25 beloved television shows we really miss

Cast members of NBC's comedy series "Friends." (Photo by Warner Bros. Television)
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(L-R) HBO Chairman and CEO Chris Albrecht, “The Sopranos” creator and executive producer David Chase, actor James Gandolfini and actor/comedian Ray Romano (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) /

The Sopranos

Does Tony Soprano survive, or does someone shoot him? Featuring one of the most frustrating ends to a television show ever, The Sopranos brought so many to the life and crimes of Tony and his family. Whether we miss the show or not, it wouldn’t be the same without James Gandolfini.

Unfortunately, the actor passed away while on a trip to Italy in 2013. Unless we want to revisit the Sopranos without Tony Soprano himself, we’ll just have to accept the end of the show as is. That being said, it doesn’t make our love of the show any less.

Reminiscent of films like Goodfellas, The Godfather, and really any Martin Scorsese classic, it’s an interesting and introspective look at Italian families and their interactions with each other while also, you know, being about the Italian mafia. The Sopranos taught us about the importance of family, loyalty, and understanding what the most important things in life are.

Despite there being very little potential for a revival or reboot, it’s still a show worth revisiting. While he wasn’t that great of a guy, Tony makes for an interesting character.

Just don’t end up on his bad side.

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Have a show that you really miss and even wish was still around? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what show you miss!