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Enjoy this golden age of TV while it lasts

The Sopranos ushered in a renaissance for the small screen, latterly continued by Netflix et al. But the economic reality of running an entertainment business like Netflix will crunch hard — and soon. So enjoy this golden age of TV, while you still can.

<em>New York Magazine</em>'s Matt Zoller Seitz is your go-to guy for TV and film criticism and recaps. Plus he's besties with Wes Anderson. Worth a follow on Twitter ...

Follow Friday: @mattzollerseitz, creating the internet water cooler

New York Magazine's Matt Zoller Seitz is your go-to guy for TV and film criticism and recaps. Plus he's besties with Wes Anderson. Worth a follow on Twitter ...

James Gandolfini rose to stardom with his unforgettable performance in TV's <em>The Sopranos</em>. But the veteran character actor, who passed away this week, also did great things for cinema, writes <b>Luke Buckmaster</b>.

Vale James Gandolfini: the TV giant who gave us big cinema in small parts

James Gandolfini rose to stardom with his unforgettable performance in TV's The Sopranos. But the veteran character actor, who passed away this week, also did great things for cinema, writes Luke Buckmaster.

How can this member of the public not know what <em>Crikey</em> is? Ba-baaaam.

Media briefs: news is cheap … RIP Gandolfini … Labor poll lead? …

How can this member of the public not know what Crikey is? Ba-baaaam.

Starring Silvio from <em>The Sopranos</em> as Silvio, but not quite Silvio, new US TV show <em>Lilyhammer</em> is TV that isn't quite TV. Confused? <b>Dan Barrett</b> explains…

Lillyhammer — sort of TV, but not quite

Starring Silvio from The Sopranos as Silvio, but not quite Silvio, new US TV show Lilyhammer is TV that isn't quite TV. Confused? Dan Barrett explains…

Since <em>Hill Street Blues</em> in the '80s, commercial TV drama series have evolved from popular entertainment to popular art, argues <b>Richard Beck</b>. Shows like <em>The Sopranos</em>, <em>The Wire</em> and <em>Lost</em> have made TV acceptable intellectual fodder.

How TV shows became art

Since Hill Street Blues in the '80s, commercial TV drama series have evolved from popular entertainment to popular art, argues Richard Beck. Shows like The Sopranos, The Wire and Lost have made TV acceptable intellectual fodder.

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