I'm watching these videos now that are critical discussions about "The Sopranos", and television in general, how shows get made, why things are the way they are, and so on. The first couple of videos focus on the last episode of The Sopranos, but the discussion gets broader as it goes on. A lot of is really interesting, and I've learned a lot that I didn't know before. If you don't like or didn't watch "The Sopranos", it also discusses a lot of other shows as well, some just mentioned, some in detail ("Breaking Bad", "Louis", etc. -- even "The Simpsons", "Cheers", and "Archer" are mentioned). I'm on the last video (they are kind of lengthy), but I thought that they may be of interest. I don't necessarily agree with everything, but it's still fascinating to watch. http://www.rogerebert.com/mzs/cut-to-black-the-sopranos-and-the-future-of-tv-drama-table-of-contents And darn it, the last episode (of the discussion, not of "The Sopranos") is poorly edited -- don't worry, the discussion sounded like it was ending, but they kind of screwed it up.