1999 • 13 Episodes
Season 1 of The Sopranos premiered on January 10, 1999.
In Season 1, feeling his handle on his family and his business slipping away, mob boss Tony Soprano suffers a series of anxiety attacks that land him in the office of a psychiatrist. Opening up to his shrink, Tony relates the details of his life as a “waste-management consultant,” and tries to come to terms with the professional and private strains that have brought him to the brink of a breakdown.
2000 • 13 Episodes
Season 2 of The Sopranos premiered on January 16, 2000.
His uncle's in jail. His mother's in the hospital. His best friend's still missing. His sister's moving home. His panic attacks are back. And his shrink refuses to see him. Tony Soprano has recently been elevated to the status of mob boss following a federal bust and as the second season picks up, Tony is under more stress than ever as he deals with the demands of his new position. Making matters worse, his long-lost sister Janice has arrived to take care of their ailing mother.
2001 • 13 Episodes
Season 3 of The Sopranos premiered on March 4, 2001.
In season three, the federal wiretap begins and Meadow goes to college. Tony faces challenges from some tough newcomers, such as hothead Ralph Cifaretto, New York crime boss Johnny Sack and a sexy car saleswoman.
2002 • 13 Episodes
Season 4 of The Sopranos premiered on September 15, 2002.
With Paulie in jail, Christopher becomes acting capo in season four. Junior faces a RICO trial while Tony finds that the recession affects his businesses. Meanwhile, Furio catches Carmela's eye, and Janice sets her sights on Bobby.
2004 • 13 Episodes
Season 5 of The Sopranos premiered on March 7, 2004.
In season five, a separated Tony and Carmela negotiate family and money issues. Meanwhile, Tony's reunion with paroled cousin Tony Blundetto may endanger his alliance with Johnny Sack; and Adriana gets in deeper with the Feds.
2006 • 21 Episodes
Season 6 of The Sopranos premiered on March 12, 2006.
As the final episodes take shape, Tony faces a myriad of stress-inducing crises at home, at work, and from the law. While his wife and children each make choices that promise to change the face of the Sopranos' domestic life, Tony also comes to doubt the allegiances of some of those closest to him at work . . . none of whom is above suspicion.