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Fuhgettaboutit! 'The Sopranos' Turns 20-Years-Old

By TheBlast Staff

Today marks 20 years since "The Sopranos" premiered on HBO and changed how the world viewed New Jersey forever.

On Wednesday the cast gathered at the SVA Theater in NYC to speak with the media about the lasting impact the show has had on their lives, and also to share memories of their late star, James Gandolfini.

The OG family members, including Edie Falco, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Robert Iler all attended, as well as loyal "family" members, Michael Imperioli, Steven VanZandt and Tony Sirico.


Even Pig Pussy came back from the dead to speak about his time on the iconic show, which ran for 6 seasons after debuting on January 10, 1999.

Lorraine Braco, who played Tony Soprano's therapist Dr. Jennifer Melfi, also joined the panel to answer questions from fans and the media.

As expected the entire cast was asked about the controversial ending, and whether the character of Tony was whacked before the end credits.

Keeping the same story, all the stars said they have no clue what the ending means or what actually happened.

Even after all these years ... they ain't snitching.

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