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The Many Saints of Newark

The prequel to The Sopranos is swallowed by Big Tony’s shadow.

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The Many Saints of Newark is the prequel to The Sopranos, the neo-noir gangster TV series that brilliantly transcended the fossilized tropes of the genre. So how is it?

Meh. Not bad, but not that great either.

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