Uncertain end could bedevil 'Sopranos'

August 2007
Daily Variety;8/13/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 30, pA6
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The article reports that "The Sopranos" is dominating the drama series' writing category award in the Emmy Awards in the U.S. The dominance is an imposing achievement considering the competition. Three nominations may seem like overkill when there are other shows that could have been nominated. David Chase and his team of writers deserve the nomination.


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