The Sopranos

Craig Blankenhorn/HBO

When you consider the body count The Sopranos racked up over six spread-out seasons, you figure 10 pounds isn't too much dead weight to store in your living room.

The pioneering HBO series—every second of it—is headed to DVD later this year in the form of a 30-disc box set (which, incidentally, weighs 10 pounds).

In addition to all the Family drama, HBO Video is offering a host of extra features on two bonus discs, including an interview with Sopranos creator David Chase conducted by Alec Baldwin, 16 deleted scenes, commentary from castmembers (except for James Gandolfini, who didn't participate) and various making-of features.

To further appease those who already popped for each individual season, three soundtrack CDs compiled by Chase, who handpicked the music that closed out each episode, are also included.

The collector's edition goes on sale Nov. 11 and will retail for $399.99, which hopefully you've got stashed out in the yard somewhere in anticipation of this moment.

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