It returns in September!!!

‘Sopranos’ to Focus on Marriage
Tony and Carmela Soprano’s relationship will be at the heart of “The Sopranos” when the hit HBO series returns for its fourth season, series creator David Chase said.
The first year was about Tony and his mother, the second about Tony and his sister and the third about the Soprano children, Chase told the Television Critics Association on Friday.
“This season focuses on Tony and Carmela as a couple, on their marriage,” said Chase, who was generally tightlipped about what will befall the neurotic mobster, his therapist and his friends and relations starting in September.
The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will be addressed this season, said Chase.
Next season, the fifth, will be his last with the show, he said. He wouldn’t predict that the series will end, noting HBO holds the rights.
“I wouldn’t say it’s irrevocable. If they decide to go on, from a business standpoint, they could.”
James Gandolfini, who stars as Tony Soprano, made a sixth season with him on board sound unlikely.
“I started with him (Chase). I’d like to finish with him,” the actor said via satellite from New York, alongside Edie Falco. She co-stars as Carmela Soprano.
“Aye, aye. Same for me,” said Lorraine Bracco, who plays psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Melfi.