Did Tony Soprano Die in the HBO Series Finale?

From left to right: Steven Van Zandt as Silvio Dante, James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano and Tony Sirico as Paulie Walnuts star in HBO’s hit television series, “The Sopranos” (Year 3). (Photo by HBO).

I get to host afternoons each weekday on The BONE as “Zakk”. It’s been my nickname for years and its much more simple to say and easier to pronounce than my birth name, Dominic Joseph Zaccagnini.

It’s not a requirement to be Italian to have enjoyed the HBO televised series The Sopranos. Millions watched throughout it’s 86 episode run that began on January 10, 1999, and concluded with controversy and drama on June 10, 2007. There is even a prequel film planned which would detail the background stories of the main characters. It was originally scheduled for a September release but is moved back to next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

But now 13 years after its finale we have a clue… or maybe a leak… as to what happened to the show’s main character Tony Soprano in the final scene. In an interview for the Soprano Sessions the creator of the show,. David Chase, was asked during the round table discussion, “When you said there was an end point, you don’t mean Tony at Holsten’s [the diner], you just meant, ‘I think I have two more years’ worth of stories left in me.’

David Chase replied, “Yes, I think I had that death scene around two years before the end … But we didn’t do that.”

The moderator immediately called him upon it and Chase realizing his admission responded, “F–k you guys!”

Read the story HERE

Watch the final scene here as it happened along with Journey “Don’t Stop Believin'”:






Watch Soundwaves TV #69 – Retro Junkies

Bay Area music legend Fee Waybill of The Tubes stops by (virtually) to discuss his five decades in the business and cool new solo album. Chasta, Dennis Willis, Steven Kirk and Morris Knight ask why there’s no school like the old school, and Chasta welcomes Enrique from the Walnut Creek venue Retro Junkie, to talk…

Greta Van Fleet Give Legendary Performance at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater

Frontman Josh Kiszka’s voice thrusts listeners into a time machine, nostalgia surging over you in the form of crunchy guitar riffs and vocal arpeggiations that oscillate from silky smooth lulls to rockin’ panther growls. Backed by brothers Jake Kiszka on guitar, Sam Kiszka on the bass, and friend Danny Wagner on the drums, the anachronistic quartet has started to garner deserved attention in the last three years.

Springsteen Says Deluge of Unreleased Music on the Way

In the interview Springsteen covered a lot of topics but the most exciting by far is the myriad of songs he has in a vault just waiting to be enjoyed by fans. On the list of work-in-progress projects includes full-length albums of said unreleased tracks, “lost albums” as he calls them.

Stay connected


Subscribe to The Bone's weekly eblast to get the latest on contests, events and exclusives from your favorite 107.7 personalities and artists.