranos jumped the shark with the first half of season 6. The Sopranos, apart from only a very slight dip in quality in the 4th season has been consistently amazing up till now. It's a shame too because the season starts with one of my favourite episodes, "Members Only". This episode sets up the season very well. Unfortunately too much focus is placed on a particularly weak story arc and the season feels pretty mundane in places. There are still some great scenes along the way but generally, this season is slow. It picks up towards the end, "Cold Stones" and "Kaisha" are both good episodes. Thankfully, the Sopranos redeems itself with the 2nd part of Season 6.
The Sopranos grabs you from the first scene and takes you on a rollercoaster of a ride that does,ent let you go, leaving you drooling for more. Season 6 is no exception, the shooting of Tony is a compelling story arch which is superbly played by James Gandofini and Eddie falco. The only downside is you see little of uncle junior and there seem,s to be no real cliffhanger at the end which i think is down to the fact that you being prepaered for the final chapter with takes place in season 6 part 2. Have have no doubt season 6 is building you up for a classic and memerable finsish.
Almost Every Episode is a piece of art, the direction is the best ever, the music heartbreaking in its piognancy. Depending on who you are you could consider this the best season of the sopranos ever or the worst. Either way its still the best show on television, the funniest, saddest most creative and dramatic show of all time. Features some of the greatest sopranos episodes ever with Members Only and Mr and Mrs Sacrimoni Request and Moe and Joe. Special mention to Edie Falco and James Gandolphini, the best actors to have ever graced the small screen.