A tv show review ritten by Lee Sonogan
The second season of The Sopranos begins on a less frothy, slightly more bitter note than the first, but the terrific midlife-crisis mob show continues to generate a buzz. – Joanne Ostrow, Rotten Tomatoes
Get your self a gun! I knew once I start the content would make me become hooked! All established characters start making interesting developments, new relevant people are introduced plus fresh locations including Italy. Twists and turn in continentality other than themed episodes make it already better than the first. More than Tony, by this season you get invested in the assortment of pressurized scenes and performances.
More cameos and different famous directors put their mark on specific episodes. That one with Christopher called D-Girl is an honourable mention as its all about movies. Then pushing tension since season 1, Pussay’s betrayal is more presented either end up going one way or another. Tony gets a sister who is there to stay and you appreciate Paulie more deliver more dark humour lines.
Slick transitions between different scenes and their connections, I always crack a smile. Still wholesome in family dramatic moments, that Italy episode made everything else more credible. Including the fictional Furio Giunta to be added to the plot. Jackie Aprile Jr. was sorta lame although Junoir and Ritchie Aprile make the conflict engaging overall.
Not doubling down on the improvement since this is being written after every season, the best stuff starts right here. Of course, I recommend it because it is over 8 over ten plus how memorable it truly is. Watch the video below if you want spoilers within the comments I made praising this year of the particular programming. Season 3 review already has some notes, time shall tell when I review all of this…
Bottom Line: Still TV’s top “family” drama – Terry Kelleger