- Episode 01: Two Tonys
- Episode 02: Rat Pack
- Episode 03: Where's Johnny?
- Episode 04: All Happy Families...
- Episode 05: Irregular Around the Margins
- Episode 06: Sentimental Education
- Episode 07: In Camelot
- Episode 08: Marco Polo
- Episode 09: Unidentified Black Males
- Episode 10: Cold Cuts
- Episode 11: The Test Dream
- Episode 12: Long Term Parking
- Episode 13: All Due Respect
Actors Of "The Sopranos - Season 5"
Characters Of "The Sopranos - Season 5"
Creators of "The Sopranos - Season 5"
Critics Of "The Sopranos - Season 5"
Todd VanDerWerff AV Club
July 15, 2014 Season five of The Sopranos just might be my favorite. It combines the terrific character explorations of seasons two and four with the more thoroughly plotted arcs of seasons one and three.Read in Source
Matthew Gilbert Boston Globe
August 11, 2014 It was as rich an hour as fans could expect.Read in Source
Robert Bianco USA Today
August 18, 2014 For viewers, the good news is that this new story allows for an unusually strong influx of new Sopranos characters.Read in Source
Brian Lowry Variety
August 18, 2014 Worthy of most accolades showered upon it (which is saying something), the long layoff between seasons hasn't dimmed the show's status as one of TV's gems - a family drama like no other, imitated but unlikely to be equaled.Read in Source
Ken Tucker Entertainment Weekly
July 11, 2014 No, The Sopranos isn't the constant shock-of-the-new it once was; even its moments of abrupt, crazy violence are easily spotted. But there are still many scenes that are touching and devastatingly sincere.Read in Source
Oliver Wang PopMatters
August 15, 2014 Like any good soap opera, the series thrives on the pulsating polyrhythms of its multiple storylines.Read in Source
Alan Sepinwall Newark Star-Ledger
August 15, 2014 Overall, there were a focus and a consistency to this season that we haven't seen since the first year.Read in Source
Terry Kelleher People Magazine
July 11, 2014 There's Sopranos black comedy at its best.Read in Source
Tim Goodman San Francisco Chronicle
July 11, 2014 Although The Sopranos is arguably television's finest series -- and consistently works critics into a frothy, adjective-filled lather -- it is also complexly unpredictable and strangely misunderstood.Read in Source
Chuck Rudolph Slant Magazine
August 18, 2014 What makes The Sopranos an oasis in today's climate of declining entertainment standards from reality TV to theatrical features is that Chase's drama has never been tempted by complacency.Read in Source
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