We know what you did 15 years ago today.
Chances are, you were probably tuning into HBO to check out a new series called The Sopranos. What no one could anticipate at the time was just how much of an impact the series, created by David Chase, would change the television landscape, leading the medium into a golden age.
During its six-season run, which began on Jan. 10, 1999, The Sopranos won 21 Emmy Awards (including two wins for Outstanding Drama Series), and was nominated a whopping 112 times.
Sadly, Gandolfini, who won three Emmys and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of the mob boss, died in June 2013 at the age of 51 after suffering a heart attack. In a touching tribute at the 2013 Emmy Awards, his onscreen wife Falco remembered Gandolfini. "You all knew James Gandoflini the actor. I was lucky enough to know Jim the man for 10 years as his close colleague and life partner and for many more years as his friend," she said. "And it's Jim the man, the very dear man, that I will miss most of all."
Since The Sopranos went off the air, Falco, who won three Emmys during the show's run, found small screen success once again in the role of a drug-addicted nurse on Showtime's Nurse Jackie. Her work on the show scored her an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2009.
But what about Gandolfini and Falco's onscreen children? And all the beloved characters we lost during the gritty show's run? Find out what the cast of The Sopranos is up to these days, including NCIS' new leading lady and Sons of Anarchy's new series regular, with our latest Where Are They Now gallery below.