Warner Bros. In Talks With David Chase About A Sopranos HBO Max Prequel Series post The Many Saints!


Many fans had received The Sopranos Prequel, The Many Saints Of Newark with mixed reviews mostly due to its less of a climatic ending. But others such as us here at CritiX had a feeling that there was more up the sleeve of Writer and Director David Chase, when it came to the DiMeo family.


Deadline reports The creator of the hit James Gandolfini-fronted mob drama suggested that it could possibly even end up as a TV series for HBO Max.


Ann Sarnoff, CEO, Studios and Networks, WarnerMedia, told Deadline that the company was “thrilled” with the results of The Many Saints of Newark.

“We’re talking to David about a new series, Sopranos related, on HBO Max,”

she said.


Chase added that if he was to return to The Sopranos world, any such potential story would take place after the film, which is set in the late 1960s and 1970s and before the original series, which starts around 1998.

“There’s only one way that I would do it, and that was if Terry [Winter] and I could write the script together. That I would do.”

Sarnoff admitted that a final decision as to whether the project becomes a series or a feature film has not been made, but a Sopranos prequel series is an intriguing possibility.


Are you excited for a possible prequel series for The Sopranos post The Many Saints Of Newark?